Hot Choice

Hot Choice is a pay-per-view service that mainly airs adult content. It is run by In Demand Networks and is carried on some cable television systems.

Hot Choice
Owned byIn Demand Networks
(Comcast/Cox Communications/Charter Communications)
CountryUnited States
Formerly calledViewer's Choice II (1988-1993)
Sister channel(s)In Demand
Available on most cable systemsConsult your cable provider


Hot Choice was launched in 1988 as Viewer's Choice II; the channel retained the "Viewer's Choice" name until February 1993, when it was rebranded as "Hot Choice".[1][2][3] The service had initially aired a diverse mix of comedy and action/adventure movies geared towards mainly teenagers and adults (essentially, feature films with an MPAA rating of "PG-13" or higher) that were carried over from its sister network Viewer's Choice/In Demand; and adult-oriented programming at night.

In late 1999, Hot Choice began leaning towards more "R"-rated films; more adult programming began being distributed throughout its daily schedule until 2000 when Hot Choice adopted a mostly adult programming format. During that period, some of the cable systems moved this channel to their digital cable tiers or removed it from their listings altogether. In September 2001, Hot Choice had changed their format to featuring only softcore adult programming.[4]

See also


  1. ^ About iNDemand
  2. ^ C Band lolistings 1988 Archived 2011-04-02 at the Wayback Machine Retrieved February 24, 2011
  3. ^ Hot Choice Gets Off To A Sizzling Start, Multichannel News, May 10, 1993. Retrieved February 24, 2011 from HighBeam Research.
  4. ^ In Demand Makes Hot Choice Hotter.(erotic television channel to change format to soft-core pay-per-view services) - Multichannel News
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