North America’s largest streaming service for British and international television is now available in India, Australia, New Zealand, Spain, South Africa, Scandinavia, the Caribbean, and more South American countries.
“Acorn TV is doing phenomenally well in North America, so we’re thrilled to continue to take the Acorn TV experience globally with 30 new countries. We are excited for global fans of British and international drama and mystery to discover the wonders of Acorn TV with addictive series featuring stellar acting, beautiful settings, and gripping storylines.” – Matthew Graham, SVP and GM for RLJ Entertainment’s Acorn TV
Acorn TV, North America’s most popular streaming service for British and international television, earlier this month became available in thirty new countries, including Australia, New Zealand, India, South Africa, ten European countries, more South American countries, as well as ten Caribbean countries.
Viewers can now visit acorn.tv to subscribe and watch Acorn TV, or easily access Acorn TV via apps on Apple TV, Android, iPhone, iPads, and Roku streaming players. The programs will be in English-language with English and Spanish subtitles available.
Launched stateside and in Canada, in 2011 the service quickly became the leader in North America for premium entertainment from British and international television, Acorn TV expanded internationally in June 2018 to twelve Latin American countries and continues to rapidly expand worldwide.
Acorn TV’s international offering will add new programs each week and currently features a wide assortment of British and international television, including the first eight series of ITV comedy-drama Doc Martin, Irish detective drama Jack Taylor, Benedict Cumberbatch in the British drama The Last Enemy, Daniel Craig in wartime drama Sword of Honour, the complete BBC series of the original Poldark, Aussie cop drama East West 101, British period drama The Bletchley Circle, Lynda La Plante’s The Commander and Above Suspicion, miniseries The Secret Agent anddrama Traffik. There are also documentaries like Britain’s Bloodiest Crown and Britain’s Bloodiest Dynasty.