TV3+ Denmark was originally founded as TV6 Denmark in 1994 as part of the launch of TV6 Viasat. Upon its foundation, it was a Danish version of TV6 Viasat, and it was first started as a TV production company, but a year later, it was later changed into a TV channel.
In March 1995, TV6 Denmark was changed into a TV channel by changing its logo to a similar one used by TV6 Sweden. The next year, the channel was renamed to TV3+ Denmark.
In April 1996, TV6 Denmark was relaunched as TV3+ Denmark by adopting a new logo of a pure-red square with a white 3-numeral along with a yellow circle with a red plus-sign in it.
In 1999, to coincide with the launch of Viasat's new corporate logo, TV3+ Denmark changed its logo for the third time. This time, its third logo was a black ring that bears the "Viasat" wordmark along with a red square that bears the 3-numeral and a grey plus-sign.