Today the free streaming service FilmRise announced a deal with the BBC that will add over 480 episodes from BBC studios. This will help FilmRise continue to be one of the most extensive free streaming services out there.
The package includes various series of different genres, notably 23 seasons of the critically-acclaimed, award-winning crime drama “Silent Witness;” four seasons of the Emmy-nominated “Wallander” starring Oscar® Award-winning Kenneth Branagh, Emmy®-nominated Tom Hiddleston (“The Avengers,” “Loki”), and Emmy® Award-winner David Warner (“Titanic,” “Tron”); five seasons of “Ripper Street” starring “Succession’s” Matthew Macfadyen and Jerome Flynn (“Game of Thrones”); popular sci-fi series “Primeval;” Canadian time-travel favorite “Being Erica”, and more.
Recently FilmRise also recently announced that it would add 133 free live channels to its ad-supported streaming services. This will bring the total number of live free streaming channels from FilmRise to 384 channels.
“We have been forecasting for years how FAST was going to emerge as one of the primary ways viewers consume their entertainment. Even more so, we have been diligent in having our sights on FAST’s rapid growth in the digital industry overseas. I am happy to say that we have kept our ‘eye on the prize,’ and have achieved this major global footprint in the ever-expanding and consistently changing streaming business.”
Some of the FilmRise free channels launched so far include channels such as Forensic Files, FilmRise Action, FilmRise Western, FilmRise True Crime, FilmRise Free Movies, The Rifleman, Hell’s Kitchen/Kitchen Nightmares, Unsolved Mysteries, FilmRise Black TV, 21 Jump Street, FilmRise Anime, FilmRise British TV, The Dick Van Dyke Show, Unsolved Mysteries, Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction, Cheaters, Unspeakable, Heartland, World’s Most Evil Killers and FilmRise Family.
FilmRise offers over 50,000 licensed and originally produced scripted and unscripted feature films and television episodes across all genres
FilmRise is available on a wide range of devices, including Roku, Samsung TV Plus, Fire TV, LG, and more. You can also find FilmRise on their website HERE.