Popular streaming service Acorn TV launches in Mexico. Renown for being one of the leading streaming services in North America, the channel has distinguished itself for the high-quality content it offers: World Class TV from Britain, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, Canada. For less than $100 pesos per month ($4.99 USD dollars), users can access premium content with no advertisements.
“Mexicans have a deep appreciation for great global content and we are very enthusiastic to be introducing our streaming channel. We offer premiere entertainment with popular, critically-acclaimed series that will be available to Mexican viewers for the first time. Given Mexico streams more content than any other Spanish-speaking Latin American country, entering the Mexican market is a key milestone for us and part of our expansion plan.” Miguel Penella, Chief Executive Officer of RLJ Entertainment that operates Acorn TV.
Acorn TV has become a household name in the US as a result of its masterful productions, stellar scripts, and award-worthy series from leading global broadcasters including BBC, ITV, Channel 4, ABC Australia, and RTE. The streaming channel has been satisfying its customers since 2011 with their exclusive mysteries, dramas, and comedies from across the globe and is now available in Mexico in its original language with subtitles available in both, English and Spanish. Acorn TV will continue to bring exclusive international series and seasons every month as part of its continuous growth plan.
Acorn TV brings the very best in international television with popular shows like:
- Doc Martin, a beloved British drama where Martin Clunes stars as brusque and self-centered surgeon that, after developing a fear of blood, is forced to change careers and relocate.
- Line of Duty, one of BBC’s most popular thrillers stars Lennie James (The Walking Dead) in Series 1 as an exemplary cop being investigated for corruption.
- Jack Taylor played by Iain Glen (Game of Thrones, Downton Abbey) as a former cop turned private investigator in this gripping drama hailed as “brilliant” and “impressive” by critics.
- Traffik, an award-winning series filmed on location in Pakistan, Hamburg and London that by tracing three intersecting lives explores the international drug trade.
- Sword of Honour, starring Daniel Craig (James Bond) where he plays an Englishman who returns home from Italy at the start of the war determined to fight the good fight. Horrified by Nazi barbarism and emotionally shattered by a painful divorce, he eagerly accepts a post with the elite Royal Corps of Halberdiers.
- Poldark, an epic saga set in 18th-century Cornwall after America’s War for Independence, where Captain Ross Poldark, returns home to find his estate in ruins, his inheritance gone and his beloved Elizabeth engaged to another man.
- Dance to the Music of Time, a period drama adapted from the literary masterpiece of the same name, that chronicles the half-century British upper-class life through the eyes of protagonist Nicholas Jenkins played by James Purefoy (Rome).
Called “a glorious streaming service… an essential must-have” on par with HBO, Netflix and FX with “well-written, beautifully acted and surprisingly compelling scripted television” by The Hollywood Reporter and featuring “the most robust, reliable selection of European, British, Canadian and Australian shows” noted The New York Times, Acorn TV has become an essential streaming channel for US households.
In order to start enjoying this streaming service just go to the website www.acorn.tv or add Acorn TV from the list of available channels on your Roku device and sign up. A free annual press account is readily available upon request.
*Available via: Web, and Roku streaming player and expanding into more streaming devices including iOS (iPads/iPhones), Apple TV, and Android devices soon.
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