Pluto TV adds four new free channels, including 24/7 COPS

Pluto TV users will find four brand new channels in their lineup starting today, including BlazeTV (a channel dedicated to fighting back against “mainstream media”), a Japanese monster channel, and a channel devoted to streaming Cops 24/7.

BlazeTV
Located on channel 250, Blaze advertises itself as a network for people who are “pro-free speech and unapologetically pro-America.” What does that mean? It means you’ll get television that “fights back against the liberal bias of the mainstream media,” and shows content from people like Mark Levin, Glenn Beck, Steven Crowder, Dave Rubin, Phil Robertson from Duck Dynasty, Jon Miller, Sara Gonzales and more.

America’s Voice
Found on channel 247, America’s Voice News is political news, but dedicated to all sides. In an attempt to level any bias, you’ll find a multitude of opinions and fair coverage of recent events.

Spike TV’s Cops 24/7
If you’re a fan of the hit series Cops, Channel 308 is where you’ll head for 24/7 streaming of the show. Cops gives viewers access to the lives of police officers from around the nation as they patrol the streets, engage in wild chases, and tackle crime one bad guy at a time. As the name implies, this network streaming nothing but Cops all day long.

TokuSHOUTsu
Found on channel 681, TokuSHOUTsu is the home of the campy Japanese genre tokusatsu, which is filled with superheroes, monsters, and evil scientists. It’ll stream favorites like Kamen Rider that were never available in the United States before. The network will kick off with the very first episode of the show, which first aired in 1971.

If you’re not familiar with the Pluto TV app, it really should be a part of your streaming arsenal. It’s totally free, and has grown immensely since its debut in 2014. It now features over 200 channels of live content, including news, sports, comedy, movies, children’s programming and more. There’s even a NASA network and a channel devoted to cats 24/7!

While you won’t find your favorite cable channels most likely, there’s no shortage of content. While it won’t be your only streaming service, there’s no reason not to have it in your mix.

Artie Beaty