HD2Me: When ad-supported, uncensored movie channels are run properly (which we know rarely happens), brief warnings about content are inserted following each commercial break. This is very useful for viewers, but the typical limitlessly greedy channel operators would consider a few seconds of useful on-screen info after each break to be a waste of time. They only value ads, not content, because they are determined to pretend that none of their income comes from paying subscribers. They would say they can sell an extra spot or two for each movie broadcast, and pretend that every aspect of channel operations would completely collapse without those spots, even if there were 30-50% as many ads running a mere week ago (as the case is with UHD).
Maybe they could make that time very affordable by not being so stupid as to be a UNIVERSAL channel that is licensing numerous films from FOX and other studios. After all, the movie ads they're running seem to be for new Universal releases, not films from other studios, so you'd think they'd figure out how to extend the same reasoning to the programming side of things.