The end has finally arrived for G4TV as it enters its final days and will sign off for good November 30th. G4TV has been operating since 2002 when it replaced TechTV. A few months back it was announced that G4TV would be replaced but at the last minute NBC changed their minds and let G4TV survive a few more months but the new November 30th date is now the end (which isn't surprising since there has been no new content for months on G4TV). If you are a fan of technology chances are good you've watched G4TV or TechTV at some point and the channel has produced some very recognizable names in the technology world. The Inquisitr has more on the soon to be extinct G4TV.
G4TV has finally been canceled after a long, drawn-out, and somewhat painful death. NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment Group released a statement to the remaining cable providers still offering the network that it will be pulled on November 30.
According to IGN, NBCUniversal had ceased investments on G4TV after a 2013 rebrand deal fell through. G4TV canceled creation of the shows that it became famous for, including Attack of the Show, X-Play, and Cheat. Instead, for the past year, G4TV has aired reruns of other geeky shows such as Lost and Heroes. The G4TV website, primarily dedicated to online games, is now directing their traffic to Syfy Games.