As part of its commitment to ensuring user convenience, the South Korean multinational electronics company, Samsung is pleased to announce today that it is bringing a wide range of new premium content to its Samsung TV Plus service, along with a fresh redesign of the platform’s logo.
According to the Korean tech giant, It’s TV Plus is set to unveil a host of new programs under a new brand logo. This raft of premium content will grant users all around the world access to diverse, high-quality TV shows. Likewise, the brand is also expanding compatibility with this TV service to even more of its devices.
Samsung TV Plus New Logo
According to the firm, its cross-device capabilities are reflected in the new Samsung TV Plus logo, which features a blue and orange logo design on a black background for better visibility.
The new Samsung TV Plus UI will also be offered in a Dark Theme with improved visibility, matching the color scheme of the company’s redesigned logo. Users can more quickly explore channel lists, suggested programs, and what’s currently on.
Samsung TV Plus New Premium Contents
The electronics behemoth, Samsung TV Plus, will also be announcing several new programming collaborations in addition to the redesigned logo. Top Gear, Law & Order Special Victims Unit, NCIS, and another well-known programming will be available in the US, and viewers may take advantage of the first-ever trailer debut for Demi Lovato’s next music video.
The 2022 season of America’s Got Talent as well as all prior seasons from 2019 to the present are only available to viewers in the U.K. on Samsung TV Plus. The season finale, which is scheduled to air in September, will eventually be included in this as well.
Additionally, Das Boot, the first TV series made solely in 8K for Samsung TV Plus in Germany, debuted there. It was created by Bavaria Fiction for Sky in collaboration with Samsung Electronics Germany, and starting in 2020, Samsung TV Plus subscribers will be able to view it on Samsung Neo QLED 8Ks.
Meanwhile, the first unique, owned and operated (O&O) channels for Samsung TV Plus subscribers in Australia and New Zealand have been introduced. These provide worldwide competitions and reality shows on their Entertainment Hub channel, as well as fan favorites from the 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s, which are gathered under the umbrella channel Throwback TV.
As Samsung continues to fortify its partnership with channel partners like Discovery, Republic TV, Aaj Tak, Mastiii, Q TV, Pitaara, and Balle, fans of Samsung TV Plus in India can now enjoy even more content from some of the top national and regional channel partners. Follow TechGenyz for more updates.