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Pluto TV Will Be Rearranging Their Channel Lineup on Monday

pluto tv logoToday Pluto TV confirmed to Cord Cutters News that starting Monday, July 1st, 2019 many of your favorite Pluto TV channels will have new channel numbers. Pluto TV says this new lineup will help users more easily find content by grouping like-channels together. When this change goes live on Monday, July 1st, 2019 you will find movie channels grouped together as well as news channels all grouped into a single area.

The good news is your favorite channels are not going away. This just means that many of them will have a new channel number starting Monday.

Here is a screenshot of some of the new Pluto TV channel numbers:

What is Pluto TV?

Pluto TV is a free streaming TV service with over 100 channels. With the Pluto app, you’ll get news, sports, movies, TV shows, viral videos, cartoons, and more.

While there is some on-demand content available, including a good selection of movies, the focus is on live TV.

You can watch Pluto TV on the following devices.

  • Roku
  • Amazon Fire TV
  • Chromecast
  • Apple TV
  • Android TV
  • Vizio Smart TVs
  • Samsung Smart TVs
  • Sony Smart TVs
  • Windows
  • Mac
  • iOS Devices
  • Android Devices

What Channels Will I Get?

Since Viacom purchased Pluto in March, the channel lineup has changed significantly with the additions of the following channels:

  • BET Pluto TV
  • Comedy Central Pluto TV
  • MTV Pluto TV
  • Nick Pluto TV
  • Nick Jr. Pluto TV
  • Spike Pluto TV
  • CMT Westerns
  • Comedy Central Stand-Up
  • MTV Dating
  • MTV Guy Code
  • MTV Teen
  • Paramount Movie Channel
  • Spike Outdoors
  • MTV’s The Hills

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