"We Know Drama" is the slogan for Turner Network Television (TNT). TNT was created by Ted Turner in 1988 and is currently home to some of America's favorite drama and sports shows. TNT is available to American viewers via cable service providers and has recently been made available in a few other countries. Every week millions of viewers around the world tune into TNT to catch the latest dramas and sports that TNT has to offer, and I don't blame them because there are some really good stuff displayed here.
Most of the programming aired on TNT is original drama shows like Saving Grace, Raising the Bar and Leverage. I find most of these programs to be very interesting with great story lines that will capture your attention and keep you entertained for hours.
The major sports featured on TNT are Basketball, Baseball, NASCAR races, and even a little golf.
Another cool feature of TNT is its syndicated series. On TNT you will find some of your favorite television shows that have stopped playing on their original release channel. Charmed, Law & Order, Angel, Cold Case, and Supernatural
(as of 2010) are all shown on TNT.
TNT's HD cable channel is pretty much crap, and here is the reasons why. TNT claims to offer quality HD, but most of the programming is just stretched from a 4:3 aspect to 16:9. Therefore you are not really receiving HD; all you are getting is a bigger picture that looks like a load of crap. I do agree, a few of the movies and shows are shown in true HD, but most of them are not.
TNT is a pretty decent cable channel; so if you have time, go check them out. But I wouldn't suggest getting their HD channel unless your cable provider offers it for free.