Cable One and Turner reached a new agreement, restoring Turner’s channels to the MSO.

The cable operator has been without TNT, TBS, CNN, HLN, Cartoon and other Turner nets since Oct 1. The process of restoring channels will begin immediately and may take several days to complete, Cable One said. The dispute lasted during TBS’ MLB postseason coverage. The NBA season kicks off on TNT on Tues.

"We’re pleased to be able to restore these channels to our customers, and appreciate their patience and loyalty,” Cable One CEO Tom Might said.

Turner’s statement: “We value the relationships with our viewers and thank them for their understanding. We’re grateful for their continued loyalty and support for Turner’s programming and brands.”

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