Playboy TV's primetime schedule ranges from couples-driven reality shows (Brooklyn Kinda Love) to unscripted comedic content (The Stash), to full-length movies (Playboy TV Double Features). In 1994, the channel expanded its programming to 24 hours a day from 10.
In 2010, the network unveiled a new slate of TV For 2 programming, which featured a selection of series tailored to both the male and female audience.
Many of the more popular shows that are out of production, such as Night Calls and Naked Happy Girls, continue to thrive on Playboy TV's On Demand channels.
In 2010 it began airing classic sexploitation films such as Beneath the Valley of the Ultra-Vixens and Cherry, Harry & Raquel!.
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