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Kanal 2 is a privately owned Estonian television channel. Its literal name in English is "Channel 2".

Kanal 2
Kanal 2 logo.svg
Launched 1 October 1993; 24 years ago (1993-10-01)
Owned by Eesti Meedia[1]
Audience share 15.7% Increase (September 2012, TNS Emor)
Country Estonia
Broadcast area Estonia
Headquarters Tallinn, Estonia
Sister channel(s) Kanal 11, Kanal 12
Website www.kanal2.ee
Availability
Terrestrial
Digital terrestrial Multiplex 1[2]
Satellite
Viasat Channel 2
Cable
Starman Channel 2
IPTV
Elion Channel 2

It began broadcasting on 1 October 1993.

Contents

ProgrammesEdit

The list might not reflect the current lineup of television shows.

TV seriesEdit

Shows for kidsEdit

Current rerunsEdit

Own programmingEdit

  • Heeringas veenuse õlal (Eel on the shoulder of Venus)
  • Jumal tänatud, et sa siin oled! (Thank God You're Here)
  • Kodutunne
  • Krimi
  • Kuldvillak (Estonian version of Jeopardy!)
  • Köök
  • Meie aasta Austraalias (Our Year in Australia)
  • Radar
  • Reporter (daily news program)
  • Reporter+ (weekly news program)
  • Rooli võim
  • Saladused (Secrets)
  • Subboteja
  • Naabriplika (Estonian comedy-drama show)
  • Pilvede all (Estonian drama show)
  • Siberi võmm (Estonian crime show)
  • Ühikarotid (Estonian teen drama)(Kanal 2 shows currently reruns)

Other current foreign programmingEdit

(not necessary shown in primetime slot)

Foreign daytime showsEdit

FORMER PROGRAMMINGEdit

Former Daytime programmingEdit

Former Sitcoms and light comediesEdit

(not necessarily shown in primetime slots)

Former Primetime and night time series and reality showsEdit

Former Own programmingEdit

Old shows (discontinued)Edit

Previously shown seriesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Eesti Meedia Buyout Confirmed, Observers Expect Maintaining of Status Quo"
  2. ^ "Levira digital broadcasting programs" (PDF) (in Estonian). Levira. 5 May 2009. Archived from the original (PDF) on 6 March 2009. Retrieved 8 May 2009. 
  3. ^ Ratsapolitseinik kolib koos koeraga metsast Chicagosse. Postimees. 2 February 1999. Archived 19 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine.

External linksEdit