Sky TV has announced they are rebranding one of their movie channels.
As of June 1, MGM will become known as Sky Movies Classics. It will continue to air the same array of films from the MGM library as it has done so for the past 13 years but with new additions from other studios included also.
Sky’s Director of Entertainment Programming, Travis Dunbar said the changes will add significant value to SKY Movies subscribers.
“When Sky Movies Classics launches in June, we humbly believe that it will offer a more varied movie experience. In many cases there will be films that have never played on New Zealand television or haven’t for decades including content from legendary filmmakers such as Stanley Kubrick, Sam Peckinpah, Alfred Hitchcock, John Ford and John Boorman,” he said. Continue reading »