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Sunday, November 13, 2005 


'Welcome Back Kotter', 'Chico and the Man', 'Growing Pains'....yeah

Still, very nice move by AOL IMO:

AOL to Have Reruns on Demand:

America Online Inc. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. are planning to put thousands of episodes of once-popular television shows like "Welcome Back Kotter" and "Chico and the Man" on the AOL.com Web site, where high-speed Internet users can view them for free.

The new In2TV service is set to launch in January and will include episodes of more than 100 shows.


Eric Frankel, president of domestic cable distribution for Warner Bros., said In2TV would launch with interactive games and six channels: LOL, the laugh-out-loud comedy channel; Dramarama; Heroes and Horrors; Rush, with "Kung Fu" and other action programming; and Vintage, which will feature "F Troop," the once-popular western "Maverick," and "Growing Pains," in whose later episodes starred a young Leonardo DiCaprio.

"What we are finding is that everyone who is a big movie star started on television and had recurring or cameo roles," Frankel said in an interview. "We have 4,800 episodes available during the first year." Two additional channels are in the works, he said, adding that computer users would have immediate access to new puzzles, trivia games and ways to interact with the programming itself.

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