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BFI Player Classics added to Apple TV Channels

There is another new channel available for users in the Apple TV app.

As of today, Apple TV app users can subscribe to BFI Player Classics through Apple TV Channels. The channel is best known for having popular and iconic British films, which are handpicked by the British Film Institute.

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BFI Player Classics currently has the films “The Third Man,” “Aces High” and Peter Cushing’s “Dr. Who & The Dalek’s.”

Apple has been seen to have added other streaming services to its Apple TV Channels lineup recently, such as Hallmark Movies Now.

The cool aspect of subscribing to the service through the Apple TV app each piece of content can be downloaded and made available offline for devices like the iPhone and iPad.

BFI Player Classics costs $5.99 a month to subscribe to. The Apple TV app is available on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV, Mac, select smart TVs, Roku devices and the Amazon Fire TV.

 

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