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#307062 15-Sep-2023 15:18
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Press release:



Warner Bros. Discovery’s ThreeNow app is now available on Samsung TVs, offering the best of local and international streaming content for free


Binge-watching your favourite shows has just got easier with the release of the anticipated ThreeNow app for Samsung TVs. The app gives Kiwis access to this local streaming service, unlocking some of the best content from Aotearoa and around the world for free.


The addition of ThreeNow to Samsung Smart TVs allows New Zealand audiences live streaming and on-demand access to the vast content library offered by Warner Bros. Discovery. Viewers can now catch their favourite news and current affairs content from Newshub, world-class local series such as Far North, Tracked, The Traitors NZ and David Lomas Investigates, exclusive international dramas such as Last King of The Cross, Six Four and Blue Lights, alongside much-loved shows from channels eden, Rush and Bravo.


ThreeNow’s entertainment catalogue of premium streaming content is at your fingertips, whenever you want, via your Samsung remote. Stream now on ThreeNow via your Samsung Smart TV.


ThreeNow is available to download from the App store, found within the menu on Samsung TVs from 2017 through to current models.


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  #3128311 15-Sep-2023 19:55
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Thanks for this, have installed app looks ok will test at later stage, finally Samsung has come to party and got all apps so now I can get rid of my android box after checking ok.



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  #3128312 15-Sep-2023 19:55
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Browser based. It just links to same as the do with their "lg app"





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  #3128790 17-Sep-2023 17:12
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Got nice email from Warner/Discovery telling me this was available.


Installed and working fine.

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  #3128799 17-Sep-2023 18:44
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Thanks, very happy to finally have it as wasn’t working that great on the box.

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