2013-01-01 Cozi TV was launched.
2013-01-07 Telefutura renamed Unimas.
2013-04-15 TV Guide Network was renamed as TVGN.
2013-06-01 WMax was rebranded as MovieMax.
2013-05-27 Movies! was launched.
2013-06-01 @Max was rebranded as Max Latino.
2013-06-01 The Gospel Music Channel was rebranded as Up TV.
2013-08-16 Speed aired its final broadcast day.
2013-08-16 Fuel TV aired its final broadcast day.
2013-08-17 Fox Sports 1 replaced Speed.
2013-08-17 Fox Sports 2 replaced Fuel TV.
2013-08-22 QVC Plus (not to be confused with Q2) was launched.
2013-09-01 Fox Soccer aired its final broadcast day's schedule.
2013-09-02 FX Movie Channel expanded to be a full-scale network, still sharing time with the Fox Movie Channel, which ran from 3am to 3pm Eastern time.
2013-09-02 FXX signed on, replacing Fox Soccer.
2013-09-23 Style was folded into and replaced with the existing Esquire Network.
2013-10-28 Fusion TV was launched.
2013-12-02 A Spanish Language simulcast of the main Encore channel (Encore Español - Encore with Spanish Simulcast) was reformatted as Encore Español with its own separate schedule.
2013-12-02 Encore Drama was relaunched as Encore Black.
2013-12-02 Encore Love was reformatted as Encore Classic.
2013-12-15 El Rey Network was launched.
2013-12-31 SoapNET signed off.
2013-03-03 Military Channel (the second version) was rebranded as American Heroes Channel.
2013-10-09 The Nashville Network (revival) changed its name to Heartland.