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Yes TV (stylized as yes TV) is a Canadian television system owned by Crossroads Christian Communications, consisting of three stations located in the Greater Toronto Area, Calgary, and Edmonton, and two partial affiliates in Newfoundland and Victoria, British Columbia. Formerly known as the Crossroads Television System (CTS), the three stations air a lineup consisting predominantly of Christian faith-based programming, such as televangelists and Crossroads' flagship program 100 Huntley Street. During the late-afternoon and evening hours, Yes TV broadcasts secular, family-oriented sitcoms, game shows, and reality series; the system's September 2014 re-launch as Yes TV emphasized its newly acquired Canadian rights to a number of major U.S. reality series, such as American Idol and The Biggest Loser.

Outside of the three Yes TV stations, the system has also syndicated its acquired programming to other Canadian independent stations.

TriviaEdit

  • Jeopardy! has aired on Yes TV since 2014.

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