India’s Eros Now, featuring Bollywood movies, music videos and TV shows, is now available on Apple TV in addition to the web, smartphone apps, iPad, Android TV, Samsung, Chromecast and Amazon Fire TV.
Eros Now boasts a movie library of over 3,000 films and 37 million registered users worldwide. Basic service is free and includes a limited number of titles, sans subtitles; the premium service, in HD with subtitles and “unlimited” content, costs $7.99 per month, with yearly discounts available.
In other international news, Canada’s CraveTV has signed deals with Warner Bros. International Television, Sony Pictures and Entertainment One to stream the first seasons of five upcoming U.S. broadcast series starting in the fall of 2017. The shows are Designated Survivor, Conviction, Training Day, Notorious and Time After Time.
Crave TV also announced that it would begin streaming several current Warner Bros.-distributed shows this fall: Blindspot, Lucifer, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, The Detour and Angie Tribeca.
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