Horror Channel Screambox TV Now Available On Amazon Freevee

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Amazon Freevee users can now watch Screambox TV, Cineverse’s horror-themed free, ad-supported streaming television (FAST) channel.


Those interested in horror movies and TV shows are already likely to be familiar with Screambox. The horror-themed streaming service is available in app form on a variety of platforms and devices, with monthly and annual subscription options available.

As Screambox TV is a FAST channel, it is available to watch for free and without an account. It has also now arrived on Freevee, offering users of Amazon’s free streaming service an additional way to access the horror channel and all of its content.


Unlike the standalone Screambox streaming service, Screambox TV is a linear channel, providing viewers with hundreds of hours of Screambox content each month, including Screambox exclusives, originals, and curated horror movies and TV shows.

We’re thrilled to bring the thrills of SCREAMBOX TV to an even wider audience with our launch as a FAST channel on Amazon Freevee,” said Tom Owen, Managing Director, Bloody Disgusting/Cineverse. “SCREAMBOX has firmly established itself as a premier horror streaming brand and our goal is to continue its exponential growth while making top-quality horror entertainment accessible to more fans than ever before.

Screambox TV joins the many other Cineverse-owned FAST channels that are already available to watch through Freevee, including The Bob Ross Channel, Dove Channel, Docurama, The Joy of Painting, and RetroCrush, among others.

Earlier this year, Screambox TV was added to Philo as part of a large free channel drop that also included The Bob Ross Channel, Comedy Dynamics, Cowboy Way, and Outside.

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