Corus Entertainment announced today a new multi-channel television package called STACKTV, featuring 12 top-tier linear networks, as part of Amazon’s upcoming Prime Video Channels launch. Available soon to Prime members in Canada, STACKTV offers top entertainment, drama, lifestyle and kids’ television channels, delivering audiences the latest episodes of hit series live and on-demand.
The channel offerings at launch include animation destinations Adult Swim, Teletoon, Treehouse and YTV, as well as Global, Food Network Canada, HGTV Canada, W Network, HISTORY Slice, Showcase and National Geographic.
“Canadians rely on Corus for powerhouse brands and hit series, and STACKTV is another way we’re working with new distributors to deliver our diverse portfolio of premium broadcast content to new audiences,” said Doug Murphy, President and Chief Executive Officer, Corus Entertainment. “We know that choice and accessibility are important for our viewers, and working with Amazon through Prime Video Channels allows Corus to extend its reach to new viewers, giving them the live and on-demand content from the channels they love.”
New and returning favorites available through STACKTV include highly anticipated animated series Rick and Morty from Adult Swim and ever-popular kids’ toons like Thomas & Friends (Treehouse), Teen Titans GO! (Teletoon) and The Loud House (YTV).
Corus also delivers beloved kids series through the Nickelodeon subscription video on-demand (SVOD) channel. Kids can watch their favourite Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. shows all day, every day, including new series Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, returning favorites Dora and Shimmer and Shine, and beloved classics like SpongeBob SquarePants and Rugrats, as well as specials like SpongeBob: The Legend of Boo-kini Bottom.
The STACKTV package will be available to Amazon Prime members in Canada for an additional $12.99 per month, and the Nickelodeon SVOD channel will be available for $5.99 per month, plus applicable taxes. Prime Video Channels will be available via the existing Prime Video app across numerous devices, learn more at www.primevideo.com.