Today the free streaming service Plex announced that it has tripled its year-over-year views and will be expanding in Canada. Now Plex announces that it will be doubling the number of live channels it offers in Canada.
With this move, Plex now has over 30,000 video-on-demand titles available to stream, including the recently added classic series Kung Fu from Warner Bros. Television, which originally debuted in 1972.
“The growth of Plex in Canada is a testament to our commitment to providing the best streaming experience to our audience,” said Shawn Eldridge, Vice President, Strategic Alliances and Content, Plex. “Our tripled viewership and expanded channel lineup demonstrates our ability to provide quality content to meet the diverse viewing habits of Canadians. Our collaborative efforts with distributors has enriched our content library, and we welcome new partners to join us in our mission to bring premium-quality entertainment to our audience and continue our success in the Canadian market.”
Plex is also introducing its very first owned and operated FAST channel in Canada, called Plex Picks. With Plex Picks you will find a 24/7 entertainment channel featuring movies and series spanning across different genres, including crime, horror, mystery, sci-fi and thriller. Following the launch of the channel in the U.S., Plex Picks will be available to Canadian users starting May 10 with titles including Filth, Good Time, The Witch and more available to stream.
Plex is available on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, and more.