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Any plans for Robert Rodriguez's El Rey Network?
Edited by Semichrist on Mar 10, 2014 at 12:28:02 PM

I've been seeing commercials for a From Dusk till Dawn TV series starting up on the El Rey Network. Unfortunately, that doesn't currently appear on U-Verse's channel listing. From what I can tell, it is currently available on Time Warner, Comcast, and Direct TV. I would love to see this network added soon!

I've been seeing commercials for a From Dusk till Dawn TV series starting up on the El Rey Network. Unfortunately, that doesn't currently appear on U-Verse's channel listing. From what I can tell, it is currently available on Time Warner, Comcast, and Direct TV. I would love to see this network added soon!

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Edited by davidbk on Jan 7, 2016 at 1:51:29 PM

Semichrist wrote:

I've been seeing commercials for a From Dusk till Dawn TV series starting up on the El Rey Network. Unfortunately, that doesn't currently appear on U-Verse's channel listing. From what I can tell, it is currently available on Time Warner, Comcast, and Direct TV. I would love to see this network added soon!


Here is their website:  http://www.elreynetwork.com/

 

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Semichrist wrote:

I've been seeing commercials for a From Dusk till Dawn TV series starting up on the El Rey Network. Unfortunately, that doesn't currently appear on U-Verse's channel listing. From what I can tell, it is currently available on Time Warner, Comcast, and Direct TV. I would love to see this network added soon!


Here is their website:  http://www.elreynetwork.com/

 

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I really wan el rey network
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I really wan el rey network

Make your request here:  http://uversechannels.att.com/

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Edited by dhascall on Mar 29, 2014 at 6:24:07 PM

Semichrist wrote:

I've been seeing commercials for a From Dusk till Dawn TV series starting up on the El Rey Network. Unfortunately, that doesn't currently appear on U-Verse's channel listing. From what I can tell, it is currently available on Time Warner, Comcast, and Direct TV. I would love to see this network added soon!


Welcome! Don't be a stranger on the forums.

 

I have not heard much (if anything) on this channel.  I did look at Wikipedia on it and there is a very important point.  It is only fully carried on Direct and only in SD.  For Comcast and TWC, it is carried in select markets only.   Three major players only and only one, that is all in.  

 

IMHO, this channel may need to get some clout before AT&T offers it.  That being said, the Latino population is growing.......


Semichrist wrote:

I've been seeing commercials for a From Dusk till Dawn TV series starting up on the El Rey Network. Unfortunately, that doesn't currently appear on U-Verse's channel listing. From what I can tell, it is currently available on Time Warner, Comcast, and Direct TV. I would love to see this network added soon!


Welcome! Don't be a stranger on the forums.

 

I have not heard much (if anything) on this channel.  I did look at Wikipedia on it and there is a very important point.  It is only fully carried on Direct and only in SD.  For Comcast and TWC, it is carried in select markets only.   Three major players only and only one, that is all in.  

 

IMHO, this channel may need to get some clout before AT&T offers it.  That being said, the Latino population is growing.......

*The views and opinions expressed on this forum are purely my own. Any product claim, statistic, quote, or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider, or party.

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dhascall wrote:

Semichrist wrote:

I've been seeing commercials for a From Dusk till Dawn TV series starting up on the El Rey Network. Unfortunately, that doesn't currently appear on U-Verse's channel listing. From what I can tell, it is currently available on Time Warner, Comcast, and Direct TV. I would love to see this network added soon!


Welcome! Don't be a stranger on the forums.

 

I have not heard much (if anything) on this channel.  I did look at Wikipedia on it and there is a very important point.  It is only fully carried on Direct and only in SD.  For Comcast and TWC, it is carried in select markets only.   Three major players only and only one, that is all in.  

 

IMHO, this channel may need to get some clout before AT&T offers it.  That being said, the Latino population is growing.......


What does the Latino population have to do with this channel coming to uverse? It's in english, unless the movie being shown was not made in english. It's a channel for cult movies, cheesy horror, and various other genres. Check it out  http://www.elreynetwork.com    And to top it all of, Robert Rodriguez is in charge of it. Can't really get any better than that. I would have this chanel on all the time to watch the cheesy goodness.


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Semichrist wrote:

I've been seeing commercials for a From Dusk till Dawn TV series starting up on the El Rey Network. Unfortunately, that doesn't currently appear on U-Verse's channel listing. From what I can tell, it is currently available on Time Warner, Comcast, and Direct TV. I would love to see this network added soon!


Welcome! Don't be a stranger on the forums.

 

I have not heard much (if anything) on this channel.  I did look at Wikipedia on it and there is a very important point.  It is only fully carried on Direct and only in SD.  For Comcast and TWC, it is carried in select markets only.   Three major players only and only one, that is all in.  

 

IMHO, this channel may need to get some clout before AT&T offers it.  That being said, the Latino population is growing.......


What does the Latino population have to do with this channel coming to uverse? It's in english, unless the movie being shown was not made in english. It's a channel for cult movies, cheesy horror, and various other genres. Check it out  http://www.elreynetwork.com    And to top it all of, Robert Rodriguez is in charge of it. Can't really get any better than that. I would have this chanel on all the time to watch the cheesy goodness.

