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1992–1993 1993–1996 1996–1997 1997–1998 1998–1999
1999–2000 2000–2001 2001–2008 2008–2011 2011–2024 (Latin America), 2011–2016 (Brazil)
1999–2000 2000–2001 2001–2008 2008–2011 2011–2024 (Latin America), 2011–2016 (Brazil)

Siempre Visión[]

1992–1993[]

Siemprevision
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Siempre Mujer[]

1993–1996[]

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1996–1997[]

Siempremujer
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1997–1998[]

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1998–1999[]

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Fashion TV (first era)[]

The first incarnation of Fashion TV was launched in 1999 by Argentinian Raúl Krislavin from Megavisión Producciones (who bought the brand-license) and distribuyed by Pramer, replacing Siempre Mujer. It lasted until late 2001, when Claxson purchased the license.

1999–2000[]

Fashion TV (1999)

2000–2001[]

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Fashion TV (second era)[]

The second incarnation of Fashion TV (also named FTV) was launched on December 2001 by Claxson, replacing Júpiter Comic, an Argentinian TV network focused on comedy shows, which distribution was limited only on the Southern Cone of South America.

On October 2007, Fashion TV (among it other sisters network from Claxson) was purchased by Turner Broadcasting System Latin America and by January 2008, Turner renewed with FashionTV Paris the brand-usage license in Latin America, which would last until April 2011, when it was replaced by Glitz.

About 3 years after the closure of Turner's Fashion TV, a third incarnation was relaunched on Argentina.

2001–2008[]

Fashion TV (2001)

2008–2011[]

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Glitz[]

2011–2024 (Latin America), 2011–2016 (Brazil)[]

Glitz 2011

Glitz was launched on April 1, 2011, with the intention of being a brand-new lifestyle worldwide brand of Turner.

However, in January 2015, Turner Latin America and the Cisneros Group (former owner of the network as Fashion TV under Claxson) started a joint-venture to operate the network, shifting from a lifestyle to a telenovela programming.

On December 21, 2023, the Liberty cable operator of Costa Rica announced that on February 29, 2024 the I-Sat, Much and Glitz channels would be officially discontinued by Warner Bros. Discovery, thus marking the definitive end of Glitz in the Latin American region. (with the exception of Brazil, which closed in 2016, being replaced by TNT Series).

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