Suddenlink and Viacom Negotiations

Please visit SuddenlinkOnYourSide.com for information about our negotiations with Viacom for channels like MTV, VH-1, and others.

Fans Bid Farewell to ‘Futurama’

After 13 years and three network homes, “Futurama” concluded with last night’s farewell episode.  TV.com created a salute to the long-running animated series, “Saying Goodbye to Futurama: Our 10 Favorite Episodes.”

You can still catch your favorite episodes, including the finale, on Comedy Central.

Comedy Central is available to most Suddenlink customers who have what is commonly known as Expanded Basic TV service.

Cable Offers Fresh Summer Fare

Are you already tired of summer reruns?  Cable offers plenty of new programming tonight.  Here’s a sampling:

New seasons of “Hot in Cleveland,” “The Exes” and “The Soul Man” begin on TV Land.  On TNT, season three of “Franklin & Bash” premieres. A fresh season of “Futurama” starts on Comedy Central.

You can catch new episodes of “Melissa & Joey” on ABC Family, and both “Royal Pains” and “Necessary Roughness” on USALifetime will air its newest special, “John Walsh Investigates: Abduction in the Heartland.”

To see a complete list of TV programming available in your area tonight, visit My Suddenlink and enter your zip code.

Cable Networks Shine at Primetime Emmy Awards

Cable networks had a strong showing at last night’s Primetime Emmy Awards. Of 26 awards presented, 17 went to cable programs and individual actors on cable shows.

HBO led the way with six awards, including four for miniseries “Game Change.” Showtime captured four Emmys, all for its drama series “Homeland.” FX won three awards, including two for comedian Louis C.K. Kevin Costner and Tom Berenger each won for their performances in History Channel’s “Hatfields & McCoys.“ Comedy Central (“The Daily Show with Jon Stewart”) and AMC (Aaron Paul in “Breaking Bad”) rounded out the cable network winners.

FX, History Channel, Comedy Central and AMC are available to virtually all Suddenlink customers who have what is commonly known as Expanded Basic TV service.

USA Today has a complete list of winners.

Suddenlink2GO Brings TV to You

Watch more than 200,000 movies, clips and shows from 300-plus networks on your computer or laptop at Suddenlink2GO.com.

You can also take many of the channels you love on the go with your iPad®, iPhone®, or Android device.  Enjoy favorite shows on TBS, TNT, BET, MTV, Comedy Central, Spike, Nickelodeon, VH-1 and more.  Visit the Suddenlink Apps page for a full list of participating networks and devices.

Customers who do not have a Suddenlink online account can set up one by visiting suddenlink.net, selecting the “Not Registered? SIGN UP NOW” option — found next to the Log In link on the right side of the page — enter the account number and access code from their Suddenlink bill, and follow the registration instructions.