Something for every member of the family.
- Posted on Feb 10, 2021
Content provided by INSP.
It’s TV the way you like it—with strong values, heart-racing action, and heartfelt drama, simply put, good entertainment. That’s INSP. From the classic theme of good over evil, to touching coming of age tales, INSP offers shows and movies you can share with every member of your family.
INSP Star Power
Hollywood’s greatest golden-age stars share the lineup with contemporary actors. Movie greats you’ll see ready for their close ups include John Wayne, James Stewart, Audie Murphy, Maureen O’Hara, Tom Selleck and Sam Elliott. Popular shows feature some of TV’s finest stars, among them, James Arness, Michael Landon, James Drury, Richard Thomas, Josh Brolin, and Chuck Norris.
The big names, the characters they play and the stories they enact keep viewers enthralled. At a time when many networks are declining, INSP’s viewership is up 9%. Named among the most watched networks in 2020 by Variety, INSP is one of the fastest-growing networks in the U.S.
INSP Story Power
INSP viewers enjoy timeless Western shows, like Gunsmoke, Bonanza and The Virginian, action-packed dramas like Walker, Texas Ranger and The Young Riders, and the heartwarming family tales of The Waltons, in addition to INSP’s original shows, including Ultimate Cowboy Showdown hosted by Trace Adkins, The Cowboy Way, Wild West Chronicles, Handcrafted America with Jill Wagner, among others.
Weekend movies feature some of the most iconic Westerns of all time like The Magnificent Seven with Yul Brynner and Steve McQueen, Big Jake and Rio Lobo with John Wayne, The Shadow Riders starring Tom Selleck, Sam Elliot and Katharine Ross, and Crossfire Trail starring Tom Selleck, plus stories of heroism like To Hell and Back starring real-life World War II hero Audie Murphy.
Movies related to the Western genre include tales of triumph such as Here Comes the Boom with Kevin James, Salma Hayek and Henry Winkler, Coal Miner’s Daughter starring Sissy Spacek, Sahara with Matthew McConaughey, and Secondhand Lions with Robert Duvall.
INSP Beyond the TV Screen
You’re probably reading this on a computer, a tablet or phone. Connection to INSP continues after the TV is turned off. Viewers are more than fans; they’re family, engaging on social media, reading the weekly newsletter, exploring INSP.com, which features quizzes, blogs, sweepstakes, schedule info and much more.
Heroes Live Here
Heroes are defined by bravery—from the combat field to the showdown at high noon to the one who steps up and does the right thing when all the odds are against them. These stories are timeless. These stories are on INSP.
INSP is available in more than 73 million households. Learn how you can watch INSP at INSP.com.