Getting TNT east while living on the west

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nxtflmartyr

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I noticed this last night while trying watch a movie at the same time as my friend, who has cable. The cable guys get everything 3 hours after I do, so I am supposing the TNT on cable is set for western time zones, while what I have is set for eastern time zones.

Is there any way to have this changed, or do they have a tnt east/west as they do for disney+nick? Thanks.
 
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nope. Most of the stations that satellite have are the East feeds (Disney & Nick are the exceptions I can think of right away along with the premium movie channels).
It would take up too much bandwidth to carry both feeds of USA, Spike, TNT, etc.
 
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I love missing something on TNT or Spike and rushing over my friends house to catch it later that afternoon. :D
 
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retorq said:
I love missing something on TNT or Spike and rushing over my friends house to catch it later that afternoon. :D
I just use a DVR. :)
 

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