The streaming wars are upon us but big-ticket movies still make their way to cable networks. WarnerMedia-owned TNT on Friday announced its 2020 movie slate that includes such blockbuster films as Black Panther, A Star is Born, Beauty and the Beast, The Last Jedi, Wonder Woman and more.
The movies air Sunday and Monday nights on the network and also are available on-demand on cable systems and in the TNT app.
“Whether sharing the fandom on Sundays and Mondays or choosing from our blockbuster on-demand digital collection, TNT is the ultimate destination for big, thrilling, and all-around fun movies,” said Brett Weitz, general manager for TNT, TBS and truTV, in a statement.
The slate was unveiled with the above promo, scored to The Killers’ “I’m the Man.”
March highlights include Wonder Woman airing on International Women’s Day on Sunday March 8, the network television premiere of Black Panther on Sunday, March 15, and a full DC marathon of Batman v Superman, Justice League, Suicide Squad and Wonder Woman on Sunday, March 29.