Netflix Rival Announces Entry to Brazil with Free Channels and Movies

Pluto TV will seek profit in the most traditional way: commercials.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A new video streaming service announced its arrival in the Brazilian market. Called Pluto TV, Netflix's competitor belongs to ViacomCBS and will offer 24 channels and movies on demand as of December 2020. The best part? It will all be free.

Funded with ads, the App will be available on cell phones, Smart TVs and the Internet.

Pluto TV will come to Brazil with movies such as Underworld, Transporter 3, Babel, Star Trek, Blue Jasmine, The Big Wedding, Blue Valentine, Burnt, Amor Bandido, Greta, Snowpiercer and Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy.

ViacomCBS is already . . .

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