Live TV streaming service Frndly TV on Tuesday said it added two channels to its lineup, Laff and Court TV.
Laff is a comedy-centric channel owned by E.W. Scripps and boasts classic comedy sitcoms such as Alf, Home Improvement and That ’70s Show. Court TV, meanwhile, is another Scripps-owend network focused on true crime programs, legal analysis, and other court-related shows.
Frndly bill itself as a source for “feel-good, quality TV” at an affordable price, with channels ranging from Game Show Network to A&E. Subscribers will now get two more channels to watch.
Frndly costs $7.99 a month for the basic plan, $9.99 for the classic plan, and $11.99 a month for the premium tier, although you can save 21% with an annual account.