Santa María (TV channel)
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Signing on at the end of the 1990s, the station offered a mix of "family-friendly" programming, including cartoons (Superbook, Looney Tunes...), sitcoms (Sabrina, The Teenage Witch, Full House), dramas (Moonlighting), movies (Alive!, Indiana Jones, The Lion King...), telenovelas, newsmagazines (20th Century with Mike Wallace), educational and science shows, plus religious programs, mostly from EWTN.
The station signed on somewhere between 10am and noon, and signed off at midnight. After closing, a picture of Virgin Mary stayed all night long on screen, with choral music in the background. Around 2001, the channel suspended broadcasting, returning in 2002 with all religious programming from EWTN. Current programming includes EWTN all day long, aside from a few local shows (Por amor a tí, Padres de familia, etc.).
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