Tubi Expands Canadian Offering, Introducing 40+ FAST Channels

Tubi is expanding its Canadian offering by launching over 40 new FAST Channels. This includes the addition of CrimeTime, Kartoon Channel, PGA Tour, and more.

The ad-supported video platform is further leveraging on-demand content, providing Canadians even more options to choose from. Tubi’s video-on-demand catalogue now exceeds over 150,000 movies and TV episodes. This includes the many Tubi Originals.

“Tubi is the leading and fastest growing fully-free, ad-supported, streaming service for movies and TV in Canada,” Adam Lewinson, Chief Content Officer at Tubi says. “As more viewers embrace ad-supported streaming, we’re proud to add to our best-in-class on-demand experience with linear channels that offer lean-back viewing as well as live news and sports.”

In addition, Tubi is continuing to add new titles to its library. Coming soon, Tubi’s catalogue will see the arrival of John Wick, John Wick 2, and Saw in October. Next month, be on the lookout for The Equalizer, and The DaVinci Code trilogy. Finally, The Men in Black franchise arrives on Tubi in December.

Check out the full list of channels available on Tubi in Canada:

  • America’s Dumbest Criminals
  • Circle
  • CrimeTime
  • Deal or No Deal USA
  • Dr. G: Medical Examiner
  • Fear Factor USA
  • FilmRise Black TV
  • FilmRise Horror
  • FilmRise True Crime
  • Filmrise Westerns
  • Forensic Files
  • Four in a Bed
  • Gardening with Monty Don
  • Great British Menu
  • HauntTV
  • Hi-Yah!
  • HistoryTime
  • Homeful
  • Hunter
  • Kartoon Channel
  • Midsomer Murders
  • MotorTrend FAST TV
  • MrBeast
  • Mystery Science Theater 3000
  • NHRA
  • Nosey
  • Outside
  • Racing America
  • Real Madrid
  • So…Real
  • The Biggest Loser
  • The Bob Ross Channel
  • The Carol Burnett Show
  • The Johnny Carson Show
  • The Rifleman
  • Top Rank Classics
  • TWN Elements
  • Unsolved Mysteries
  • Waypoint TV
  • Wipeout Xtra
  • Women’s Sports Network

Tubi FAST Channels are rolling out to select devices in Canada. Users can access the experience on Amazon Fire TV and Amazon Fire tablet, iPhone iPad, Apple TV, Bell Fibe TV, Hisense, LG Smart TV, Microsoft Store on Windows and Xbox, Rogers, Roku, Sony TV, and on the web.

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