|Picture format||1080i (HDTV)|
|Slogan||Movie Studio. Movie Network.|
|Replaced by||AMC (Latin America)|
MGM HD is an all high-definition television cable network. It features movies from the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer library of approximately 1,200 movies mastered in a high-definition-compatible format. The network exists largely because MGM does not have to pay to license their own films, and (with a few occasional exceptions) the schedule is composed mostly of second-tier and less-popular films that are not wanted or licensed by other major networks and movie channels. The films are usually presented uncut and in their original aspect ratio, although some films are edited for content for daytime viewing and commercial breaks are often added during peak viewing hours.
It is available via AT&T U-verse, DirecTV, Dish Network, Time Warner Cable, Verizon FiOS, Mediacom, Optimum TV and Frontier FiOS in the United States. MGM HD was removed from the Comcast channel lineup in February 2019.
In the United Kingdom and Ireland, MGM HD launched on 14 December 2009 on the Sky satellite service. The channel was run in joint partnership with British Sky Broadcasting. On 27 April 2011, the channel was added to UPC Ireland's lineup. On 16 January 2014, MGM HD ceased broadcasting in the UK and Ireland. MGM continued to be available on the UPC (rebranded to Virgin Media Ireland in 2015) service in Ireland on channel 326 until it was removed in January 2018.
MGM has also announced plans to bring MGM HD to Israel via the Tel-Ad service on Israel's DTH satellite platform.
In Latin America MGM HD was replaced by AMC.
MGM HD offers programming similar to the MGM Channel which is available in 110 countries.
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