FilmStruck Does Android TV

New SVOD for film aficionados adds another streaming platform
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FilmStruck, Turner’s new SVOD service for film aficionados, has expanded access to Android TV, an operating system that works with certain Sony Bravia TVs, the Xiaomi Mi Box and Nvidia Shield, among other devices.

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FilmStruck is currently supported on Google Chromecast adpaters, including the new Chromecast Ultra, Apple TV (4th generation), Amazon Fire TV devices, Web browsers, and iOS and Android mobile devices.

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The service is set to launch on several additional platforms in the coming months, including Roku players, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles.

FilmStruck, managed by Turner Classic Movies in partnership with the Criterion Collection, currently sells three subscription tiers – a baseline offering for $6.99 per month, a version that adds The Criterion Channel for $10.99 per month, and an annual subscription of FilmStruck and The Criterion Channel for a discounted rate of $99 per year.

FilmStruck hasn't announced subscriber numbers, but said that the service has exceeded subscriber projections, with most users selecting the premium tier of service, and is experiencing a "very low churn rate."