TNT Series

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TNT Series
TNT Series Logo 2016.png
Launched March 10, 2015 (Argentina)
March 17, 2015 (Latin America)
April 24, 2015 (Brazil)
Owned by Turner Broadcasting System Latin America
Picture format 480p (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Country Latin America and Caribe countries
Language Spanish
Portuguese (only in Brazil feed)
English (available in SAP with translated continuity)
Broadcast area Latin America, including Brazil (different feed)
Headquarters Atlanta, USA
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Replaced Infinito (Latin America)
Glitz* (Brazil)
Sister channel(s) TNT
Warner Channel
Cartoon Network
TBS Very Funny
CNN en Español
CNN Chile
Esporte Interativo (Brazil)
Chilevisión (Chile)
Website Latin America
DirecTV (Latin America) Channel 213 (SD)
Channel 1213 (HD)
SKY (Mexico) Channel 221 (SD)
Dish (Mexico) Channel 205 (SD)
Vivo TV (Brazil) Channel 99 (SD)
Oi TV (Brazil) Channel 141
Claro TV (Brazil) Channel 143 (SD)
Channel 643 (HD)
Cablevisión (Argentina) Channel 49 (SD)
Claro TV (Colombia) Channal 48 (analogue)
Channal 612 (digital)
Claro TV (Chile) Channel 133 (SD)
NET (Brazil) Channel 643 (HD)
VTR (Chile) Channel 40 (SD)
Channel 768 (HD)
TNT Series logo used from 2015 until November 30, 2016.

TNT Series is a Latin American television channel dedicated to television series, the station is operated by Turner Broadcasting System Latin America,. It is the sister channel signal to TNT which was launched in Argentina on March 10, 2015, as a replacement channel Infinito, whose programming was moved to channel truTV, while for the rest of Latin America was launched on March 17, 2015 and whose programming was moved to channel Glitz*, while for Brazil was launched on April 24, 2015.[1] It is available through cable, satellite television and IPTV in the pay television packages of DirecTV Latin America, SKY México, Dish México, Vivo TV, Oi TV, Cablevisión (Argentina) and Claro TV.




  1. ^ Wording (April 15, 2015). "Novo canal TNT Séries estreia nas operadoras Oi, Vivo, GVT e Algar/CTBC". Retrieved April 25, 2015. 

External links

  • Official website (in Spanish)
  • Official website (in Portuguese)
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