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What channel is FX on cable?

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The channel number for FX varies depending on what cable television operator you are using. To identify the channel number for FX used by your cable operator, access the Channel Finder tool on the FX Networks website. Type in your zip code, select the name of your cable operator from the resulting list of options and note the channel number that appears.

The FX channel is available on cable systems across the country, including Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cox Communications, Verizon, AT&T and many others. The channel is also carried by the two major satellite television operators in the United States, Dish and DirecTV.

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