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Fangoria Developing Own TV Channel


Fortunately, you read that headline correctly -- America's #1 horror magazine is indeed developing a 24-hour television channel, which surprisingly will debut sometime this month. This splendid news basically came out of nowhere last week, and was a little odd considering the Horror Channel had plans to debut some type of Fangoria-themed show as part of their programming. As far as the status of the relationship between Fango and the Horror Channel now, I think it's safe to say that they've gone their separate ways, though nothing has been confirmed just yet. No worries, though--this just gives horror fans yet another outlet to anticipate. It seems we are living in a day and age when anybody can start up a TV channel (it seems to be the latest trend--not just in horror, either), but hey, the more horror on TV we can get, the better!

For more information on Fangoria TV, be sure to check out the official website at http://fangoriatv.com

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