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Factory, Peter Rodgers Organization, and SFM Entertainment, as well as John Di Sciullo (the distributor of Off Beat Cinema); compared to its competition, public domain series continue to compose a large portion of the schedule.
As of March 2017, Retro TV is carried on 97 affiliates and translators across the United States, covering 60% of the country's DMA households.
Jodelle Ferland (Harmony), Alexis Kellum Creer (Flora), Crystal Lowe (Mardola), David Richmond-Peck (Toran), Patrick Gilmore (Genii Soldier), Richard Stroh (Genii Soldier), Adam Lolacher (Genii Man), Jerry Penacoli (Genii Warrior) Colonel John Sheppard and Dr.
Rodney Mc Kay visit one of their favorite planets, where they toast a long-time trading partnership.
They have a younger sister named Harmony, who they introduce to Sheppard and Mc Kay.
With their mother the Queen having recently died, Harmony is the heir to the throne — but before she can be crowned, she must pass a dangerous test and trek a day’s walk into the forest, to the Temple of Laros.
By June 2011, when Retro's distribution agreement with NBCUniversal Television Distribution ended, the network adjusted its schedule to feature programming from other distributors (such as I Spy and Starsky and Hutch) and public domain programs (such as early episodes of The Beverly Hillbillies), as well as low-cost Canadian barter programs (such as Cold Squad and Da Vinci's Inquest) and reality and documentary programming (including Crusade in Europe and Crusade in the Pacific).
and alternately below as Retro for brevity) is an American broadcast television network that is owned by Luken Communications.
The network mainly airs classic television sitcoms and drama series from the 1950s through the 1980s, although it also includes more recent programs from the 1990s and 2000s.
The network previously had major content deals with CBS Television Distribution until July 2008, and NBCUniversal Television Distribution (whose programming agreement began after the deal with CBS ended) until June 2011.
Retro's current programming roster draws from various distributors including the BBC, Genesis International, Shout!
Retro also featured a Saturday morning block of vintage cartoon programming.