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TNN 1983 TNN logo 1997 TNN logo 1999 The National Network logo Spike TV 2003
1983–1997 1997–1999 1999–2000 2000–2003 2003–2005
Spike TV 2005 Spike TV logo Spike 2015 Paramount Network
2005–2006 2006–2015 2015–2018 2018–present

The Nashville Network


TNN 1983



TNN logo 1997


TNN logo 1999

The National Network


The National Network logo

After its parent company CBS Corporation was acquired by Viacom in 2000, TNN was renamed as The National Network, as it adopted a general entertainment schedule similar to that of USA Network, TBS, and TNT in order to distinguish it from its sister network CMT.

Spike TV


Spike TV 2003

TNN was renamed as Spike TV in August 2003. With the new relaunch, which was aimed to target young adult males between ages of 18-34, Spike TV adopted the slogan "The First Network for Men" that was used earlier from the lawsuit of film director Spike Lee. This logo would be used on the stage set of WWE Monday Night Raw from March 2004 until September 2005 before WWE Raw returned to USA Network on October 3, 2005.


Spike TV 2005



Spike TV logo

In May 2006, Spike removed the word "TV" from its name and adopted a new logo.

2015–2018, 2015–present (International), 2019–present (Pluto TV)

Spike 2015

On March 3, 2015, Spike unveiled a new logo and on-air identity, as Viacom repositioned it as a general entertainment network with more women-oriented programming for the first time since its TNN days.

Spike Rebrand

Spike Rebrand

Paramount Network


Paramount Network

On February 8, 2017, The Hollywood Reporter reported that Viacom would rename Spike as the Paramount Network, a move that was completed on January 18, 2018. The change was made in order to give the network a closer association with Viacom (later ViacomCBS)'s film division Paramount Pictures and to refocus the majority of its media business around six flagship brands, which include Paramount and several other networks owned by Viacom, including MTV, BET, TV Land, Comedy Central, and Nickelodeon. This logo was used earlier in 2017 for its streaming service Paramount+. This name was going to be the new name for United Paramount Network in 2000 after Chris-Craft sold their share, but then Viacom changed it to just UPN, meaning the letters had no meaning anymore.

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