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    What is A&E?

    A&E is an American basic cable and satellite television channel owned by A+E Networks, a joint venture between Hearst Communications and The Walt Disney Company. The network was originally founded in 1984 as the Arts & Entertainment Network, initially focusing on fine arts, documentaries, dramas, and educational entertainment. Today, the network deals primarily in non-fiction programming, including reality docusoaps, true crime, documentaries, and miniseries.

    What are some of the most popular shows on A&E?

    Some of the most popular shows on A&E include:

    Intervention
    Storage Wars
    Duck Dynasty
    The First 48
    Court Cam
    60 Days In
    American Pickers
    Cold Case Files
    Live PD
    Shipping Wars
    Hoarders

    What are some of the benefits of watching A&E?

    Some of the benefits of watching A&E include:

    It offers a wide variety of non-fiction programming, including reality docusoaps, true crime, documentaries, and miniseries.
    Its shows are often well-produced and informative.
    It offers a number of popular and critically acclaimed shows.
    It is available on a variety of platforms, including cable, satellite, and streaming services.

    How can I watch A&E?

    You can watch A&E on cable, satellite, or streaming services such as Philo, FuboTV, and YouTube TV.