Google TV: These are the 50 free English channels that the platform will have

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As this list suggests, the content that Google TV will offer will be aimed at any audience. There will be news, sports, movies, cartoons and more.

The Google TV app has been in charge of organizing —within its interface— all the streaming and audiovisual content platforms. That is, NetflixDisney +Prime VideoYouTubeApple TV, among others, can be included in one place.

However, as expected, the technology giant was not going to settle for third-party services, but also prepares its own “television” with free channels. It will first reach the United States and later the rest of the nations.

Although the company has not issued an official statement, some of the first free channels that will soon arrive on Google TV thanks to their source code have already been leaked. The latest version of the app hides the text string that says:


Enjoy 50 live TV channels without the need to subscribe, register or download”.

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Google TV channels

A promotional image is also hidden that shows part of these channels that will supposedly be available in the coming weeks. These are:

  • ABC News Live
  • America’s Test Kitchen
  • American Classics
  • The Asylum
  • Battery Pop
  • CBC News
  • ChiveTV
  • Deal or No Deal
  • Divorce Court
  • Dry Bar Comedy
  • FailArmy
  • Filmrise Free Movies
  • Hallmark Movies & More
  • It’s Showtime at the Apollo!
  • Kevin Hart’s LOL! Network
  • Love Nature
  • Maverick Black Cinema
  • MooviMex
  • Nature Vision
  • NBC News Now
  • Newsmax TV
  • Nosey
  • The Pet Collective
  • Power Nation
  • Reelz
  • Teletubbies
  • Today All Day
  • Toon Goggles
  • USA Today
  • World Poker Tour
  • Wu Tang Collection TV
  • Bad Crime TV
  • Bad Movies
  • Bad Westerns

As this list suggests, the content that Google TV will offer will be aimed at any audience. There will be news, sports, movies, cartoons, and more. If you don’t already have Google TV, you can download the mobile app or find it on your TV.

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