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Rewind Networks has launched HITS and HITS Movies on Medianet, the largest pay-TV and cable operator in the Maldives. 
HITS Yes Minister 6Sep2021

Said Sandie Lee, executive vice president of Rewind Networks: “We are excited to announce our partnership with Medianet, Maldives to bring our channels, HITS and HITS Movies, to their subscribers. With increase in demand for quality content and Rewind Networks’ programming offerings carefully tailored and curated to showcase the best of TV shows and movies from the 1960s to the early 2000s, the alliance works in both companies’ best interests.

“We look forward to entertaining more viewers in the Maldives with their favourite shows and movies in never seen before quality.”

Zihuny Rasheed, content and product development executive at Medianet, added: “Subscribers today are more aware and discerning; they seek quality content that is tailormade according to their liking and we believe that Rewind Networks’ channels bring just that to the table. We are confident that HITS and HITS Movies will be a huge value addition to our audience at Medianet.”

HITS shows classic TV programmes from a wide collection of genres, including comedies such as M*A*S*H, The Lucy Show, I Dream of Jeannie, Bewitched; dramas including Murder, She Wrote and Columbo; British classics like Sherlock Holmes and Yes, Minister (pictured) and other-worldly shows such as Charmed.

HITS Movies celebrates the best blockbuster films from the 1960s to the 2000s, including dramas such as Erin Brockovich, Free Willy and Outbreak; comedies such as Back To The Future, White Chicks and Twins; thrillers including Lethal Weapon, Hard Target and Black Hawk Down; horror like Scream, Poltergeist and Scary Movie; and classics like The Last Samurai and The Wizard of Oz.