About us

BLAZE TV - About Us

BLAZE is an entertainment channel which celebrates people who achieve the extraordinary through determination and courage. We celebrate real people and their stories. People who defy convention and follow their inner fire to live life their own way. We are driven to tell their immersive, inspiring stories – stories of unique people who’ve tapped into something deep within themselves to live remarkable lives. American by nature, but distinctly British by nurture, BLAZE raises the flag for real people who boldly follow their own path.

Consistently the fastest growing channel aimed at men* on Digital Terrestrial Television, BLAZE continues to trail a blaze with UK free to air premieres of big hitting factual shows like Pawn StarsStorage WarsWicked TunaHighway Thru Hell and Forged in Fire.

BLAZE also shines a light on home grown content with global launches of shows like Flipping Bangers.

BLAZE is the only channel to see outside of paid platforms the hit mystery sensation The Curse of Oak Island and the heroes of the wilds Mountain Men.

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On TV: Freeview 64, Sky HD 164, Sky Glass 168, Freesat 162 and Virgin TV 216

Download the BLAZE app from Google Play, the Amazon Appstore & the Apple App Store

BLAZE is A+E Networks’ first global free-to-air brand. It launched in the UK on 20 September 2016.

Follow BLAZE on Twitter: @BlazeTVUK

You can follow us on Facebook, Youtube and Twitter.

BLAZE is owned by A+E Networks UK.

A+E Networks® UK is a joint venture between Hearst and Sky. Its portfolio of quality factual and entertainment channels includes Sky HISTORY®, Crime + Investigation®, Sky HISTORY2® and the free-to-air channel BLAZE®.

A+E Networks UK launched in November 1995 and now operates 20 channels, broadcasting into 60 million homes across almost 100 countries in the UK, Scandinavia, Benelux, Central & Eastern Europe, Africa and the Middle East.

(*Just dedicated male channels from Freeview including Quest, Dave, Yesterday, CBS Action & Travel)
Source: Techedge: BARB; A16+ IN Nat HHs unless otherwise stated