Pluto TV Will Soon Lose Its Free 24/7 James Bond Movie Channel


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Do you love James Bond Movies? Well if you hurry you can catch a huge collection of James Bond movies for free on Pluto TV. The bad news is starting on January 1st, 2020 the 24/7 James Bond channel and on-demand James Bond Movie will be leaving Pluto TV.

With the James Bond Pluto TV 007 channel, you will find a rotation of 18 Bond films. Viacom is using this new channel to promote the new James Bond movie that will be coming on April 8th, 2020.

The Pluto TV app is completely free and features more than 200 channels that are always changing. Pluto TV is currently available on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, iOS, and Android. When Viacom bought Pluto TV, the company added Viacom content, along with building partnerships with major networks. You can now watch content from channels including Nick, Nick Jr., MTV, and Comedy Central for free, along with curated channels from CNN, NBC News, CBSN, the NFL, and more. You can find our full review of Pluto TV HERE.

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