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what happens to the style channel?

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I tried to switch to the Style network and something called esquire channel what kind of mess is that?

 

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Style Network has been rebranded as Esquire Channel and the programming changed.

Some of the Style Network shows may be on E!, Bravo, or Oxygen.

 

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Esquire channel is awful!!!  

Have I missed something....all we get is Sex in City. Ridiculous!  What is the purpose of Esquire?

Does some higher power plan on improving that channel.

Did Style channel move or close down?  

Geesh I tell ya

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Style Channel as it used to be no longer exists.

Esquire is geared more to urban younger men

As posted above some of the programming from the Style Channel may be or may not be found on those other channels. A lot of the return for those shows is dependent on the production companies that made them I guess.

 

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Where did the Style Network go?  No way will I watch Esquire.

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commanguy wrote:

Style Channel as it used to be no longer exists.

Esquire is geared more to urban younger men

As posted above some of the programming from the Style Channel may be or may not be found on those other channels. A lot of the return for those shows is dependent on the production companies that made them I guess.

 


 




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