Comet, Charge! & TBD Add More Sci-Fi, Action & Original Content




Last week, Comet, Charge!, and TBD shared an announcement that all three would be getting an update with more programming. The channels, which are available for free OTA in many areas, can also be accessed through the free streaming service STIRR. The new content arrived on the channels earlier this week.

Comet, the science-fiction focused channel, has added Battlestar Galactica (2004), Quantum Leap, Sliders, and Rod Serling’s Night Gallery to its lineup. The channel continues to be a free source of sci-fi fan favorites and cult classics, now with even more content.

Charge!, which focuses on action and adventure programming, is now offering the mega hits Magnum PI and Knight Rider to audiences, bolstering an already impressive lineup that includes CHiPS, and Walker, Texas Ranger. Charge! will also now air marathons of the first five installments of America’s favorite fighter with the Rocky film franchise each weekend throughout April.

Finally, TBD, a channel that offers internet-based series and other digital content, will soon air TBD’s first-ever original series, The Link. The show will feature host, influencer and parkour athlete Lorena Abreu as she brings viewers some of the most hilarious viral videos. The Link will premiere tomorrow, April 11.

“We’ve built the Sinclair brand on the promise of providing audiences with high impact, high quality programming across all of our outlets,” said Sinclair President and CEO Chris Ripley. “By adding these proven and popular fan favorites to our free to air entertainment channels we’re continuing to deliver on that promise.”

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