It has been announced that Frndly TV will soon be getting the INSP network on its live TV streaming service.
The channel is set to come in late-April and will be the streaming service’s 15th channel. It’s happening because of the recent incorporation of CuriosityStream.
“We’ve listened to what our customers have been asking for, and the number one request has been INSP. Now, more than ever, we are driven to provide our customers increased value by adding high-quality channels without increasing the price,” said Bassil El-Khatib, CEO, Frndly TV. “In addition, we’re excited for our viewers to explore CuriosityStream’s full breadth of entertaining and educational programming, and it, too, adds great value without increasing our prices.”
INSP airs TV shows such as “The Waltons,” “Little House on the Prairie,” “Walker, Texas Ranger” and “Bonanza.” In addition to that, INSP does make original family films such as “The Legend of 5 Mile Cave,” which stars Adam Baldwin, Jeremy Sumpter, Jill Wagner and Jet Jurgensmeyer.
CurisoityStream is known for being the place for streaming non-fictional documentaries and content regarding science, nature, technology, nature and lifestyle.
Frndly TV starts at just $5.99 a month and also includes channels such as the Hallmark networks, The Weather Channel, Outdoor Channel and UPtv. Subscribers can stream it on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac. The app can also be found on the Amazon Fire TV and Roku too.
You can see our review of Frndly TV here.