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AMC Networks is set to replace A&E by Blaze across Spain’s main pay-TV platforms.

nani blaze 13 apr 2018Starting on 18 April, Blaze will be added to the line-ups of Movistar+, Vodafone TV, R, Euskaltel and Telecable in place of A&E. However Orange TV, which wasn’t distributing A&E, won’t be delivering AMC Networks either.

The HD channel, which is produced by The History Channel though a joint venture between AMC Networks International Southern Europe and A+E Networks, has been available in the UK since 2016 and in Italy since 2017.

Mainly targeting an adult male audience, the pay-TV network presents the stories of everyday heroes through a comprehensive catalogue of factual shows and docu-realities.

“Launching Blaze in Spain strengthens our commitment to deliver the best non-fiction series and content. This TV channel targets the needs of a specific kind of audience and has the support of its previous success across Europe,” said Carolina Godayol, GM, The History Channel Iberia.