INSP is a 24 hour-a-day network available to more than 70 million U.S. households via cable and satellite television. INSP targets the millions of socially-conservative Americans who embrace faith, traditional family values and moral beliefs. The network features inspiring, entertaining, family-friendly television programs that hearken back to the simplicity of yesterday and reflect hope for the future.
INSP can be seen on more than 2,800 U.S. cable systems, DIRECTV (channel 364) and DISH Network (channel 259).
INSP is available on Galaxy 15, Transponder 17 or OlympuSAT’s “Faith & Families” Pack (Intelsat Americas 13 X 20).
INSP is one of four networks operated by The Inspiration Networks.
INSP targets the millions of socially-conservative American Baby Boomers who embrace traditional family values and moral beliefs.
Along with interstitials, award-winning specials, and top-tier music and teaching programs, INSP features exclusive, acquired and original programming that spans the genres of drama, comedy, and documentaries including:
- The Waltons: In the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, during the Great Depression, the Walton family makes its small income from its saw mill on Walton’s Mountain. The story is told through the eyes of John Boy, who wants to be a novelist, goes to college, and eventually fulfills his dream. The saga follows the family through depression and war, and through growing up, school, courtship, marriage, employment, birth, aging, illness and death. Starring Richard Thomas as John Boy, Ralph Waite and Miss Michael Learned.
- Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman: A high-spirited, hour-long Western family adventure series built around the exploits of Dr. Michaela (“Mike”) Quinn (Jane Seymour). Quinn is a refined woman doctor who moves from the highly civilized world of mid-19th century Boston to a rough-hewn frontier town in 1860s Colorado to start her own medical practice. She befriends an enigmatic mountain loner, Byron Sully (Joe Lando), and adopts three children (played by Chad Allen, Erika Flores/Jessica Bowman and Shawn Toovey) as she begins a new life on the American frontier.
- Little House on the Prairie: What began as the best-selling novels by Laura Ingalls Wilder became the most beloved pioneer family of all time. Follow Charles, Caroline, Mary, Laura, and Carrie Ingalls as they settle into a quaint little house on the banks of Plum Creek, near the small town of Walnut Grove during the late 1800s. Discover the inspiring, unconquerable courage of the Ingalls family and experience timeless themes of love, morality, and rich family values in this award-winning series. Starring Melissa Gilbert, Michael Landon, Karen Grassle and Melissa Sue Anderson.
- Wind at my Back: The bankruptcy of their hardware store forces Jack and Honey Bailey to move their young family to New Bedford, a small town where Jack’s affluent family owns a silver mine. When Jack is killed in an accident soon after their arrival, his mother informs Honey that she is no longer welcome in the Bailey home. Knowing that she cannot support her three children on her own, Honey is forced to leave them with her mother-in-law while she looks for work in a nearby town. Set in Ontario in the 1930s, “Wind at My Back” follows Honey, her children and the Bailey family through the era known as the Great Depression. Starring Shirley Douglas, Kathryn Greenwood and James Carroll.
- Reel Inspiration: Reel Inspiration features the best in family-friendly movies starring many of your favorite Hollywood names. True stories, comedy and drama. Life-affirming, uplifting and thought-provoking films that go straight to the heart. You’ll find it all on Reel Inspiration. . .movies that matter.
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The Inspiration Networks
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