Disney’s FX closing add-on streaming service

Published on Jul 12, 2019

The Us pay TV network is expected to feed content to sister streamer Hulu instead.

Disney-owned FX is shutting down its fledgling add-on streaming service FX+, apparently in preparation for a closer collaboration between the Us pay TV network and streaming service Hulu, now also controlled by Disney.

Launched in 2017, FX+ allows pay TV customers with access to the ad-supported FX linear channel to pay an additional $6 (£5) a month to watch the network’s original series without ads through an app. Among the 1,400 episodes available through the service are past and current FX originals such as The Shield, American Horror Story

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Author: John Hazelton