June 29, 2016
A&E is known for reality series such as The First 48, Storage Wars and Duck Dynasty. It also broadcasts a limited amount of scripted programming, including original series Bates Motel.
In its original format, the network had often shown programming from abroad, particularly BBC network productions from the United Kingdom. Examples of British programming frequently broadcast on the channel included the documentary Freud. However, the broadcast of British programming on A&E has diminished greatly since it began incorporating more reality shows onto its schedule. For example, the network waited almost a year and a half to show the fourth series of Spooks, retitled as MI-5, first airing it after prime time on Friday nights at 11 p.m. Eastern, before pulling the series after only two episodes, it later aired the rest of the season’s episodes in a day-long marathon on October 21, 2006.
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