• SBS VICELAND (It's a TV Channel)Source: It's a TV Channel
SBS VICELAND launches on Tuesday 15 of November with a new schedule of shows that will bring you personal perspectives on people from across the globe.
SBS Guide

11 Nov 2016 - 9:29 AM  UPDATED 15 Nov 2016 - 11:09 AM

This week we are pulling the covers off to reveal what we've been working on. It's a TV channel.

SBS VICELAND will take over from SBS2, delivering a mix of the great shows you love from SBS2, along with brand new shows like Black Market, Gaycation, and F*ck That's Delicious. This is a channel that explores music, food, sex, fashion, and tech - all the important things that make up life. 

On the launch day, The Feed and Full Frontal with Samantha Bee are joined by a special showcase of some of our favourite new VICELAND series. From Wednesday, Meng Fei will be back on air with If You Are The One, Brooklyn Nine Nine, and a whole bunch more great new SBS VICELAND shows. 

The Schedule

3:58pm Countdown to SBS VICELAND

4pm Viceland Presents: Cut Off

5pm Dead Set on Life - "The Life of Matty"

5:30pm Cyberwar - "Stuxnet The Digital Weapon"

6:05pm States of Undress - "Congo"

7pm Vice News Tonight

7:30pm The Feed

8pm Full Frontal with Samantha Bee

8:30pm Gaycation  - "Japan"

9:20pm F*ck That's Delicious - "Multiculturalism At It's Best"

9:45pm Black Market "New Jersey Drive"

10:15pm Noisey - "Bompton with Kendrick Lamar"

11:10pm Balls Deep - "Ramadan"

 Say g'day to SBS VICELAND as it launches on Tuesday 15 November.

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