COZI TV to Air Hitchcock Classics Throughout September
Throughout the month of September, viewers can tune in to Cozi TV to catch classic films from their favorite 'master of suspense,' Alfred Hitchcock. COZI TV, the network designed to deliver easy-to-watch and familiar shows to its viewing audience, will pay homage to Hitchcock with this month-long marathon. Featuring some of the most recognized and critically acclaimed films from the Alfred Hitchcock library, the classic cinematic line-up will inspire viewers to tune into some great entertainment.
"We are pleased to bring our viewers classic films from one of the most iconic directors in the world," said Meredith McGinn, Senior Vice President of Cozi TV Network and LX.TV Productions. "Our viewers are sophisticated and knowledgeable film aficionados and we are certain this Hitchcock tribute will appeal to their sensibilities."
Starting Monday, September 2, viewers can tune in daily for a midday movie at 1PM EST to catch some of their favorite Hitchcock films. The first week's line-up features:
Monday, September 2: The Man Who Knew Too Much
Tuesday, September 3: The Trouble with Harry
Wednesday, September 4: The Birds
Thursday, September 5: Marnie
Friday, September 6: Family Plot
Each Friday evening, Cozi TV will also feature "Friday Fright Night" with an 8 PM EST film. The first Friday, September 6, the Hitchcock film featured will be the infamous Psycho. Who can resist watching the riveting psychological decline of the character Norman Bates played to perfection by Anthony Perkins who co-starred in the 1960 thriller with the beautiful Janet Leigh?
And if a daily dose of Hitchcock isn't enough, viewers can indulge in a double feature treat of Hitchcock films to play on "Suspenseful Sundays" throughout the month of September. On the first Sunday of the month, the back-to-back featured Hitchcock films will be Rear Window, starting at 12 PM EST, followed by 39 Steps.
Since the network's official launch at the beginning of this year, Cozi TV has grown significantly and is now available in 47.5 million homes or 42 percent of the country, reaching 40 markets, including those served by the NBC Owned Stations.