Frndly TV Adds Pursuit Channel And Waypoint TV But Removes Two Other Outdoor Channels

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Frndly TV has confirmed that Pursuit Channel and Waypoint TV have been added to the channel lineup. At the same time, however, Frndly TV has also removed Sportsman Channel and World Fishing Network.


The big selling point with Frndly TV is the price. In spite of its live TV packages starting at just $7.99 a month, Frndly TV subscribers get access to more than 45 live TV channels, including A&E, Hallmark, History, and Lifetime.

Now part of that list is Pursuit Channel, which offers access to hunting, fishing, shooting and other outdoor recreation programming. Along with Pursuit Channel, Frndly TV subscribers have also now gained access to Waypoint TV, a network dedicated to outdoor programming, including hunting and fishing.


While new channel additions tend to increase the overall number of channels available, that’s not happening today. Frndly TV is removing Sportsman Channel, a network dedicated to outdoor sports, including hunting and fishing, and World Fishing Network, a channel dedicated to fishing and the outdoor lifestyle.

Basically, Frndly TV has removed two outdoor-based channels and replaced them with two new ones. In announcing the channel additions and removals, Frndly TV explained that it understands the importance of hunting, fishing, and outdoor lifestyle programming in general, and that it hopes the two new channels will prove popular with subscribers.

Last month Frndly TV confirmed that it was increasing its MeTV programming through the addition of MeTV+. While that channel isn’t due to go live until later this week, Frndly TV subscribers should find they have access to Pursuit Channel and Waypoint TV shortly, if not already.

John Finn

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