Frndly TV Adds Laff and Court TV to Lineup





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.

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