Is Paramount Network giving up with its movie channel pivot? (a commentary)

Paramount Network began with bold ambitions when it replaced Spike in 2018. Now, the TV channel’s changing, and its new push to fill its lineup with made-for-TV movies may put its premium bonafides at risk. Could the relaunch become a challenge for the soon-to-be Paramount Movie Network, and hamper the strategy for ViacomCBS to mount competition to the likes of AMC and FX? I explain how Paramount Network got here, what this programming pivot will entail, and how it could impact existing and future content, such as Lip Sync Battle, Bar Rescue, and the much-anticipated season 4 of the acclaimed #ParamountNetwork series Yellowstone. I also offer a look at what #ParamountMovieNetwork could look like from a content standpoint, as well as commentary on how the decisions #ViacomCBS is making now could help or hurt the channel in 2020, 2021, and beyond.I discuss how a channel's purpose can fail them in this exploration of Nick@NIte: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qp6MeO91a8For more analysis on the current state of a variety of television channels, check out this playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiFJFOIwf8_gPxhubY8P6p9-DZ0w6OKWeCopyrighted content in this video is deemed to be fair use under Section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976, as the content was used for criticism and comment. All third-party content in this video is (c) their respective owners, and no attempt to supersede existing copyright has been made.ALL THE LATEST VIDEOS:https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiFJFOIwf8_gZLT7sSZ-ZWWI6r6kts6jYSUBSCRIBE AND WATCH MORE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_hwJhwy8K2eT8o1UeiuTKA?sub_confirmation=1New videos on television, media, and more every week, so subscribe so you don't miss future videos.