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What is Tubi? The Fox Corp-owned streaming service explained

Everything we know about the UK's newest streaming service


Another day, another streaming service is vying for your attention in the highly competitive market. This time, it’s the turn of Tubi, a Fox Corporation owned streaming platform that offers free, ad-supported content.

Tubi isn’t exactly new. It’s been available in the US, Mexico and more locations for a while now. However, now, Tubi is now available in the UK, and that means competing with the likes of Netflix, BBC iPlayer and more. But what is it? Is it worth your time, and how does it compare to the big dogs? Read on to find out.

What is Tubi?

Much like its rivals, Tubi is a free, ad-supported streaming service owned by the Fox Corporation. It’s a direct rival to the likes of Netflix, Disney+, Prime Video and Apple TV+, and has launched in the UK as of 2 July.

The service is already available in the US, where Fox says it has almost 80 million monthly active users. For UK viewers, says Fox, Tubi will offer more than 20,000 films and TV episodes. This will include on-demand content from Disney, Lionsgate, NBCUniversal and Sony Pictures Entertainment, Paramount, MGM and more. Tubi also produces its own original content.

Where will it be available? And when will it arrive?


For UK citizens, Tubi is available now. So get on it.

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