Looking for a streaming service dedicated to French films and TV shows?
France Channel is coming to the U.S. in the next few months. The company says it wlil have more than 2,000 hours of content, including films, TV series, documentaries, animation, and live shows. It will also provide access to the France 24 news service in both French and English.
The channel will be available through the web, iOS and Android, Roku, and Struum.
Consider it Britbox for francophiles. As the streaming landscape broadens, there’s a streaming service for nearly everyone. Some other internationally focused platforms include:
- Acorn TV (British TV shows) - US$ 5,99 / mes
- BritBox (British TV shows) - $6.99 / month
- Eros Now (Bollywood entertainment) - $4.99 / month
- Spuul (Bollywood entertainment) - $4.99 / month
- MHz Choice (mostly European entertainment) - $7.99 / month
- Pantaya (Spanish entertainment) - $5.99 / month
- Flix Latino (Spanish entertainment) - $2.99 / month
- KOCOWA (Korean entertainment) - $6.99 / month
- On Demand Korea (Korean entertainment) - $6.99 / month
- Viki (Asian entertainment) - $4.99 / month
- Hi-YAH! (martial arts films) - $3.99 / month
- TOKU (tokusatsu, martial arts, Chinese drama) - $3.99 / month
France Channel closed a deal with Netgem to provide the tech for its distribution platform last year. It will go live in the U.S. sometime in the second quarter of 2021.