Sony Movie Channel Adds New Content

Posted: Mar 29 2011, 8:10am CDT | by , in News | Home Entertainment

Sony Movie Channel Adds New Content

Manday Mondays and double feautures on Friday

Sony has announced that it is ramping up its Movie Channel with some new programming including some original programs. Sony Movie Channel has new online and interstitial content initiatives that include an online interactive trivia game and robust online destination called Cinephiles.

"Our new programming and web initiatives make the Sony Movie Channel a unique and interactive entertainment destination," said Superna Kalle. "Sony Movie Channel is committed to providing the highest quality experience and a vibrant community for movie lovers."

Among the new programming blocks that will debut on April 1 are Friday Features with premium movies from the channel in a double-feature format airing back to back. The first showcase will have Richard Pryor content with "Here and Now" and "Live at the Sunset Strip."

On the following weeks the double features will include "The Blue Lagoon" & "Return to the Blue Lagoon", "Memento" & "Pollock", and "Big Fish" & "The Counterfeiters". Along with the Friday double features will come Monday Mandays starting on April 4. These flicks will be action, adventure, and comedy genres aimed at guys.

Mandays will start with "Johnny Mnemonic" (starring Keanu Reeves) and "Sniper" (with Tom Berenger). There will be lots of other flicks coming on Mandays Mondays too. The original program will air first on April 10 and is called Reel 6. The program is between shows apparently and will have behind the scenes footage and other exclusive content. The behind the scenes footage will be from some of the flick showing on the channel.

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