ABC1 gone Posted 26th September 2007

ABC1 has been shut down days earlier than expected. The station ceased broadcasting at 12PM today.

The UK broadcaster from the ABC/Disney company was the exclusive broadcaster of 8 Simple Rules in the UK. Disney Channel say they will not start airing 8 Simple Rules again.

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