Plex Teams Up With Lionsgate For a New Free Streaming Service

Recently we learned that Plex and Warner Bros. has teamed up for a new ad-supported free streaming service. Now Plex has announced that they’ve partnered with Lionsgate to bring some of its content to Plex’s new free streaming service.

“Lionsgate is one of the biggest names in the business and we know our millions of users will enjoy free access to their library of movies,” said Keith Valory, CEO of Plex. “Plex caters to the most passionate and discerning media lovers all over the world, so it is important for us to be able to bring great content like this together in one beautiful app for all of our users across the globe.”

According to Plex, it plans to launch its new, free, ad-supported streaming service later this year. Plex says they are currently engaged with other partners to secure additional content agreements ahead of the launch of the new streaming service.

This new, free, ad-supported movie service is one more great option for cord cutters to find free movies on a service they may already be using. This Lionsgate content will be added to Plex later this year, but no exact date has been announced.

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