2K Network is a commercial-free basic cable network and a sister network of Lucky Kids, it is owned by Take Two Interactive, it began broadcasting in 1993, targeted young adults, and fully focused on video games broadcasted via cable, featuring classic Take-Two Interactive video games along with other classic Nintendo and Namco video games broadcasting via cable headend and via satellite.
The Take-Two ChannelEdit
It has the same as the Take-Two Interactive logo, but instead of "INTERACTIVE SOFTWARE", it read "The" at the top of the words "TAKE 2" and "channel" at the bottom in place of "INTERACTIVE SOFTWARE.".
It has the same as the 1992 TLC logo, but instead of "TLC", it read "T2C" along with the Take-Two Interactive logo between the "The" and "Channel" but "INTERACTIVE SOFTWARE" is absent.
Same as above, but the 1999 Take-Two Interactive logo is used, but "TAKE2interactive" is totally absent and "Take Two" above "Channel".
It has the same as the Take-Two Interactive logo, but instead of "TAKE2interactive", it read "TAKE2channel".
The 2K ChannelEdit
It has the same as the 2K Games logo, but instead of "GAMES", it read "CHANNEL".
It has the same as the 2K Games logo, but instead of "GAMES", it read "NETWORK", with the new slogan "The Network that can play".
2K Games has planned renamed 2K Network to 2KTV in 2015. But it was Scraped.