How to watch Plex TV outside the US

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What is Plex TV, and how can I watch it?

Plex has been around for quite some time, but this year it’s had quite a face lift.

The idea of Plex was always to provide a server system for users to store their own media content—locally—then stream it to their devices via an app created for almost all devices and platforms, wherever they were in the world.

The interface is streets ahead of similar services, and so are the number of features you can take advantage of. In May 2020, Plex launched a streaming service, loaded with content from some pretty big names.

With over 80 channels to choose from, there’s always something on. The selection of on-demand movies and TV shows are currently provided by partners Warner Bros, MGM, Lionsgate, Legendary, Magnolia Pictures, and Crackle, but expect that list to keep growing as time goes on. The line-up at launch is impressive, and with a service that’s only set to grow, life is looking good at Plex.

What’s better still, all of Plex TV’s supplied content is free, paid for in typical ad-supported fashion offered by similar streaming services.

It’s not just TV, though, on the Plex list of media to conquer. The existing server platform has long managed video, photos, podcasts, music and more into its user’s personal libraries, and now it plans the same for their own streaming media service.

Look out for more on-demand TV shows and movies, as well as podcasts, music, news, web shows and a whole lot more. Plex is undoubtedly doing things a little differently to its competitors, offering users many more facilities than selling some straightforward viewing.

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