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At Rotten Tomatoes, we’re always trying to take you beyond the score, and our new always-on streaming channel does just that with a non-stop serving of shows all about the best in movies and TV and the people who make it.
On The Rotten Tomatoes Channel, you’ll discover exclusive new premium series giving you the stories behind some of your favorite movie and TV moments; hilarious and insightful interviews and games with stars and filmmakers (Jordan Peele! The Rock! Awkwafina!); feisty and fun movie and TV debates with the sharpest minds in the biz; awesome trailers for upcoming movies and shows (as well as the chance to relive old favorites); and – of course – recommendations to ensure your watchlist stays super Fresh. (Or Rotten – sometimes we’re in the mood for some green.)
Basically: If you’re a movie and TV fan, it’s where you want to be. Any time of day.
What Is It? The Rotten Tomatoes Channel is a brand-new streaming channel that launches with 10 originally produced shows from the Rotten Tomatoes team and tons more awesome long- and short-form videos showcasing the movies and TV you love. And, of course, there’s more to come. It is our first ever linear video channel – “linear” being a fancy word for TV that’s programmed as opposed to on-demand – and runs 24 hours a day, seven days a week. So, if you want to fan out at 2am, or dip in during a muted morning Zoom call… we’re there for you.
What’s on the Channel Exactly? Everything a movie and TV fan could possibly want, if we might be so bold. In addition to what you’d expect from Rotten Tomatoes – movie and TV recommendations and guides; celebrity interviews; hilarious games; news, trailers, and scene breakdowns – you’ll find original video series. These include some fan favorites, like our hugely popular Vs. showdowns, as well brand-new shows created just for the channel. Check out some of them of the new stuff below:
Is It Free? Indeed it is.
Checked out The Rotten Tomatoes Channel? Let us know what you think of it in the comments and what you would love to see on the channel in the future.