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Leading global factual media and entertainment company Curiosity has partnered with CE giant LG to launch Curiosity Now, a free, ad-supported streaming channel.
CuriosityNow Aurora 21March2022
Curiosity is home to original and curated factual films, shows and series covering science, nature, history, technology, society and lifestyle. With approximately 23 million subscribers worldwide and thousands of titles, the company operates the flagship Curiosity Stream SVOD service, available in more than 175 countries worldwide; Curiosity Channel, the linear television channel available via global distribution partners; and Curiosity Studios, which oversees original programming.

Available on all LG Smart TV 4.0 and newer models, Curiosity Now offers select programming from a library of original and curated documentaries, shows and series across nature, history, science, travel and more.

Over the coming weeks, Curiosity Now will launch on additional FAST platforms as part of enhanced subscriber acquisition and to bolster our brand partnerships. Programming highlights for the first week of the service include Ancient Engineering, The Secret Lives of Big Cats, Stephen Hawking’s Favorite Places, Myths & Monsters, Secrets of the Brain and more.

“We are excited to introduce the Curiosity Now streaming channel to the LG Channel platform and bring a sampling of our family-friendly, factual entertainment programming to LG’s highly engaged user base,” said Brandon Fong, senior vice president of partnerships and distribution for Curiosity. “LG customers will have more ways to interact with Curiosity’s deep library of content and discover some of the best programming across nature, history, science, and travel.”