fetv (abbreviation for Family Entertainment Television) is an American broadcast television network that is owned by Family Broadcasting Corporation. Marketed as "satellite and cable network featuring classic and inspirational programming the whole family can enjoy", the network airs a variety of classic television programs from the 1950s through the 1980s, along with religious and televangelism programming.[1]

TypeBroadcast television network (classic TV series)
Sloganreal. family. entertainment.
Headquarters61300 Ironwood Rd.
South Bend, Indiana 46614
OwnerFamily Broadcasting Corporation
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Fetv is available on DirecTV,[2][3] Dish Network,[4] Verizon Fios, Frontier Communications, AT&T U-Verse, and some Xfinity systems, including Chicago and Baltimore, giving the network a reach of 49 million households.[5][6]


Programming on fetv includes[1] Peter Gunn, The Partridge Family, Hart to Hart, Perry Mason, Barney Miller, Matlock, Maude, One Day at a Time, The Bob Newhart Show, Hazel, Bewitched, I Dream of Jeannie, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Roy Rogers Show, The Flying Nun, Father Knows Best, Designing Women, Sergeant Preston of the Yukon, Lassie, The Monkees, Route 66, The Lone Ranger, and T.J. Hooker.


  1. ^ a b "About". FETV - Family Entertainment Television. Retrieved 2018-06-15.
  2. ^ Swann, Phillip. "DIRECTV Adds FETV, Newsmax Channels". www.tvpredictions.com.
  3. ^ "Family Entertainment Television Live Stream - Watch Shows Online - DIRECTV". www.directv.com.
  4. ^ "FETV TV Channel on DISH Network - GoDish.com".
  5. ^ Miller, Mark K. (2018-02-06). "FETV Adds Comcast In Chicago, Ups Subs To 49M". TVNewsCheck.com. Retrieved 2018-02-26.
  6. ^ "AT&T U-verse® TV Channel Guide & Lineup - Find Your Favorite Shows". www.attsavings.com.

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