Pluto TV will expand its category of US Hispanic content on
May 5 with the launch of Pluto TV en espanol. With the expansion, Pluto TV will
double the amount of Spanish language channels to nearly 50.
The category, which launched as Pluto TV Latino in 2019,
will be renamed as Pluto TV en espanol. The category will include over 45
channels, including existing channels, renamed channels, and 20 all new
channels. The content will include movies, reality and scripted series, news,
novelas, anime and more with select titles available on-demand, with a mix of
original Spanish and content dubbed into Spanish.
“In 2019, we introduced a dedicated category for US
Hispanics offering thousands of hours of free, Spanish-language, premium
streaming entertainment and followed in 2020 launching Pluto TV across 17 Latin
American countries. Now, we are building on that strategy and success by
bringing even more programming, channels and genres to meet the increasing
demand for streaming throughout the U.S. Hispanic community,” said Tom Ryan,
President & CEO, ViacomCBS Streaming. “Pluto TV en español delivers the
best of both worlds, a dedicated category of nearly 50 curated channels
reflecting the multiethnic, multilingual diversity of the community alongside
an additional 200 channels of streaming entertainment in English.”
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