Cable TV Channel Will Show Nothing But Star Wars on a Continuous Loop

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Sky Hits is a cable television channel in Germany and Austria. From December 1-14, it will show all 6 Star Wars movies, Star Wars documentaries, and specials on a continuous loop, 24 hours a day. The movies will air in the narrative order, so this glorious fortnight begins with The Phantom Menace. The documentaries and special videos will air between the movies.

Up to 3.8 million subscribers in Germany and Austria will have access to this event. So if you live in those two nations, it's time to ask for two weeks of vacation.

-via Uproxx

Most cable channels start with a handful of content on an endless loop. Then they slowly expand their catalog.

I remember AMC was playing Chain Reaction (1996) 4 times a day at one point back in the late 90s. Now they're barely even showing movies (the "M" in their name) and they've sucked the profits from all other basic-cable channels and dominate ratings.
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