Tubi, Fox’s free streaming service, announced that it’s now available on LG’s Smart TV platform in Mexico, a launch it also made in the United States and Australia. After this incorporation, the television brand once again extended its catalogue of apps to the Latin American country, which already included Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and DirecTV Go, among others.
From now on, Mexican users will be able to access the platform’s library, which has more than 35 thousand films and series from more than 250 content partners, in addition to original productions from Tubi, documentaries from the FOX Alternative Entertainment brand, Bento Box Entertainment animated shows and a list of independent label movies.
During the publication of the latest financial results of the company, Lachlan Murdoch, CEO of Fox, announced that the total viewing time of Tubi grew 30% in the third quarter, compared to the same period of 2020, and that they estimate that the platform’s income will double by the end of the year. Until now, the free streaming service managed to spread to Android and iOS operating systems; but also to the Amazon Fire TV, Roku and Apple TV OTT devices, in addition to the Smart TVs of LG and others.