"Homeland" fans can rejoice--Time Warner Cable and CBS have reached a carrier deal.
The agreement means Showtime and The Movie Channel are no longer blacked out and Central Texas customers can watch them immediately. The deal also returns CBS programming to viewers in many major cities, including New York, Los Angeles and Dallas.
Time Warner Cable is YNN's parent company. It dropped CBS and other channels last month when the two couldn't agree on carriage fees.
At the time, Time Warner Cable said CBS wanted to charge six times more for its content.
CBS disputed that figure.
Neither side would release any specific terms of the deal, but Time Warner Cable officials say the deal it reached is much better than what CBS originally offered.