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SKY launches JONES! too

SKY is excited to welcome brand-new channel JONES! too to its basic tier channel line-up from July 1.  JONES! too will showcase even more iconic telly favourites from the 1960s to the 1990s with every weekend offering a marathon of classic content, dedicated to a TV icon or celebrated series.
Rachel Thomson, SKY’s Manager of General Entertainment Channels says the new channel has been the result of overwhelming customer feedback.
“There’s been an enormous amount of positive sentiment around the JONES! brand since the 2013 launch and the channel is consistently amongst SKY’s most watched. Being able to offer an even wider selection of nostalgic and escapist classic content to our customers, on JONES! too, is a no-brainer.”
JONES! too will launch on Saturday 1 July at 10am and will be available to all SKY domestic customers as part of the basic subscription at no extra cost.
When the original JONES! channel launched in 2013, it quickly became a favourite with SKY customers who willingly embraced the opportunity to revisit iconic television and unforgettable characters. JONES! too will give customers even more opportunity to indulge in a nostalgic viewing experience and allow them to handpick from a wider selection of content.
Premiering to celebrate the launch of JONES! too will be perennial 80s favourites The Golden Girls, Moonlighting and The Greatest American Hero, together with 70s hit One Day at a Time. A new feature of the schedule will be weekend marathons of fan favourites such as The Good Life, Frasier, Mission: Impossible, Jeeves & Wooster and Columbo.
JONES! too launch programming at a glance

  • New content includes The Golden Girls, Moonlighting, One Day at a Time, Private Benjamin and The Greatest American Hero
  • Iconic library content includes Frasier, MacGyver, The Love Boat, Laverne and Shirley, Get Smart and Hart to Hart
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5 Responses

  1. Sally

    How about some of the brilliant Aussie shows, like the Sullivans, the flying doctors and a country practice.

  2. Anil

    I was going to dump sky because of rubbish like viceland and tlc but this might change my mind. Bring back the classics and lose the crap – you might keep some viewers.