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Programs focused on family life became the core of the channel.Jon & Kate Plus 8, which by 2008 was the highest-rated program on TLC, and Little People, Big World were joined by 17 Kids and Counting (which became 18 Kids and Counting and then 19 Kids and Counting as the Duggars, the family that the series centers on, expanded), and Table for 12 in 20 respectively.By the early 1990s, The Learning Channel was a sister channel to the Financial News Network (FNN), which owned 51 percent of the channel with Infotechnology Inc.After FNN went into bankruptcy in 1991, the Discovery Channel's owners went into discussions to purchase The Learning Channel.On March 27, 2006, the network launched a new look and promotional campaign, dropping the "Life Unscripted" tag and introducing a new theme, "Live and learn", trying to turn around the network's reliance on decorating shows and reality programming.As part of the new campaign, the channel's original name, "The Learning Channel", returned to occasional usage in promotions.This was to be indicative of a major change in programming content and target audience over the next few years.
The non-profit Appalachian Community Service Network owned 35 percent of the network, and was also bought out.
"Ready Set Learn", the network's children's program block, was slowly reduced through the years as the network deliberately redirected viewers towards the full-day lineup of children's programming on Discovery Kids.
The block was dropped completely in late 2008, and Cable in the Classroom programming, meant for recording by teachers, had completely disappeared by the early 2000s.
Much of the old, more educationally focused programming can still be found occasionally dispersed amongst other channels owned by Discovery Communications.
Most of TLC's programming today is geared towards reality-based drama or interests such as home design, emergency room or medical dramas, extreme weather, law enforcement, dating, and human interest programs.