Fox Latin America

Fox Latin America

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Canal FOX is the Latin American version of the American channel FOX. It was launched on October 15, 1993. The channel is mainly oriented towards family audiences, unlike its sister channel FX. Though it is a Spanish-talking channel, the shows are referred to they original name (except for The Simpsons).

The channel joined to the worldwide premiere of The Walking Dead, which premiered in November First, 2010. To promote the series, the channel joined the Zombie Invasion Event.

After the final episode of the first season of The Walking Dead, Fox released the uncensored version of the first episode; this is not the first censored episode (mostly all of them, due the excess of violence, through is a family channel).

In December 2010, the channel started using the RTC ratings (Radio, Televisión y Cinematografía) in Mexico.

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The show Rescue Me, instead airing in the channel FX Latin America, was moved up to Fox. This include: Family Guy, American Dad!, The Cleveland Show and The Good Guys, that were moved up to FX.

(*) Shows currently Off of Air/Waiting for new season.

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Mega Weekend Fox

Mega Weekend Fox (stylized as Mega WKND FOX) is a weekend block in which the most popular series of Fox Latin America are aired as The Simpsons, Glee (dubbed in Spanish), followed by a movie.

¡No Molestar!

¡No Molestar! (Do not Disturb!) is a prime time block that started in 2005. It airs reruns of Futurama and The Simpsons. The block replaced "Domingo......
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