Samsung TV Plus is a free, ad-supported streaming service that offers live TV channels and on-demand content for Samsung Smart TVs and Galaxy devices, including smartphones and tablets. It provides over 250 live TV channels and thousands of movies and shows, covering various genres such as news, entertainment, sports, movies, music, and more.
To access Samsung TV Plus, you don’t need to download any additional apps or subscribe to any paid plan. It is integrated into Samsung Smart TVs and available on Android 8.0 or higher Galaxy devices. The service is organized like a cable or satellite TV guide, with channels streaming content 24/7.
Some of the channels available on Samsung TV Plus include CBS News, LiveNOW from FOX, NBC News NOW, ABC News Live, and many others. Keep in mind that the channel lineup may vary depending on your location and device.
Check out other ad-supported streaming services like Pluto TV, Tubi, Sling TV, and the free tier of Peacock Channel Lineup features a limited amount of live TV content and 24/7 looping channels of non-live content.
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