Wednesday, September 12, 2018


When was the last time you used an antenna to watch a television show?  For awhile there wasn't much being broadcast over the air waves with cable and online streaming monopolizing television programming.  But FREE TV is making a comeback with lots of new channels emerging that can be watched without having to pay anything by just plugging a digital antenna into your television.  Two of these channels that I have been watching a lot since we cut our cable service and Netflix subscription have been COMET TV and CHARGE TV.

COMET TV has a focus on airing science fiction and monster movie programming.  CHARGE TV airs television shows and movies with an action / adventure theme to them.  Both channels are broadcast across the country in select markets airing content come from MGM's extensive library of television shows and movies. For example COMET TV shows television sci-fi television series like Andromeda, Babylon5, Stargate, and the Outer Limits. CHARGE plays a variety of action style flicks  ranging from Bruce Willis' 2002 HART'S WAR to Jean-Claude Van Damme's 1993 NOWHERE TO RUN to John Wayne's 1938 HELL TOWN.

Here in Detroit you can see them on Channels 50.2 (Comet) and 50.3 (Charge). Check out the station locator on each channel's website to see if they are being broadcast where you live. You can also view each channel's live feed on their websites as well if you can't tune in on your television.

There is some great stuff to see on COMET & CHARGE TV in September! Plus you don't have to purchase a subscription to view it. These channels are always FREE to watch whether via digital antenna or online via a mobile device.

COMET TV is adding the classic sci-fi series SPACE: 1999 to its program rotation plus will be hosting a Godzilla movie marathon on Saturdays throughout September.  CHARGE TV will be showing ROCKY movie double features every Thursday during the month.  Relive all the action, guts and glory of the Rocky movie saga.

To make things even better,  A Geek Daddy has a prize pack to giveaway that full of great swag to enjoy while binge watching the classic movies and television shows on COMET & CHARGE TV. For a chance to win complete the entries in the rafflecopter form below or participate in A Geek Daddy's Twitter Retweet Promo. Must be a United States resident over 18 years old to participate. One winner will be randomly selected from all eligible entries. Good luck!

 a Rafflecopter giveaway
This September COMET & CHARGE TV Prize Pack includes:

1 - Limited Edition Space: 1999 COMET TV T-shirt: This exclusive shirt celebrates the retro goodness of this classic series!

1 - Rocky Exclusive Charge! Clamshell Box: While there may not be a VHS tape inside, this pack has some of the classic Rocky artwork on its cover. Yo Adrian!

1- Rocky Viewing Kit: When you’re working up a sweat in the gym and feeling the Eye of the Tiger, this kit will help you get into the Rocky mood. There is a Charge jump-rope, a gym towel and a die-cut Rocky sticker!

 1- Godzilla Funko Pop Figure: Who doesn’t love Funko Pops?!? This Godzilla will be the fire breathing center of your collection and a perfect way to celebrate the Godzilla double features on COMET TV!

Disclaimer & Rules: A Geek Daddy has not been financially compensated for this endorsement or hosting the giveaway but was provided the same items being provided as a prize for personal use. The prize is provided by COMET + CHARGE TV and A Geek Daddy is hosting the promotion as a benefit to our readers. Must be a US resident over the age of 18 to participate. One entry per mailing address and winner will be randomly selected from all eligible entries. If you have already won this prize through another blog participating in this promotion, your entry will be disqualified. By participating in this promotion you waive any liability of any kind against the publisher of this blog. Winner is subject to eligibility verification. No P.O. Boxes allowed for delivery of the prize. COMET + CHARGE TV will be responsible for shipping the prize to the selected winner. A Geek Daddy is not responsible for delivery of the prize

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