TVS Buckboard Network.Com Starts a Sunday Block of Bonanza, the Night That Made Color TV

TVS Buckboard Network.Com Starts a Sunday Block of Bonanza, the Night That Made Color TV
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In the late 1950's, NBC developed the epic Bonanza series as a major effort to sell color TV sets for their parent company, RCA. For more than a decade, Bonanza and Sunday nights were linked. Now TVS brings Bonanza back to Sunday nights for binging.
ESSINGTON, Pa.: TVS Buckboard Network.Com, the 24/7 streaming post cable network that showcases classic Western TV shows, has scheduled multiple episodes of Bonanza to run on Sunday evenings. It was on Sunday evenings that Bonanza became a legendary TV landmark for NBC and RCA. The show was the first large-scale color classic and it did for color TV sales what Milton Berle did for black & white TV sales a decade earlier.

TVS Buckboard Network is one of 40 TVSMicroChannels.Com on the WatchYour.TV platform, powered by Tulix. Via apps from Google, Amazon, ROKU, Apple, and Web TV, TVS is available on all Mobile and IPTV devices as well as on Smart TVs in 85% of TV homes in the USA.

Other classic Westerns on TVS Buckboard Network include Rawhide, The Westerner, Cimmaron Strip, The Restless Gun, Wagon Train, Wyatt Earp, Jim Bowie, The Deputy, Bat Masterson, Sugarfoot, and Daniel Boone.

TVS also presents TVS Nostalgia Network  TVS Vintage Network, TVS Pinball Network,
TVS Quiz Show Network, TVS Hi Tops Network, TVS Front Page Detective Network, and TVS Cipher Network. Each is a 24/7 streaming post cable network featuring classic TV shows.

Six-channel bundles from TVS Sports, TVS Home Video, TVS Classic Movies, TVS Kids & Entertainment, and TVS Lifestyle Networks are on the WatchYour.TV platform.

All TVS programming is free to view and ad-supported. TVS AdSales.Com, headed by Jerry Wolff, handles TVS sponsorship, paid programming, and native advertising opportunities. TVS AdSales.Com is located in New York, Los Angeles, Atlanta, and Miami.

TVS Television Network was founded in 1960 and is the 4th oldest commercial broadcast TV network in the USA.