Pluto TV has expanded their categories and added 12 new channels to the free streaming service.
Some of those include channels dedicated to “Three’s Company”, “The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson” and classic comedies and dramas like “Roseanne” and “Married with Children.”
Over the last few months, Pluto TV has been updating their streaming player and mobile apps with a brand new interface to make navigation of their hundreds of channels easier than ever. The company has now expanded their categories to make it easier to find just the content you want.
The new categories include: Movies, Entertainment, Featured, News + Opinion, Reality, Crime, Comedy, Classic TV, Home + DIY, Explore, Sports, Gaming + Anime, Music, Latino, and Kids.
Since joining with CBS, the ViacomCBS-owned Pluto TV, continues to add CBS content like “JAG” ,”America’s Next Top Model”, “Everybody Hates Chris”, and “Moesha.”
Just last month, Pluto TV shared that the ad-supported service reached 26.5 million domestic monthly active users. This is up from the 24 million active monthly users they reported last quarter and significantly higher than the 22 million they announced the previous quarter.
The streamer is projected to reach 30 million users by the end of the year. The company also revealed that Pluto reached 33 million global monthly active users.
Newly Added Pluto TV Channels
24/7 Three’s Company Episodes
The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson
24/7 Johnny Carson Episodes
OTA network featuring lifestyle experts, including “The Martha Stewart Show,” “Essence of Emeril,” “Cesar 911,” “Escape to the Country” and “Kitchen Nightmares”
A streaming art experience representing artists from around the world with hi-res visuals alongside music
24/7 The Rifleman Episodes
Offering access to a curated collection of Afrocentric TV shows, series, soaps, movies and lifestyle entertainment from Africa and the diaspora in the world
Folden era Western series as “Walker Texas Ranger,” “The Lone Ranger,”” The Real McCoys,” “Hopalong Cassidy,” “The Adventures of Champion” and “The Rifleman”
Classic TV Comedy
Featuring everything from sitcoms to star-studded variety shows, including “Married With Children,” “Dennis the Menace,” “Roseanne” and “The Dick Van Dyke Show”
Classic TV Drama
Featuring shows as “21 Jump Street,” “Sherlock Holmes” (1954) and “The Ray Bradbury Theater”;
Pluto TV Love Stories
Featuring shows as “McCleod’s Daughters,” “Failure to Launch,” “Elizabethtown” and “William & Kate”
Pluto TV Fantastic
Featuring shows as “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows,” “Monster Trucks,” “Spiderwick Chronicles” and “Stardust”; and
Pluto TV Suspense
Featuring such titles as “Escaping Polygamy,” “Killer Instinct with Chris Hansen,” “Her Infidelity” and “Murder on the 13th Floor.”