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Today Fullscreen Media announced the launch of their Fullscreen Roku Channel for Roku players and Roku TVs. With the new Roku Channel Fullscreen subscribers can enjoy the latest episodes of Fullscreens freshest hits, including Shane & Friends, H8TERS, Shay Mitchell: Chapters and Psychobabble with Tyler Oakley & Korey Kuhl as well as upcoming original series PrankMe, starring Corey Fogelmanis (Girl Meets World) arriving later this year.
With a Fullscreen Media subscription of $5.99 a month you also get access to a library featuring thousands of hours of available entertainment including Chuck and Undateable (Warner Bros. TV), throwbacks such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer (20th Century Fox Television), Dawsons Creek (Sony Pictures Television), Reno 911! (Comedy Central) and blockbuster movies including Superbad, Hitch and S.W.A.T. (Sony Pictures).
Launched in April 2016, Fullscreen is a commercial-free subscription service. A division of Fullscreen Media, the service features a dynamic slate of programming that includes scripted and unscripted original shows, TV and films licensed from studio partners, as well as exclusive content from todays top creators and personalities. The service is home to original shows including The Deleted, “Magic Funhouse, Electra Woman & Dyna Girl, Jack & Dean of All Trades,” Keeping Score,” as well as breakthrough talk formats like “Shane & Friends, and “Not Too Deep with Grace Helbig, and Psychobabble with Tyler Oakley and Korey Kuhl. Fullscreen is available globally on fullscreen.com, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Roku, Android Phones and Tablets, Chromecast and via Amazon Channels. Fullscreen Media is majority owned by Otter Media, a partnership between AT&T and The Chernin Group.