Samsung Adds 8 More Free Channels to TV Plus: Here’s What They Offer

Samsung’s TV Plus service is actively growing with eight new channels in its catalogue. The platform now has over 200 channels you can access for free.

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Samsung TV Plus is a pretty awesome service, offering free access to over 200 channels. Even better, eight new channels have been added to the list as the company continues to expand its offering.

Samsung launched TV Plus back in 2016 and has since evolved the service by adding more and more channels. While you can enjoy some of the channels available on Samsung TV Plus on cable, many focus on specific types of content or shows.

What Channels Are Landing on Samsung TV Plus?

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The new channels that Samsung is adding to TV Plus are already available to stream across the platform. Here are the latest additions:

  • Antiques Road Show: The hosts of Antiques Roadshow UK go hunting for the coolest hidden treasures across Britain, visiting some stunning locations and learning fascinating stories along the way.
  • BBC Food: The channel brings chefs like Jamie Oliver and Nigella Lawson to the screen, teaching you their best recipes.
  • BBC Home: Take a look at some of the UK’s best home renovation and garden setups.
  • Classic Doctor Who: Watch Doctor Who’s first seven regenerations day in and day out. Doctor Who fans can also get a ton more content from these sites.
  • Comedy All Day: If you’re ever feeling down, Comedy All Day will put a smile on your face, streaming a variety of sitcoms from the United States and the United Kingdom.
  • fuse beat: This is a streaming TV channel that focuses on Black culture and entertainment.
  • operation repo: Car repossession is not an easy job to have, as we’ll find out following this team in the San Fernando valley over in California.
  • Vevo 2K: The channel brings back some of the most remarkable artists in the early 2000s, reminding you of all the songs you used to love.


How to Access Samsung TV Plus

Samsung TV Plus comes built-in for Samsung TVs sold in several countries. The service is also available on Samsung’s Galaxy line of smartphones and tablets and online via a dedicated website.

Samsung’s streaming platform is available in over 25 countries as a TV app, including the United States, UK, Germany, Canada, Korea, France, Italy, and India. The web version, however, is only available in the United States.

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Gabriela Vatu
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Gabriela has a Bachelor’s degree in journalism and started her career while still in school, back in 2006. She loves covering tech and streaming but doesn’t back down from new challenges, like taking on new domains.

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