Good point. I looked last night on my NowTV box (Roku) my Amazon Prime stick and on my Sony Android TV's Play store app with no britbox apps on either. I don't really want to watch it on my PC connected to my TV as the screen settings on my TV are for PC only and are to bright etc.So what platforms can you access this on? There didn't appear to be a Roku channel when I looked last night.
The website is particularly sparse on details and just shows Samsung, Apple TV, iPhone and Android. It also looks like you can stream on browsers as well.
Hi,but for me personally there is way too much great new stuff for me to get through, to make time to re-watch those except on an occasional basis. I'm certainly not paying for it.
I'm struggling to find good new stuff, just wondered what you are watching.
My definition of good might not be the same as yours. Mostly US stuff like the Mandelorian and Watchmen with other bits & pieces thrown in on UK catchup or Youtube. Add to that the backlog of iTunes rentals & films plus discs and other stuff
Mandalorian, get 9.1 on IMDB so you are not alone in liking that one, Watchmen, not so good at 7.1 but we'll try a couple of each and see how we get on.
We usually watch "low brow" US series, crime stuff, and a bit of Syfi, my wife is well into US political dramas, but we'll try anything once.
I find a lot of my series by looking at Sidereel reviews, don't know if you've seen it Sidereel
I'll take a look at The Endless and iTunes, and of course keep my eyes open on here (I've mainly used AVForums for buying advice ) but now I've got my 4K TV I'll be looking for good stuff to watch.Hi
Nope. I tend to pick up new series from here and Youtube. Watchmen is probably better than Mandalorian right now but Mandalorian is still new. Both are great. As much as I am a disc person (especially 4k), I can definitely recommend iTunes for access to a lot of stuff for excellent prices. Especially as they are constantly cycling their reductions. I've picked up 4K HDR/Atmos films for a fiver while watched curiosities (things that sound interesting or I've heard of) for 99p. I've discovered some great stuff that way like the film called "The Endless".
I share your views on this, for an archival service it’s a curiosity as it’s not that archival at all, probably when the Doctor Who classics are added later this month it will get some more subscribers and that in turn might prompt a bit more content going up.Signed up to this as Samsung are offering a 3 month free deal. Have to say initial impressions very disappointing. Where's the likes of Tenko, George & Mildred, Bad Girls, Civvies, Our Friends in The North, The Lakes, etc., etc?