Fuel TV was a weekly, regional music and extreme sports broadcast series that debuted on September 8, 2001 on WB affiliate WFLI-TV (channel 53, now a CW affiliate) in Chattanooga, Tennessee... See full summary »

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Chris Braly

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Zoë Alexander Zoë Alexander ...  (2001-2003)
Heather Meyer Heather Meyer ...  (2001-2002)
Alisa Steele Alisa Steele ...  (2001-2002)
Lindsey E. Vuolo Lindsey E. Vuolo ...  Self
Steve Wilkos ...  Self
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Fuel TV was a weekly, regional music and extreme sports broadcast series that debuted on September 8, 2001 on WB affiliate WFLI-TV (channel 53, now a CW affiliate) in Chattanooga, Tennessee, on Saturday evenings. The show was part entertainment, part documentary, part digital magazine, and part travelogue of the southeast, covering everything from extreme sports to touring rock bands. The show was independently produced and initially used paid programming time to get on the air. News Corporation eventually negotiated a buyout of the concept and trademark in late 2003, launching the satellite network 'FUEL' in late 2003. The regional, weekly version of Fuel TV aired its final episode on WFLI in September of that year.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 September 2001 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$100,000 (estimated)
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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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