Frndly TV Adding Bounce TV, Removes Curiosity Stream Channel

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Frndly TV is adding Bounce TV to its channel lineup. However, the latest addition does come at the expense of the Curiosity Stream channel, which has now been removed from the live TV streaming service.

While Frndly TV has not specified exactly when Bounce TV will be added, the company did state that it will become available soon. With Frndly TV having added both the Laff and Court TV channels to its lineup earlier this month, the service has confirmed the addition of three new channels in 2024 already.

As mentioned, this addition has come at the expense of the Curiosity Stream channel. This is not the first time that Frndly TV has effectively swapped channels out for others. Back in October, for example, Frndly TV added Pursuit Channel and Waypoint TV to its lineup. At the same time, the Sportsman Channel and World Fishing Network channels were removed from the live TV service.

Following these latest changes, the number of channels offered by Frndly TV remain just shy of 50. Considering Frndly TV’s packages start at just $7.99 a month, the selection of channels isn’t bad, and is likely to appeal to any homes looking to save on the cost of a live TV plan, and especially those that don’t mind not having access to news and sports.

John Finn
John Finn

By John Finn

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