Sling TV is expanding its relationship with third-party apps by offering four unrelated streaming services within its channel environment. The services which are available as separate apps on numerous streaming platforms will be integrated into the Sling TV interface along with normal linear channels.
The new entries will be in addition to CuriosityStream ($3 per month), Stingray Karaoke ($7 per month), Dove Channel ($5 per month), Outside TV Features ($5 per month), UP Faith & Family ($5 per month), Pantaya ($6 per month) and NBA League Pass ($28.99 per month).
As of right now, Sling TV is the only streaming service that is working in third-party services into its billing and interface. Other allow for users to sign up and pay for premium channels via their billing but do not build them into one place.
Learn about the new services here.
- CONtv ($5 per month) offers shows and movies for Comic Con fans, ranging from sci-fi, horror, anime, martial arts, cult, retro-cartoons and grindhouse to original series, including 80s movies like “21 Jumpstreet,” cult classics like “Night of the Living Dead,” and martial arts films like “Rumble in Hong Kong.”
- Docurama ($5 per month) offers a curated collection of documentary films and TV shows, such as Academy Award nominee “Waste Land,” “Chasing Ice,” “Samsara” and “Gangster Empire.”
- Grokker ($7 per month) offers on-demand yoga, fitness, meditation and cooking classes, taught by expert instructors, such as “Yoga Basics” and “Pilates Sculpt.”
- Here TV ($8 per month) offers authentic, uncensored, award-winning LGBTQ movies, series, documentaries and short films like “Broke Straight Boys,” “Work in Progress” and “The World Unseen.”