Perhaps the most useful thing about the new Google TV platform is the ability to collect and organize content from a variety of sources. Which ones, though? Here is a full list of streaming services that Google TV supports at launch.
Of course, Google can download content from its own services like YouTube TV and also Google TV (formerly Play Movies). Beyond that, however, there are quite a few third-party services. Big players like Disney +, Hulu and HBO Max are included, and NBC’s Peacock. The complete list of services can be found below as provided by Google.
- Amazon Prime Video
- CBS All Access
- Comedy Central
- DC Universe
- Disney NOW
- Disney +
- Epix now
- Fox now
- Google Play Movies (now Google TV)
- HBO Go
- HBO Max
This list of supported streaming services is likely to expand over time, so we’ll keep an eye on changes on Google TV and update this article accordingly.
Update: Apple TV went live on Chromecast with Google TV earlier this month, and as such, Google TV has some limited integration with the service. The new Chromecast now shows Apple TV + originals like Ted Lasso and For All Mankind with a button to start the show / movie directly from search. You can also add this content to your watchlist.
However, Apple TV + integration on Google TV is limited to Chromecast. Using the Google TV app on a phone still shows some Apple TV + content as “unavailable.” Since content from Apple TV + is also completely original, Google’s aggregation features do not go through the library. We will update this article if the situation changes.
The Google Play Movies and TV app that this new platform replaces had a similar feature to Google TV by finding content on a variety of services, but it was not very widely used. By integrating with your parent Google Watchlist and being placed directly on your TV, Google TV has a much better chance of supporting this feature.
Google TV is available on your TV first on the new Chromecast and is now rolling out on Android smartphones.
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