Frndly TV Adds Justice Central and AccuWeather Channels

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Frndly TV has added Justice Central and AccuWeather to its channel lineup, providing subscribers with access to more crime and weather-based content.


Last week, Frndly TV confirmed that it was adding Justice Central on Monday, October 9th, and as part of a series of channels that have arrived recently. After adding Pursuit Channel and Waypoint TV earlier this month, MeTV+ was also added to the lineup.

Now, and as promised last week, Frndly TV has now added Justice Central to the lineup. At the same time, Frndly TV also seems to have added AccuWeather as well. While not formerly announced yet, a Frndly TV help page was updated today to confirm that both Justice Central and AccuWeather are now included in the channel lineup.


Following the addition of these five new channels this month, Frndly TV now offers access to around 48 channels as part of its base live TV package.

While the new channel additions are positives, there have been some other changes to Frndly TV recently. At the same time as adding Pursuit Channel and Waypoint TV, Frndly TV removed the Sportsman Channel and World Fishing Network channels.

In addition, Frndly TV is also one of the many streaming services that have increased in price in 2023. The price increase took effect in September, and impacted all packages and subscribers.


Even after the price increase, the cheapest live TV package still only costs $7.99 a month or $83.88 a year. At this price, Frndly TV remains considerably cheaper than other live TV streaming services, and a great option for any homes looking for an affordable live TV package.

John Finn

By John Finn

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