FilmRise has hit a significant milestone as the company confirmed 384 FAST channels on streaming platforms in 2023, both domestically and internationally, including 18 new channels that just launched in the past month across Google TV, LG, Rakuten, Plex, and Vizio, solidifying FilmRise’s far-reaching footprint in the streaming universe.
Danny Fisher, CEO of FilmRise, made the announcement. “We have been forecasting for years how FAST was going to emerge as one of the primary ways viewers consume their entertainment. Even more so, we have been diligent in having our sights on FAST’s rapid growth in the digital industry overseas. I am happy to say that we have kept our ‘eye on the prize’ and have achieved this major global footprint in the ever-expanding and consistently changing streaming business,” she stated.
FilmRise has achieved 90% global reach on connected devices with a combination of branded APPS and curated and single IP FAST channels on all the major CTV device manufacturers, including Roku, Samsung TV Plus, Fire TV, and LG, among others. The company currently has 251 FAST channels live, with 192 FAST Channels in North America, 53 in Europe, and 6 in LATAM, and plans to launch an additional 133 FAST channels across platforms, including Freevee, Vizio, Plex, Sling, and Rakuten within the next few months.
The FilmRise FAST Channels launched to date include a robust offering of both single IP and curated channels, such as Forensic Files, FilmRise Action, FilmRise Western, FilmRise True Crime, FilmRise Free Movies, The Rifleman, Hell’s Kitchen/Kitchen Nightmares, Unsolved Mysteries, FilmRise Black TV, 21 Jump Street, FilmRise Anime, FilmRise British TV, The Dick Van Dyke Show, Unsolved Mysteries, Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction, Cheaters, Unspeakable, Heartland, World’s Most Evil Killers, and FilmRise Family.