Shout! Factory Launches Streaming Service


Multi-platform entertainment company Shout! Factory has unveiled a new, branded digital streaming service: Shout! Factory TV. The announcement was made by founders Richard Foos, Bob Emmer and Garson Foos.

SFTV will be available across a variety of screens and platforms, online at and on mobile, tablets and connected TV, with an initial rollout on Roku. The service features highest quality available video for all titles, free-to-consumer ad-supported content, original videos and special bonus featurettes, and live programming stunts.

Shout! Factory TV’s programming gives viewers access to a distinctive library curated from Shout!, Westchester Films, Timeless Media Group, Scream Factory, major studios, indie producers and other sources worldwide. The 2,500+ hours of movies and TV episodes include animated comedy Home Movies, Kevin Smith: SModimations, a Gerry Anderson collection (eps. from Thunderbirds, Stingray, Captain Scarlet, Fireball XL5, Joe 90  and Supercar) and over 30 episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000, to start.

Home Movies

Home Movies

  • Sverber

    Ah yes, yet another streaming service with very little content, and stupid geographical restrictions