In terms of new Google TV features, the ability to combine and organise material from many sources is probably the most beneficial. However, which ones are we talking about here? The following is a complete list of Google TV’s supported streaming services at launch.
Undoubtedly Google’s own services such as YouTube TV and Google TV may be used to retrieve content (formerly Play Movies). In addition to that, there are other third-party services available. There are major players like Disney+, Hulu, HBO Max, and NBC’s Peacock in there. You’ll find a complete list of US-based services down the page.
List of Google TV’s Supported Streaming Services
- Amazon Prime Video
- Comedy Central
- DC Universe
- Disney NOW
- Epix Now
- Fox Now
- Google Play Movies (now Google TV)
- HBO Go
- HBO Max
- Paramount+ (formerly CBS All Access)
- Pluto TV
- Showtime Anytime
- Sling TV
- The CW
- Tubi TV
- YouTube TV
We expect this list of supported streaming providers to grow over time, so check back here for updates as they occur.
It’s important to note that some services differ from one platform to another. Netflix, for example, tore apart its Google TV integration only to put back its Google TV directory on the TV, such as on the Chromecast, back to life again. Apple TV+ is also in the same predicament. The content of the service will not appear in the Google TV app, but the Google TV interface on Chromecast will aggregate the material of the service.