Two months after reaching an agreement, it looks like there’s already trouble in paradise. Cablevision and Viacom are going to court over a packaging of low rated networks. The issue here is obtaining access to juggernauts ratings such as Nickelodeon, MTV, and Comedy Central. Cablevision must also support up to a dozen lesser-watched channels which hurt their overall brand. The antitrust lawsuit could be a landmark decision going forward to monitor the way cable providers reach terms for packaged channels. The case was filed in New York, stemming from a mutual contract agreed to over the winter.