After FilmNet turned 24 hours, they began very good and then after some time they changed their main channel to FilmNet+. Then at the end of their lifetime in Scandinavia before they became Canal+ they changed the main channel back to FilmNet but with a much worse design. FilmNet should
On 27 August 1989 TV 1000 was born using one of the sixteen transponders on Astra 1A, the very first Astra satellite. This channel was then part of Scan Sat Ltd London, which also owned TV3. So, TV3 was used a lot from the very beginning to promote TV 1000.
This is a gem from the time when FilmNet just had changed their name to FilmNet+. When they did, they also put together this excellent bumper promo from 1993. It was really fantastic and it gave you the feeling that the new era for FilmNet was here! Excellent Bumper Promo
In the time before FilmNet became a 24-hour premium TV channel. The channel name was ATN FilmNet. At the start, FilmNet only broadcasted from 17.00 to 01.00. But after a while. FilmNet changed their style and they became the very first TV channel in Europe to actually broadcast 24 hours