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A+E Networks launch new channels looking at crime, mystery and war

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A+E Networks launch new channels looking at crime, mystery and war

A+E Networks EMEA continues its expansion by launching its three FAST channels on Samsung TV Plus, the ad-supported video-on-demand streaming service.

Samsung TV Plus’ customers will have free access to A+E Networks EMEA’s programming library for its three curated channels: Inside Crime, Mystery TV, and World War TV.

Inside Crime goes behind the headlines of the world’s most notorious crimes, opening the door to real-life crime scenes, police archives, and courtrooms, inviting viewers to piece together the clues, examine the evidence and uncover the truth. The channel features hit series, including Crimes That Shook Britain, Britain’s Darkest Taboos and What the Killer Did Next.

Mystery TV delves into the world of the explained and the supernatural, featuring aliens, UFOs, and more, and lifts the lid on government secrets, conspiracies, and cover-ups. Featured titles include Weird or What? with William Shatner, Top Secret UFO Projects Declassified and Strangest Things.

World War TV explores the conflicts which brought us to the brink of disaster and the superpower stand-offs that imperil our world today.

Content highlights include WW2 Treasure Hunters, featuring Suggs and WW2 detectorist Stephen Taylor, Rise, and Fall: The Turning Points of WW2, Architects of Darkness, and Hitler’s Gold. The new partnership with Samsung TV Plus follows A+E Networks EMEA’s launches on Amazon Freevee and Pluto TV.

Julie Mitchelmore, VP of Digital at A+E Networks EMEA

“Samsung TV Plus is a leading free ad-supported platform, and through our partnership, even more fans can now enjoy quality programming from our strong A+E Networks EMEA programme catalogue, demonstrating how popular our true crime, mystery, and world war content is.” 

Samsung TV Plus is pre-installed on 2016-2023 Samsung Smart TVs. There are no fees, no credit cards, or subscriptions required. Users can open the app for instant access to news and entertainment channels.

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