Cinemax

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Cinemax (Max in short) is an American pay cable television and satellite television network. It is owned by the Home Box Office division of Time Warner.[1] The network usually broadcasts theatrically released feature movies, original series and softcore pornographic series and movies.

As of July 2015, Cinemax and its channels are available to more than 21 million subscribers in the United States.

Cinemax began on August 1, 1980.

The channel and its other channels play a variety of movies and television series, such as Erotic Confessions, the Lethal Weapon franchise and some adult programming.

Channels of Cinemax include Action, Vanguard, Comedy, Suspense and Classic.

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  1. "2d Cable Movie Service". The New York Times. Retrieved Oct 14, 2017.