Rotten Tomatoes Channel

Rotten Tomatoes, the online source for movie and TV reviews, has launched a free 24/7 streamer, The Rotten Tomatoes Channel. Now available via The Roku Channel, it plans to expand soon to Peacock, Xumo and other multichannel streaming services

The Rotten Tomatoes Channel includes the following series.

  • Countdown — The best movies, shows, scenes, and more, according to the “Tomatometer” and entertainment experts. Here’s a sample episode:
  • The Vault — A look back at interviews, red carpet chats, games and more from the Rotten Tomatoes archives. 
  • Trailers Reloaded — Yes, it’s a show of trailers. 
  • Becoming – Hollywood stars discuss their iconic roles. 
  • Rotten Tomatoes Essentials — A look back at the movies, shows, stars and directors that defined genres and eras. 
  • Versus –Using Tomatometer scores, box office data, and more, this show promises to “settle the biggest movie and TV debates of all time.” Here’s a sample episode:
  • Oral History — Stories behind films, shows, and franchises “from the people who made them great.” 
  • Aftershow — Movie lovers, critics, and industry experts debate some of the biggest movies of recent times. 
Rotten Tomatoes Channel
  • Rotten Tomatoes is Wrong — This video version of a weekly podcast goes “deep on some of the most beloved – and despised – movies and shows ever made.” 
  • Scene Breakdown: Filmmakers and stars break down memorable scenes of recent movies. 
  • Name the Review: “Big laughs ensue when stars are faced with some of their weirdest and harshest reviews.”
  • Five Favorite Films: Filmmakers and stars discuss their all-time favorite movies. 

You can tune in to The Rotten Tomatoes Channel right now here.

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About Les Luchter

Les Luchter is a former managing editor of Multichannel News, editor-in-chief of Cable Marketing, and news editor of Broadcast Week.

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