Having treated viewers with the likes of Acetrax, LOVEFiLM, Box Office 365, Muzu.TV and BBC iPlayer in its smart TV portal, Samsung announced today that it is adding one more service - the massively popular video on demand platform Blinkbox.
Blinkbox will be accessible via Samsung Apps; meaning anyone with a Samsung smart TV, home cinema system, or Blu-ray player can take advantage of this new service.
Blinkbox, which claims to be 'the UK's leading digital movie service', offers streaming movies, TV shows, trailers etc. on both a free and paid basis. Users can opt to buy content if they want unlimited, uninterrupted viewing.
Movies choices include new releases, documentaries as well as foreign language titles.The company has streaming deals with almost all major Hollywood studios such as Universal Pictures, Warner Bros, Twentieth Century Fox, the BFI, Aardman, etc.
"Our partnership with Samsung will allow us to be available to more people than ever before as well as giving our existing users a richer, more accessible viewing experience," said the Blinkbox CEO and co-founder, Michael Comish, according to a TechRadar report.