Pluto TV Builds on European Presence By Making Service Available Via Web Browser

Free streaming service Pluto TV announced today that is has expanded its availability in Europe, making the service available directly through the Pluto TV website in the UK, Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.

All major browsers, including Safari, Chrome, and Firefox, are compatible with Pluto TV in UK, Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. Using Pluto TV does not require a subscription. Viewers can tune into a growing library of over 100 channels in the UK without logging in. The lineup currently includes Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen channel and on demand highlights Homes Under The Hammer, Fifth Gear, Derek Acorah’s Ghost Towns, plus season one of comedy-drama Ackley Bridge. In its German-speaking markets, Pluto TV currently offers 78 live channels. To enjoy Pluto TV via web browser, users simply need to access Pluto.tv and press play.

“Pluto TV has grown consistently since it launched outside of the US two years ago. In Europe and the UK, we’ve increased both our user base and our channel offering on a monthly basis,” said Pierluigi Gazzolo, President Studios and Streaming, ViacomCBS Networks International. “Now, with browser access, anyone who wants to enjoy Pluto TV’s premium channels can do so even more easily than before. This is an important feature, as we aim to continue to grow our offering in Europe, the UK and beyond.”

In addition to web browsers, Pluto TV is available for its UK viewers via Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, Roku, Virgin Media, NowTV and as a mobile app in the App Store and Google Play Store.

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