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Warner Bros channels debut on Fox’s Tubi

Several free, ad-supported TV channels from Warner Bros Discovery are available on Fox's Tubi service. (Graphic by The Desk)
Several free, ad-supported TV channels from Warner Bros Discovery are available on Fox’s Tubi service. (Graphic by The Desk)

Fox Corporation’s free, ad-supported streaming service Tubi has rolled out more than a half-dozen linear channels with content from Warner Bros Discovery (WBD).

The channels launched this week after Fox and WBD inked a content licensing agreement to make select HBO, Warner Bros Television, Cartoon Network and other programming form WBD brands available through Tubi.

The eight WB-branded linear content channels available through Tubi are:

  • WB TV All Together (family-oriented sitcoms and dramas)
  • WB TV Crime Scenes (crime dramas and similar shows)
  • WB TV Sweet Escapes (food programming)
  • WB TV Slice of Life (documentaries and real-life programming)
  • WB TV Paws & Claws (animal-related programming)
  • WB TV Keeping it Real (reality shows and competitions)
  • WB TV Welcome Home (real estate and interior design shows)
  • WB TV Watchlist (hit dramas and other series)

Six more channels will debut on Tubi at a later, unspecified date:

  • WB TV At the Movies (movies from the 1970s to 1990s)
  • WB TV How To (home improvement and DIY programs)
  • WB TV Supernatural (sci-fi and supernatural series and movies)
  • WB TV Mysteries (shows on unexplained topics)
  • WB TV Love & Marriage (wedding-related reality shows)
  • WB TV Family Rules (family-based reality shows)

“Warner Bros. Discovery has a catalogue that TV lovers can’t get enough of and Tubi is proudly making many of these recent hits from Warner Bros. Discovery available to new audiences this month,” Adam Lewinson, the chief content officer for Tubi, said in a statement last month. “From critically acclaimed and groundbreaking to lighthearted and addicting, our new WB branded [free, ad-supported streaming television] channels and on-demand offering will speak to each of Tubi’s distinct audience communities.”

“Tubi’s innovative platform and these new channels are one more way we are bringing Warner Bros. Discovery’s vast array of content to our fans,” added David Decker the president of WBD’s content sales division. “Tubi is an incredible client, and we’re excited to expand our relationship with these new channels.”

This week, executives at Fox revealed Tubi currently has 61 million monthly active users, making it one of the fastest-growing free, ad-supported streaming platforms in the United States.

The service is available as a free download across most popular streaming TV platforms, including Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV (Googel TV) and Apple TV. Tubi is also available on smartphones, tablets and on the Tubi website.

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Matthew Keys is the publisher of The Desk and reports on the business and policy matters involving the broadcast television, streaming video and radio industries. He previously worked for Thomson Reuters, Disney-ABC, Tribune Broadcasting and McNaughton Newspapers. Matthew is based in Northern California, has won numerous awards in the field of journalism, and is a member of IRE (Investigative Reporters and Editors).