Turner’s FilmStruck movie-subscription service comes to Apple TV

“FilmStruck, Turner’s subscription movie service for film fans, is now available on fourth-generation Apple TV set-tops,” Todd Spangler reports for Variety.

“FilmStruck, which launched Nov. 1 after a two-week delay, offers hundreds of current and classic arthouse, indie, foreign and cult films and is the exclusive streaming home to the Criterion Collection,” Spangler reports. “Apple TV joins the service’s lineup of other devices, including Amazon Fire TV and iOS and Android devices, and it’s also available on the web. Turner says it plans to add FilmStruck access for Roku devices and Google Chromecast in early 2017, followed by Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Xbox One later in the year.”

“The service, managed by Turner Classic Movies (TCM), is available only in the U.S. initially. Pricing starts at $6.99 per month without the Criterion Channel, and $10.99 monthly with the Criterion Channel,” Spangler reports. “Turner also is offering an annual subscription of $99 per year for FilmStruck including the Criterion Channel.”

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    1. The 3rd generation doesn’t have an app store. The only 3rd party apps that you’ll find for the 3rd generation are ones where they partnered with Apple. Sorry, but don’t expect any more of them. You might consider selling your 3G (while you still can) and buying a 4G (or asking Santa).

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