Philo Adds MeTV+, Movies!, And Confess by Nosey Live Channels

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Philo has expanded its channel lineup for the second time in a month with the addition of MeTV+, Movies!, and Confess by Nosey. While two of the three new channel additions are now available to all subscribers at no additional cost, one requires access to an add-on.


The good for those subscribed to the standard $25 a month package is that MeTV+ has been added to the base lineup at no additional cost. This channel was also recently added to Frndly TV and is a really good option for those looking to stream additional MeTV content.

Confess by Nosey brings you the best of daytime television and has been added to Philo’s growing list of free, ad-supported streaming television (FAST) channels. As this is a FAST channel, it will also be available at no additional cost to those who signed up for the base package.


When it comes to Movies!, the American classic movies network is being added to Movies & More. The Movies & More add-on costs an additional $3 a month and, in addition to Movies!, unlocks access to content from FMC, Fandor, Reelz, Sony Movies, and HDNet Movies.

For those interested in checking any of these channels out, all three new additions can now be found in the Philo Guide, with MeTV+ listed under All channels and Confess by Nosey under Free channels. Once again, Movies! will only be visible in the live guide for those subscribed to the Movies & More add-on.

As a reminder, Philo added seven more FAST channels to its lineup at the start of October. That channel drop included Tastemade Home, Tastemade Travel, and Sony’s CINEVAULT: Murder & Mayhem, CINEVAULT: Westerns, CINEVAULT: 80s, CINEVAULT: Classics, and Game Show Central.

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