DISH lost Scripps broadcast stations in 42 markets Saturday evening after the two were unable to agree to a new retransmission consent deal.
Sinclair warned AT&T U-verse, DirecTV and AT&T TV Now subscribers of potential blackouts of 136 TV stations and Tennis Channel in 86 markets Friday.
At 2am ET Saturday morning, CBS-owned broadcast stations went dark on DirecTV as the companies failed to renew their 7-year-old retrans pact.
Viacom and AT&T/DirecTV continued negotiations all weekend, announcing a new carriage deal had been reached early Monday morning.
Verizon and TEGNA shook hands Thursday afternoon, returning three stations that had been dark to Fios customers.
An estimated 6 million Charter Spectrum customers lost Tribune Broadcasting stations Wednesday due to a retransmission consent impasse.