Pluto TV is Paramount’s entry into the field of FAST channel providers and in fact it was a proof of concept that launched competitors that we will be discussing for a while. Although it has a role to play, it focuses on its main line of motion, some of which are only expanding Paramount’s properties.
Pluto also includes a lot of video clips that are just for use. Just a quick glance at the video guide while writing this episode, popular movies in the next few hours include “Forrest Gump,” the original “Top Gun,” “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind,” “Clueless,” “The Chase of Emily Rose,” “House of 1,000 Corpses,” and other major titles. There are several options for religious videos, too. Pluto movies have “something for everyone” to them.
There’s tons of great TV shows on Pluto, too. Some shows, such as the wall-to-wall channels “Family Ties” and “The Joy of Painting with Bob Ross”, feature FAST programming. But others, such as “Beverly Hills 90210” and “Star Trek”, and Pluto only use the Paramount library. In general, Paramount’s ownership gives Pluto TV many features not available to its competitors, the likes of CBS, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon/its sub-brands, Paramount Pictures, The Paramount Network (formerly Spike TV), and Paramount. All the TV Studios stood strong on the platform.
And if you’re a fan of “Big Brother,” then Pluto is perfect for you, because it carries 24/7 streams of the show.