Pluto TV launches in Brazil in December

ViacomCBS announced on Wednesday that Pluto TV, its recently launched AVOD OTT in Latin America, will be available in Brazil in December this year, with the launch of 24 new curated streaming channels. Pluto TV will be available on all mobile, web and connected TV streaming devices.

‘Following the launch of Pluto TV in Latin America earlier this year, the service has quickly attracted millions of viewers in a short period of time, and we are incredibly proud of its performance’, said Juan Carlos Acosta, President of ViacomCBS Networks Americas. ‘As ViacomCBS Networks International continues to expand its streaming presence globally, the expansion of Pluto TV furthers this mission and enables audiences in Brazil to enjoy premium streaming content entirely for free’, he added.

 The channel lineup will include Pluto TV Cine Sucessos,  Pluto TV Cine Comédia, Pluto TV Cine Drama, Pluto TV Cine Terror, Pluto TV Séries, Pluto TV Retrô, MTV Pluto TV, Pluto TV Anime, Pluto TV Investiga, Pluto TV Natureza, Pluto TV Junior, Nick Jr. Club, Pluto TV Kids, and Nick Clássico.

 In addition, Pluto TV will offer a movie catalog for Brazilian audiences, including Babel (starring Brad Pitt), Blue Jasmine (starring Cate Blanchett), Underworld (starring Kate Beckinsale), The Big Wedding (starring Diane Keaton and Robert DeNiro), Blue Valentine (starring Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams), Burnt (starring Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller), Mud (starring Matthew McConaughey), The Paperboy (starring Nicole Kidman and Matthew McConaughey),  Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (starring Will Ferrell), Snowpiercer (starring Chris Evans), Transporter 3 (starring Jason Statham) and classic Star Trek movies.  

 In Latin America, Pluto TV currently features 46 live and original channels and on-demand movies in partnership with major TV networks, movie studios, publishers, and digital media companies, from all genres and for all ages. Globally, Pluto TV reaches 33M monthly active users, as officially reported by ViacomCBS.