Transformers fans now have a new destination to get all their content for their favorite Robots in Disguise, who are More Than Meets the Eye. Pluto TV has officially unveiled its own dedicated 24/7 streaming channel for the Transformers franchise with Transformers TV.
The Transformers franchise got its start almost 40 years ago in 1984, and it’s still going strong today. Now, Pluto TV has started its own 24/7 continuous live programming channel that streams nothing but nonstop Cybertronian content with the Transformers TV channel. Fans can now access the free streaming TV service, and the new streaming TV network has over 200 hours of content.
PLUTO TV HAS YOUR CYBERTRONIAN FIX WITH TRANSFORMERS TV
On the new streaming channel, fans will have access to watch the original Transformers shows Cyberverse, Prime, Animated, and Robots in Disguise, all at the click of a button. Since Pluto TV is a free streaming service, all the content is available to watch for free, and no subscription is required to start viewing some Cybertronian Autobot vs. Decepticon action.
The new Transformers TV channel on Pluto TV is presented by Nickelodeon. Additionally, Nickelodeon is one of Hasbro and Entertainment One’s producing partners for the newest animated iteration of the franchise, Transformers: EarthSpark. The new animated show is slated to debut on the Paramount+ streaming service later this November. Nickelodeon is also part of the Paramount Global family.
Speaking on the news in an official press release, eOne Senior Vice President of Global Brand Strategy & Management for Action Brands, Jenny Whitlock, stated, “We could not be more excited to work with Pluto TV to bring this dedicated Transformers channel to life.” She continued, “Transformers fans are some of the most dedicated out there, and we can’t wait to welcome everyone to the Transformers universe with a wide assortment of always-on content.”
Meanwhile, SVP of Content Strategy & Global Partnerships at Paramount Streaming, Amy Kuessner, added, “We are so thrilled to bring this universe to our little planet, Pluto TV, and expand our Kids category to welcome the first dedicated Transformers channel for 24/7 streaming.” She went on, “Pluto TV is the home to so many iconic franchises and we know our viewers will be just as excited as we are to see Transformers added to our programming offering among other amazing and beloved franchises.”
It appears that Hasbro and eOne are deepening their partnerships for the iconic transforming robot franchise with Paramount Global. Pluto TV is another division of Paramount Global, and they appear to have many hands in the Optimus Prime pie now between the streaming rights, co-producing the upcoming animated EarthSpark show, and the next live-action film installment for the franchise.
If you want to start watching the new Transformers TV channel, it’s available for free anytime. No registration or credit card is required. Fans can opt to purchase the premium subscription tiers for Pluto TV for more content or for an ad-free experience.
For fans who are still in the mood for something a little more retro and classic, the official Hasbro Pulse YouTube channel has every episode of the original 1980s Generation 1 animated The Transformers series available to stream on-demand. That’s all four seasons and 98 episodes of the classic animated series, which are also available to view for free.
Also, some more modern animated Transformers shows are still streaming on Netflix, including the War for Cybertron Trilogy, Rescue Bots, and the new comedic BotBots. Basically, if you’re a fan of the franchise, there are a lot of streaming options to choose from. Not to mention, the new animated EarthSpark series coming to Paramount+ and the new live-action theatrical feature, Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, which hits theaters on June 9.
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SOURCE: eOne, Hasbro, Pluto TV