Tubi Bringing 100 New Original Titles to Its Fox-Owned Streaming Service Over the Next Year

Two years after its launch, the free streaming service Tubi has announced that they are introducing a slate of original programming, planning 100 new film and TV titles over the next year as viewership continues to rise. The ad-supported streamer has been increasingly integrated into Fox’s operations and has more than doubled its viewership since its start. It offers streaming access after linear premiere for many of the top shows on the Fox broadcast network.

The new originals will join a library of more than 40,000 film and TV titles, which Tubi says is No. 1 among all free AVODs. Deadline reports, “Among the new arrivals are a comedy called Classmates, directed by Danielle Fishel, who starred on Boy Meets World. Recent forays into horror, Black cinema and holiday fare are getting a new boost.”

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Tubi is also expanding its linear offerings in the burgeoning category of free, ad-supported television, or FAST. Joining the existing lineup of more than 100 24-7 channels are showcases for The Masked Singer, TMZ and Studio Ramsay Global’s Gordon Ramsay, along with Tubi Originals and Tubi en Español.

Are you looking forward to new original content from free streamer, Tubi?