November 27, 2014 - February 8, 2015 (primary), 2015 - present (alternative)
On November 27, 2014 at 6:00AM EST, Roblox Movie Channel launched on the air with this logo, the logo consisted with the letters "RMC" separate or sometimes together with the Century Gothic typeface, it was created by Dragon Dipper Productions (now Dipper Fresh Productions) in October 2014, it was later modified on December 2014 by TheMagRblx (formerly TheMagnificientMan at the time).
As of January 2016, this logo is still used as an alternative, however, it is used rarely.
February 8, 2015 - February 7, 2016; 2016-present (secondary)This logo was revealed in February 8, 2015, RMC gave the logo a retro and more recognizable look for airing the channel, it was part of "Project: "White Rabbit" plan.
This logo was used with a typeface that has the letter "R" as a lowercased letter, the letter "M" also lowercased with sharped ridges on the top portion, dubbed the "houses", and the "C" is tilted to the side, with the look that is similar to a moon phase.
As of today it is still used as the secondary logo of Roblox Movie Channel.
February 7, 2016 - present
On January 26, 2016, RMC Media Networks announced a new logo and a new look, and a few weeks earlier they announced the closure of RMC2 and RMC4 due to restructuring of RMC, and they also announced that they will remove the needing of slogans.
On February 7, 2016, RMC rolled out a new logo which is a refresh of the previous logo. The logo was revealed via Twitter, with the special effects with the promotional photos of the new logo nicknamed "amoeba" due to it's similar look to the species of cells or organisms, but the logo didn't fully debut until May 7, 2016 when RMC broadcasted for the feature presentation of the 1995 anime movie, Ghost in the Shell.
The logo consists with some elements from the previous logo, but with the typeface having the letters "R" which its dot is completely detached, "M" being more exposed and more recognizable, and the "C" no longer being tilted and no longer having a large crescent shape.