Samsung adds 8 more free channels to TV Plus: Here’s what they offer

Samsung TV Plus is a great service, which provides free access to over 200 channels. Even better, eight new channels have been added to the list as the company continues to expand its offerings.

Samsung launched TV Plus in 2016 and since then it has evolved the service by adding more and more channels. Although you can enjoy some of the channels available on Samsung TV Plus via cable, many focus on specific types of content or shows.

Which channels are included in Samsung TV Plus?


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The new channels Samsung is adding to Télé Plus are already available for streaming on the platform. Here are the latest additions:

  • antiques tour: Antiques Roadshow UK guests set off across Britain in search of the best hidden gems, visiting stunning places and learning fascinating stories along the way.
  • bbc food: The channel features chefs like Jamie Oliver and Nigella Lawson, who teach you their best recipes.
  • bbc home: Take a look at some of the best home improvement and garden installations in the UK.
  • classic doctor who: Watch the first seven regenerations day by day of Doctor Who. Doctor Who fans can also find tons of additional content from these sites.
  • comedy all day: If you ever feel sad, Comedy All Day will put a smile on your face as it runs a variety of sitcoms across the US and UK.
  • fuse beat: This is a streaming television channel that focuses on black culture and entertainment.
  • Operation Repose: Taking possession of a car is no easy task, as we’ll find out by following this team in California’s San Fernando Valley.
  • Vivo 2K: The channel brings back some of the most notable artists of the early 2000s, bringing back all your favorite songs.

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How to Access Samsung TV Plus

Samsung TV Plus is integrated with Samsung TVs sold in many countries. The service is also available on Samsung’s Galaxy range of smartphones and tablets and online through a dedicated website.

Samsung’s streaming platform is available as a TV app in more than 25 countries, including the US, UK, Germany, Canada, Korea, France, Italy and India. However, the web version is only available in the United States.


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