The streaming giant has launched a new streaming service to offer customers a new way to get the latest and greatest anime content.
Samsung TV has long offered the ability to stream anime through a variety of services including YouTube, but now the streaming service is expanding to offer new ways to get your favorite anime movies and TV shows.
The company launched a Roku TV service in April with access to an array of anime and manga titles including a number of popular shows like Naruto Shippuden, Dragon Ball Z Kai, Bleach, Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans, Cowboy Bebop, and more.
However, the streaming platform has been limited to providing access to a handful of popular anime titles, including Naruto Shinkengeru, Mobile Fighter G Gundam, and Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood.
While the service has limited access to certain shows, the company says the new Roku TV streaming service will provide access to up to 4 hours of anime each month.
In addition to allowing users to stream content directly from the Roku TV app, the new streaming option will also allow users to download movies and video directly to the Roku 4 device for viewing on a television.
Users can also subscribe to Samsung TV for a monthly subscription that will provide them with access the streaming app.
For the most part, the Roku streaming service has not been overly successful, as the service is currently only available on the Samsung TV Smart TV.
But with a new Roku streaming option coming to the Samsung TVs Smart TVs, Samsung hopes to be able to deliver an even better service to customers.
With the new service, the brand hopes to become a more viable alternative to other streaming services, particularly from Netflix and Amazon.