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dhascall wrote:

Semichrist wrote:

I've been seeing commercials for a From Dusk till Dawn TV series starting up on the El Rey Network. Unfortunately, that doesn't currently appear on U-Verse's channel listing. From what I can tell, it is currently available on Time Warner, Comcast, and Direct TV. I would love to see this network added soon!


Welcome! Don't be a stranger on the forums.

 

I have not heard much (if anything) on this channel.  I did look at Wikipedia on it and there is a very important point.  It is only fully carried on Direct and only in SD.  For Comcast and TWC, it is carried in select markets only.   Three major players only and only one, that is all in.  

 

IMHO, this channel may need to get some clout before AT&T offers it.  That being said, the Latino population is growing.......


What does the Latino population have to do with this channel coming to uverse? It's in english, unless the movie being shown was not made in english. It's a channel for cult movies, cheesy horror, and various other genres. Check it out  http://www.elreynetwork.com    And to top it all of, Robert Rodriguez is in charge of it. Can't really get any better than that. I would have this chanel on all the time to watch the cheesy goodness.


Uh the part of their business plan that says "an English Language channel aimed at the Latino population....."


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dhascall wrote:

Semichrist wrote:

I've been seeing commercials for a From Dusk till Dawn TV series starting up on the El Rey Network. Unfortunately, that doesn't currently appear on U-Verse's channel listing. From what I can tell, it is currently available on Time Warner, Comcast, and Direct TV. I would love to see this network added soon!


Welcome! Don't be a stranger on the forums.

 

I have not heard much (if anything) on this channel.  I did look at Wikipedia on it and there is a very important point.  It is only fully carried on Direct and only in SD.  For Comcast and TWC, it is carried in select markets only.   Three major players only and only one, that is all in.  

 

IMHO, this channel may need to get some clout before AT&T offers it.  That being said, the Latino population is growing.......


What does the Latino population have to do with this channel coming to uverse? It's in english, unless the movie being shown was not made in english. It's a channel for cult movies, cheesy horror, and various other genres. Check it out  http://www.elreynetwork.com    And to top it all of, Robert Rodriguez is in charge of it. Can't really get any better than that. I would have this chanel on all the time to watch the cheesy goodness.


Uh the part of their business plan that says "an English Language channel aimed at the Latino population....."

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I was at a freinds house. He has TWC and has El Rey network. I got him to put it on for a little bit. More comercials than TV in the 30 min we watched. In fact, we forgot what we were watching there were so many comercials.

I was at a freinds house. He has TWC and has El Rey network. I got him to put it on for a little bit. More comercials than TV in the 30 min we watched. In fact, we forgot what we were watching there were so many comercials.

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I would like to see the El Rey Network added too.

I would like to see the El Rey Network added too.

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Ugh can I delete a post? Well I had el Rey network, when I had twc. It's just aimed at " Latinos ". It's aimed at anyone that likes Kung fu, action movies (80's, cult classics, b-movies). Robert Rodriguez (machete, dusk to dawn, desperado). Even produced a mini series of Dusk to Dawn for the channel (great casting, good production values, sponsored by Chevy, so you see all new models of chevys & every commercial, lol, whatever pays the bills). I usually record all my shows & fast forward all commercials, so no biggie. 😝 He has a new series called Matador premiering soon. So come on people vote for this channel as we pay for our service. Which the same as other carriers, we should get all the content,We derserve.
Ugh can I delete a post? Well I had el Rey network, when I had twc. It's just aimed at " Latinos ". It's aimed at anyone that likes Kung fu, action movies (80's, cult classics, b-movies). Robert Rodriguez (machete, dusk to dawn, desperado). Even produced a mini series of Dusk to Dawn for the channel (great casting, good production values, sponsored by Chevy, so you see all new models of chevys & every commercial, lol, whatever pays the bills). I usually record all my shows & fast forward all commercials, so no biggie. 😝 He has a new series called Matador premiering soon. So come on people vote for this channel as we pay for our service. Which the same as other carriers, we should get all the content,We derserve.

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Ugh can I delete a post? Well I had el Rey network, when I had twc. It's just aimed at " Latinos ". It's aimed at anyone that likes Kung fu, action movies (80's, cult classics, b-movies). Robert Rodriguez (machete, dusk to dawn, desperado). Even produced a mini series of Dusk to Dawn for the channel (great casting, good production values, sponsored by Chevy, so you see all new models of chevys & every commercial, lol, whatever pays the bills). I usually record all my shows & fast forward all commercials, so no biggie. 😝 He has a new series called Matador premiering soon. So come on people vote for this channel as we pay for our service. Which the same as other carriers, we should get all the content,We derserve.

Only the moderators can delete a post. Hopefully, they will see your two false starts, and delete those two posts.

 

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capone214 wrote:
Ugh can I delete a post? Well I had el Rey network, when I had twc. It's just aimed at " Latinos ". It's aimed at anyone that likes Kung fu, action movies (80's, cult classics, b-movies). Robert Rodriguez (machete, dusk to dawn, desperado). Even produced a mini series of Dusk to Dawn for the channel (great casting, good production values, sponsored by Chevy, so you see all new models of chevys & every commercial, lol, whatever pays the bills). I usually record all my shows & fast forward all commercials, so no biggie. 😝 He has a new series called Matador premiering soon. So come on people vote for this channel as we pay for our service. Which the same as other carriers, we should get all the content,We derserve.

Only the moderators can delete a post. Hopefully, they will see your two false starts, and delete those two posts.

 

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