Ted Lasso can now be watched on DirecTV without the need for additional hardware. The company’s DirecTV Stream box now supports the Apple TV+ app, according to an announcement made today.
DirecTV Stream, a multipurpose device for subscribers that supports live TV, streaming apps, on-demand content, and DVR recordings, is the first device to offer Apple’s streaming network.
The device was introduced in 2020 by the satellite operator; It is included in some premium plans and is available to rent for $20 per month to subscribers. What’s more, it incorporates a controller with admittance to research Colleague.
The iPhone maker’s original content, such as Ted Lasso, Severance, and CODA, will be available in the Apple TV+ app, as will access to Apple’s larger library of rentals and purchases for movies and television series.
In addition, premium add-ons like Starz, Paramount, and AMC are supported in-app. The app is widely available on a variety of other streaming devices, including Roku, Fire TV, Google TV, and smart TVs from Samsung, LG, and other manufacturers.
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