All The New Google TV Channels Added Today

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Earlier today, Google expalined that the Google TV channels lineup had grown, thanks to the addition of “more than 25 new free channels.” At the time, Google didn’t say exactly how many channels were added, or exactly which ones were added.


For those that do want to know exactly what’s new, here is the full list of every channel added to Google TV today.

  • Anger Management
  • Antiques Roadshow
  • Are We There Yet
  • Baywatch
  • BBC Earth
  • BBC Food
  • BBC Home & Garden
  • BritBox Mysteries
  • Classic Doctor Who
  • Demand Africa
  • Easy Listening
  • Game Show Central
  • Historias de Amor
  • Impossible
  • KokoWA
  • Lo Mejor de Telemundo
  • Motortrend
  • Murder She Wrote
  • Newsmax
  • PBS Antiques RoadShow
  • Remember the 80s
  • Shades of Black
  • Smooth Jazz
  • The Price is Right – The Barker Years
  • This Old House
  • Top Gear
  • Universal Crime

With these 27 new additions, the number of Google TV channels has now grown beyond 100. Of course, these are only a small selection of the total number of live channels that can be accessed through Google TV’s Live tab.


In total, Google TV provides users with access to more than 800 channels, many of which are provided through third-party services like Tubi, Plex and Haystack News.

For those that missed it, Google also announced that Google TV is gaining NFL Sunday Ticket integration, making it possible for Google TV users to access games and other Sunday Ticket content directly from Google TV’s Home and Live tabs.

John Finn

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