Samsung TV Plus is losing these 7 channels from December 14

Samsung TV Plus, a video streaming service that’s available exclusively on Samsung’s smartphones, tablets, and TVs, allows users to watch more than 1,600 channels across the globe, totally free of cost. However, Samsung announced in a post on its community website that it will be removing seven channels from the service on December 14, 2022.

These seven channels are tvN THE K2, tvN Mine, tvN Chungil Electronics Mitsuri, tvN Street Food Fighter, tvN Grandpas Over Flowers, Chinese TV Zhangjiagang, and Mini Commandos TV. The post also says that Samsung will “add a variety of new channels every month” to the linear video streaming service, but the company hasn’t mentioned any specifics about it yet.

Back in August, Samsung revamped the TV Plus service with a new logo and animations. More importantly, it added a ton of fresh content, including The Lord of The Rings: The Rings of Power, Top Gear, Law & Order Special Victims Unit, Chicago Fire, NCIS, and more. Samsung aims to double its VoD library by 2023 in partnership with Vice Media, Lionsgate, and others.

Unlike most other video streaming services, including Discovery+, Disney+, Netflix, Prime Video, and YouTube TV, Samsung TV Plus is completely free. Users don’t need to add any credit/debit card numbers or even an email ID to use the service. Over the past few years, the service has attracted a lot of users globally.

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