Pluto TV continues its expansion with launch on the LG Content Store and ramps up programming slate with Yu-Gi-Oh!, Kenan and Kel, and Pluto TV Mysteries in Latam; and Filmes Suspense, Tastemade and Pluto TV Real Life in Brazil.
Pluto TV, the free streaming television service, ramps up its content offering for Latin America. Pluto TV continues expanding its reach with its most recent agreement with LG Electronics. The app is now available on the LG Content Store Latin-America for all 2018-2021 LG SmartTV models.
Starting on January 29, Pluto TV gives their channel grid yet another boost with the release of six new channels with content ranging from thriller films, children’s programming, and series marathons.
After a solid year of growth in Spanish speaking countries, Pluto TV kicks off 2021 with three new channels for fans in the region:
– Yu-Gi-Oh! (Channel 183) follows the adventures of Yugi, a high school student who has a magical secret that comes to life when he plays his favorite card game: ‘Duel Monsters’.
– For conspiracy theories fans, Pluto TV Mysteries (Channel 262) expose the truth about the best-kept secrets on.
– Nickelodeon’s smash-hit, Kenan and Kel (Channel 177), brings marathons of the two best friends on their crazy schemes to get what they want, and of course, getting into a lot of trouble along the way!
After its launch in December 2020, Pluto TV Brazil is adding three new channels to its ever-expanding grid, now totaling 30 original channels:
– Pluto TV Filmes Suspense (Channel 69), where criminals, mobsters, and spies will have you clenching your teeth at the turn of every corner.
– Pluto TV Real Life (Channel 267) will give you a first-hand look at our world and all the difficult and tense moments, with recordings of documented events such as severe hurricanes, medical mysteries, vital rescues, and border security cases.
– Tastemade (Channel 556) arrives to transport food fans on a tour of some of the best cooking shows featuring excellent meals and cocktails from around the world.
Pluto TV has more than 150 content partners in the region, including major television networks, film studios, distributors, and digital media companies, to bring its audience a robust content library with more than 20,000 hours across all genres and for all ages.