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Stateroom Television Programming

Published 07/13/2015 05:14 PM   |    Updated 09/25/2019 03:58 PM

Stateroom Television Programming - Subject to Change

Grab the remote, order room service and catch a movie or TV show ... all from the comfort of your stateroom. 

Stateroom TV Lineup
We pride ourselves with providing our guests with a variety of TV programming that is both entertaining and informative.  The networks we license will vary according to the location of the vessel and availability within the areas where we sail. Original Carnival programming is broadcasted on these channels: Cruise Life Television, Fun Aboard, Carnival Adventures, Fun Finds, Fun for All and Ocean View.  Information about your trip is available on the Good to Know channel, Audible FunTimes and Map Channel.  Live seascape views can be seen on your Forward Camera View Channel and Aft Camera Views Channel. 

Two complimentary movie channels are programmed to show up to 8 different movies rated G, PG and PG 13 each day of your cruise. On Carnival Sunrise, Carnival Vista, Carnival Horizon, Carnival Panorama and Mardi Gras, guests can choose when to watch any of the same complimentary titles on demand. On the following ships the latest movie releases are available on 'Pay-Per-View’ for just $4.99 USD per title: Carnival Breeze, Carnival Horizon, Carnival Magic, Carnival Panorama, Carnival Splendor, Carnival Sunrise, Carnival Vista and Mardi Gras.

Closed Captions
A safety briefing video is televised in all staterooms, throughout the cruise, with open caption. Closed captioning (CC) is available on all Carnival original programming. Network programming and movies are CC capable as available through our service providers.

Connecting Personal Devices to Stateroom TV's
Guests are not permitted to connect Digital Cameras/Camcorders, DVDs/VCRs, USB sticks, iPods, Nintendo/X-Box Play units with the television in the staterooms; all connection ports are disabled.

 

 

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