ETV Two is a Euro Republican public television network. It launched in 1983, the channel is less mainstream than it’s big sister and shows new comedy, American imports (notably sitcoms and soap operas), children’s content, documentaries and drama. From 2020, the channel announced it would cut broadcast hours and only air from 7:30pm to 5am timesharing with ETV Jr. and Children’s ETV on the same channel number. This came into place on April 25, 2020.



Soap operas

  • The Bold and the Beautiful (1987-present)
  • Days of Our Lives (2000-present)
  • Home and Away (1988-present)
  • Neighbours (1986-present)
  • Emmerdale (1983-present)
  • EastEnders (1985-present)

American sitcoms

  • Seinfeld (1990-present)
  • Friends (1995-present)
  • The Big Bang Theory (2008-present)
  • Young Sheldon (2018-present)
  • The Simpsons (1990-present, shared with TV3 and FOX)

El Kasdsre drama

International comedy

  • BroTown (2016-present)
  • Just For Laughs: Gags (2020-present, previously on FOX)
  • Just For Laughs: All Access (2020-present, previously on FOX)
  • Father Ted (1995-present, episode 17 on ETV1)

Children’s shows (branded as ETV Kids)

  • Peppa Pig (2005-present)
  • Paw Patrol (2014-present)
  • SpongeBob SquarePants (1999-present)


  • ETV World News (1991-present)
  • BBC News at 10 (2000-present)


  • Housebroken (????)


Stunts and cross-promotional programmes

  • Doodle Toons (2017): A ZTV (now FOX) series. The first episode aired on top of every hour from September 13, 2017 to September 19, 2017, for promotional reasons. This also occurred on ETV One, ETV Three, TV3, ETV Four, ZTV, V5, Channel 6, TV8 and TV10.


  • Bluey (2019) (moved to C11)
  • Floral Magican Mary Bell (1994-1998)
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