TV Land

TV Land is a American cover television station that’s owned by Viacom thorough its Viacom Global Entertainment Group. Originally consisting exclusively of classic television shows, the channel now airs a composite of classic and recent television show (including the 1960s to the 2010s), original scripted show, and limited theatrically released films. The network is headquartered at One Astor Plaza in Nyc.
TV Land is available to approximately 90 million households in the United States.

TV Land started at 8:00 pm Eastern Time on April 29, 1996, and was initially called Nick at Nite’s TV Land to provide reassurance to new viewers of that was supporting the channel. The first program to broadcast on the community was Love, American Style, and also the incident entitled”Love and the Happy Days”, which had later been recycled as the pilot episode for its 1974-1984 ABC sitcom Happy Days. The phrase”TV Land” (plus a variant,”television land”) was in popular parlance because the late 1950s to refer to the screening audience; early examples of its use included on The Honeymooners and The Rocky and Bullwinkle Showclips along with clips of the usage of the phrase in the two shows were utilized in the system’s early promos. The phrase was then used by Nick at Nite in the 1980s because the title of this fictional place where the channel received its classic programming block, and has been utilized in slogans such as”Nick at Nite: Hello Out There From TV Land!” For much of that decade. Nick at Nite quit in order to prevent audiences from confusing the two stations using the expression in its branding attempts seventeen months after the TV Land network established.