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Broadcast areaHungary
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
OwnerTV2 Group (József Vida)
Sister channelsTV2
Super TV2
Spíler 1 TV
Spíler 2 TV
Izaura TV
TV2 Séf
TV2 Kids
TV2 Comedy
Jocky TV
Launched1 January 2010 (original frequency)
5 September 2016 (new frequency)
8 March 2024 (as TV2 Klub)
Replaced byPRIME (original frequency)
MinDig TVChannel 12

FEM3 is a television channel operated by the TV2 Group that broadcasts in Hungary. It is an entertainment channel, primarily dedicated to talk shows, reality series involving lifestyles, and family life.

It was originally launched on New Year's Day 2010. On 5 September 2016 at 05:00 CET, the old FEM3 was replaced by PRIME, and a new FEM3 started its test broadcasts on a new frequency. Both channels officially launched at 21:00 CET.

Prior to the launch, since 2008, the channel was planned with several names. First, they wanted to bring FEM to Hungary, the name then changed to TV3, as a reincarnation of an entertainment channel which closed down on 21 February 2000. The name was finalized in December 2009.

On 8 March 2024, the channel will be rebranded as TV2 Klub.[1]


Talk Shows


Original Title Original Country Year of production Adapted title
Lie To Me United States 2008-2010 Hazudj, ha tudsz!
Grey's Anatomy United States 2005–present A Grace Klinika
Elementary United States 2012–present Sherlock és Watson
Desperate Housewives United States 2004-2012 Született feleségek
House M. D. United States 2004-2012 Doktor House
The Good Wife United States 2009-2016 A férjem védelmében
90210 United States 2008-2013 90210


January 2010 – 2016 September 2016 – 8 March 2024


  1. ^ "Nőnapon indul a TV2 Klub, a TV2 Csoport nőknek szóló kábelcsatornája (TV2 Klub, TV2 Group's channel for women, launches on Women's Day)". DTV News (in Hungarian). 8 February 2024. Retrieved 10 February 2024.