Sling TV has been shuffling their channel lineup recently, and now it appears they’re adding to their Spanish language offerings. Customers who are signed up for Sling’s Spanish package can now get a little dose of history for no extra charge. The company announced this week that they were adding HISTORY en Espanol to their Best of Spanish TV service. It includes the 24/7 live network, plus a large library of on demand content for only $10 a month as a standalone package, or just $5 a month on top on another package like Sling Orange or Sling Blue.
Debuting in 2004, the network airs top History channel shows like Pawn Stars and Counting Cars in Spanish and also has popular Spanish language docuseries. It does differ from the main English channel, often showcasing original programs that spotlight Latin roots and culture. History en Espanol lets viewers to watch over the air content up to three days past the air date as well.
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