Fetch TV partners with Discovery Networks for two channels

Discovery Channel and TLC join Fetch Knowledge pack

Aussie Gold Hunters

• Discovery Channel and TLC join Fetch Knowledge pack
• Nat Geo People no longer available from March 1, but Nat Geo and Nat Geo Wild continuing

Fetch TV has announced the addition of Discovery Networks’ leading male and female channels – Discovery Channel and TLC – to the Fetch channel lineup.

From March 1, Discovery Channel will be available in the Fetch Knowledge Pack (17 channels for $6/month) and TLC in the Fetch Variety Pack (10 channels for $6/month). Both channels will also be available in the Fetch Ultimate Pack (49 channels for $20/month).

Also on March 1, Nat Geo People will cease broadcast in Australia and will be removed from the Fetch Knowledge and Ultimate Packs. National Geographic Channel and Nat Geo Wild will remain as part of the Fetch channel lineup.

Scott Lorson, CEO of Fetch TV, said; “Since its inception in 1985, Discovery Channel has been a flagship channel in the factual entertainment space. We are delighted to add Discovery Channel and TLC to the Fetch content lineup, as we continue to offer Australian subscribers unparalleled value and choice with 49 leading channels available for only $20 pm, along with the option to choose from four $6-per-month ‘skinny’ channel packs.”

Key programming on Discovery Channel includes Gold Rush, Fast N’ Loud and Deadliest Catch.

On TLC programming includes Say Yes to the Dress, My 600lb Life and 90 Day Fiancé.

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