Perhaps the most useful thing about the new Google TV platform is the ability to aggregate and organize content from a variety of different sources. Which ones, though? Here’s a full list of streaming services that Google TV supports at launch.

Of course, Google can pull content from its own services such as YouTube TV and also Google TV (formerly Play Movies). Beyond that, however, are quite a few third-party services. Major players like Disney+, Hulu, and HBO Max are included, and NBC’s Peacock. The full list of services supported in the United States can be found below.

Google TV streaming services — USA

  • ABC
  • Amazon Prime Video
  • AMC
  • A&E
  • Comedy Central
  • Crackle
  • Crunchyroll/Funimation
  • DC Universe
  • Disney NOW
  • Disney+
  • Epix Now
  • Fox Now
  • FuboTV
  • Google Play Movies (now Google TV)
  • Hulu
  • HBO Go
  • HBO Max
  • History
  • Kocowa
  • Lifetime
  • MTV
  • NBC
  • Paramount+ (formerly CBS All Access)
  • Peacock
  • Philo
  • Pluto TV
  • Showtime
  • Showtime Anytime
  • Sling TV
  • Starz
  • TBS
  • The CW
  • TNT
  • Tubi TV
  • Viki/Rakuten
  • VH1
  • YouTube
  • YouTube TV

Update 10/6: Philo recently announced deeper integration with Google TV. The service has technically been supported on Google TV for quite some time, but in a very limited capacity which mainly focused on the on-demand library. Now, Philo’s $25/month channels can appear on the “Live” tab either on their own or alongside channels from YouTube TV and Sling.

This expansion comes just a couple of weeks after Crunchyroll added Google TV integration and, even more recently, Korean TV streaming service Kocowa made its arrival. Search results will now show Kocowa for supported content and there is also an option to link your account in Google TV’s settings menu.


This list of supported streaming services will likely expand over time, so we’ll keep an eye out for changes on Google TV and update this article accordingly.

Notably, some services vary from platform to platform. Netflix, for example, ripped its integration of Google TV to shreds, only to bring back its directory to Google TV on the TV, such as on the Chromecast. Apple TV+ is in a similar boat. The service’s content won’t show up in the Google TV app, but the Google TV interface on Chromecast will aggregate the service’s content.

Some services, too, can integrate with the “Live” tab on the Google TV homescreen. Apps that currently support this useful feature include YouTube TV, Sling TV, and Philo.

The Google Play Movies & TV app that this new platform replaces had a similar function to Google TV by finding content on a variety of different services, but it wasn’t very widely used. By integrating with your account-wide Google watchlist and being placed directly on your TV, Google TV has a much better chance to support this function.

Google TV is available on your TV first on the new Chromecast and is rolling out now on Android smartphones.

Note: As many have requested, we are working to better include other regions where Google TV is supported in this list. Check back soon for more and if you live in Australia, Germany, or Canada, please contact Ben Schoon!

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