Today, the free streaming service Pluto TV announced it’s expanding into Brazil, bringing thousands of hours of Portuguese language content. Pluto TV launched with 27 channels featuring curated content in Portuguese, including three seasonal Pop-up channels for the holidays, with three more channels launching next week. Pluto TV is set to reach 60 channels by the end of 2021, featuring movies, series, reality shows, anime, lifestyle, competitions, nature, police, and children’s content all for free with no subscription needed
“VCNI remains focused on bringing our world-class streaming services to markets around the world,” said Kelly Day, President of Streaming, ViacomCBS Networks International. “Earlier this year, we launched Pluto TV in Latin America and as we continue to build on its success in the region, we fully expect Pluto TV to become a powerhouse streaming entertainment offering in Brazil, where there is already tremendous appetite from audiences for ad-supported premium television.”
“We are excited to expand Pluto TV to Brazil after our successful launch earlier this year in the rest of Latin America,” said JC Acosta, President of ViacomCBS International Studios & Networks Americas. “This accomplishment is a testament to the tremendous teamwork and our shared commitment to accelerate our digital and streaming businesses.”
This new addition comes to Pluto’s global audience that spans three continents and 24 countries in the US, Europe, and Latin America. Currently, Pluto TV reaches nearly 36 million monthly active users.