Me-TV continues to operate as a broadcast television network, offering a lineup of classic television shows.
Me-TV, which stands for “Memorable Entertainment Television,” is a digital subchannel network that debuted in January 2011. It specializes in classic television programming from the 1950s through the early 2000s. Owned by Weigel Broadcasting, Me-TV is available nationwide and can be accessed via various cable and satellite providers, as well as on free-to-air broadcast stations with a digital antenna.
The network’s programming includes a mix of sitcoms, dramas, and westerns from the golden age of television. Some of the popular shows that have been featured on Me-TV include “M*A*S*H,” “The Andy Griffith Show,” “The Twilight Zone,” “Gunsmoke,” and “Star Trek.” Me-TV has found a dedicated audience among those who enjoy nostalgia programming, as well as new viewers who appreciate the charm and quality of classic TV shows.
Me-TV also offers themed programming blocks and special events, such as holiday-themed episodes and marathons of popular series. The network’s success has led to the creation of similar spin-off networks, such as MeTV+ and Decades, which is a joint venture with CBS Television Stations. Despite the changing television landscape with the rise of streaming services, Me-TV has maintained its presence as a beloved source of classic television entertainment.