|Launched||March 1, 2012|
|Owned By||The Fanfic Network|
|Picture Format|| 720p (HDTV)|
|Broadcast Area|| Nationwide|
|Headquarters||Los Angeles, California|
The channel's programming consists of original television series and movies, aimed towards audiences ages 13 to 24. Founded on March 1, 2012, Fanfic Channel serves more than 80 million households in the United States and more than 560 million internationally.
Forming of the Channel (2011)
Early 2011, founder Aaron Moon started planning on creating a fictional channel that would feature fanfic series based on existing television series. This is when A High School Rockstar started its planning stage. Based on the series Austin & Ally, Moon created the series, hoping to kickstart Fanfic Channel.
The channel originally was intended to be created in the form of a Youtube Channel, broadcasting all episodes through his personal channel. This proved to be too much work and Moon moved everything to Wikia. The channel was then formed as the flagship property of The Fanfic Network.
Moon Channel (2012 to Early 2013)
The channel was originally named Moon Channel, after Aaron Moon. The channel remained that way until early 2013 when the channel was renamed to FFC.
FFC (2013 to Early 2014)
The channel changed its name to FFC, which stands for FanFic Channel. The name lasted for almost a year before being changed to its current name. The logo of the channel was drastically changed by removing the moon from the logo and instead having a green semi-circle at the front.
Numerous series were pitched to the channel, including Secret Life, but none were able to go into production and air. The transition between FFC to Fanfic Channel was mainly due to the launching of Wonder Entertainment and Wonder Studios.
Fanfic Channel (2014-present)
Before stepping down as president, Aaron Moon changed the channel name to Fanfic Channel. Axel Torres became the new acting president.
A whole new lineup of shows premiered in the Winter of 2015, including two talk shows. The thriller series, Revenge, premiered with over 20 million US Viewers, making it the top pilot episode of Fanfic Channel, and the first series to surpass the 10 million mark. Two other series, The Supernaturals and Avatar, averaged between 8 to 9.5 million viewers. Fanfic Channel has also established a talent program that gives opportunities to social media stars and users.
On February 2015, Fanfic Channel has expanded its broadcast from United States to Canada to international. An Asia and Europe based Fanfic Channel will be launched in the year, which will cater to audiences in countries like the Philippines, China, India, Malaysia, United Kingdom, Germany, Russia, Italy and France.
It was also announced that Fanfic Channel will be providing a premium service to its US and Canadian consumers, the Fanfic Channel On Demand, which will allow the service subscribers to access episodes a week earlier than their scheduled air date. It also gives access to never before seen Behind the scenes of tv series and original movies.
On June 2015, Fanfic Channel Europe was launched which provides broadcasting to Spain, Italy, the UK, Germany, France, Switzerland, Denmark and Sweden. The network plans to expand to more countries in Europe by the end of 2016.
Original Live Action Series
- University Rockstars (March 24, 2012 - Present)
- Rising Stars (January 31, 2015 - Present)
- Secret Life (February 13, 2015 - Present)
- Spy Teens (February 28, 2015 - Present)
- Behind The Desk (March 16, 2015 - Present)
- Bionic Son (September 11, 2015 - Present)
- Martian McGowan (October 11, 2015 - Present)
Original Live Action Series
- Wizards in Training (February 14, 2016)
- Hollywood Life (March 19, 2016)
- Jessica Newman (2016)
- Living The Life (2016)
- Double Trouble (2016)
- Ninja Orphans (2016)
Original Animated Series
Live Action Series
- Teens Dot Com (February 16, 2015 - April 10, 2015)
Fanfic Channel Original Movie
- Saving Christmas Night (December 2014)
- Magical Disaster (February 2015)
- Runaway Princess (March 2015)
- Project Summer (June 2015)
- Prom Terror (October 2015)
- The Last Christmas (December 2015)
Fanfic Channel Asia
On February 2, 2015, The Fanfic Network launched an international channel, Fanfic Channel Asia, that broadcasts programs to the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, India, China, Japan and Thailand. It features a multi-language feed, with dubbing and subtitling in Tagalog, Malay, Mandarin, Japanese and Thai.
Fanfic Channel Europe
It was announced that The Fanfic Network will also launch a Europe based Fanfic Channel in the Summer of 2015. The network currently broadcasts programs to Spain, Italy, the UK, Germany, France, Switzerland, Denmark and Sweden, with plans to enter Greece, Romania, Ukraine, Turkey, Austria, Belgium and Finland by the end of 2016.