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Shortly after being closed down in 2015, by Turner Broadcasting System, the brand was bought by Laserium Holdings and revived internationally in 2016. The brand, like it's predecessor (2006-2015), is dedicated to broadcasting world cinema, quality films and independent films.
It was announced that on January 30, 2017, Silver, with Octagon (a short-lived brand of Octagon Cable Entertainment) and PowerBox, will form the base for a new "cinematic-focused" channel and international brand. It was later announced as Screen, an international version of the El Kadsreian channel of the same name.
On January 30, 2017, Screen was officially launched worldwide.
On the same day, the channel launched in the United States as a "limited television network", only available through cable with having some of Screen's programming broadcasted through television stations owned by NBCUniversal, Fox Television Stations, Nexstar Media Group, Sinclair Broadcast Group, Hearst Television, CBS Corporation and their affiliates, as part of Gaga Broadcasting Ltd's partnership with them.
In August 2018, two companies left the venture: WarnerMedia stepped down as the co-owner of Screen's Piramcan feed, and Disney as the co-owner of the Fuei feed; and Laserium Networks sold the international versions of Screen to Quest Media, who will continue running the channels under license.
As of September 2019, Laserium Networks owns the United States feed (with N2Media) and also the trademarks for the Screen brand, while licensing them out to various companies operating under Quest.