What Channel Is Freeform On Spectrum?

by Mark Chen | Updated 11/21/23

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Spectrum Channel Guide in Los Angeles│Source: BillSmart

While the Freeform Channel is usually on Channel 122 for Spectrum customers, there’s often a lower numbered station and some important stations where 122 takes you to the BET network.

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Spectrum Freeform Channel List

Freeform Channel on Spectrum List

Los Angeles55, 122
San Diego67, 122
Anaheim46, 122
Long Beach66, 766
Bakersfield65, 502, 1502
Reno36, 722
Corpus Christi41, 122
San Antonio41, 122
Austin37, 122
El Paso63, 122
Dallas56, 816
Birmingham19, 127, 1127
Montgomery46, 723
Lexington34, 257, 982
Louisville40, 257, 982
Charlotte29, 122
Durham28, 122
Raleigh28, 122
Indianapolis46, 127, 1127
Milwaukee17, 112, 1112
Kansas City48, 112
Columbus15, 257, 982
Cincinnati38, 112, 1112
Cleveland63, 112, 1112
New York38, 122
Albany35, 122
Buffalo47, 122

New York & California Spectrum Freeform Channel List

Spectrum subscribers can watch Freeform on Channel 122 in New York.  If you’d like to watch on a lowered number channel, you’re in luck.

Go to Channel 38 if you live in Manhattan, 35 in Albany, and 47 in Buffalo.

122 is the right channel for most of California as well (as long as you don’t live in Long Beach and Bakersfield).

People who live in those Californian cities can watch on Channels 66 and 766 in Long Beach and 65, 502, and 1502 in Bakersfield.

The lowered number Freeform channels for Spectrum customers are 55 in LA, 67 in San Diego, and 46 in Anaheim.

Freeform On Spectrum (TX/NC)

You can watch Freeform on your Spectrum TV on Channel 122 for the Texan cities of Corpus Christi, San Antonio, Austin, and El Paso.

But 122 is the wrong channel for Dallas.  The right channel for Freeform in that city is 56 or 816.

Besides 122, Freeform is available on 41 in Corpus Christi and San Antonio, 37 in Austin, and 63 in El Paso.

If you’re trying to find Freeform in Charlotte, 122 is the right channel to press on your TV remote.

To press two digits on your remote vs 3 digits, go to 28 in Durham and Raleigh and 29 in Charlotte.

Additional Channels

People who live in Kentucky can watch the Freeform channel on Spectrum on channels 257 and 982.

Lower number alternatives are 34 in Lexington and 40 in Louisville.

Freeform is also on some random channels in Alabama.  In Birmingham, the right channels are 19, 127, and 1127 while in Montgomery go to 46 or 723.

There’s some similarities between Freeform channels in Ohio.  112 and 1112 are the shared channels for Cleveland and Cincinnati.

Besides those two channels, you can watch on 38 in Cincinnati and 63 in Cleveland.

Columbus is all over the place with Freeform channels on 15, 257, and 982.

Other Places To Watch

Let’s finish up if you’re missing any cities with Freeform channels on Spectrum.

Reno residents can watch Freeform on channels 36 and 722.

The right channels to watch in Kansas City are 48 and 112.

Finishing it up – 46, 127, and 1127 are the right set of channels for Indianapolis while 17, 112, and 1112 are the spots for Milwaukee.

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About the author

Mark Chen is the founder and CEO of BillSmart. As a 7-year veteran of the bill negotiation space, he's saved Americans $25mm+ on their phone and cable bills. In his free time, he enjoys watching shows on TV like Yellowstone and college football.