If you’ve got a Fetch Box, you’ve got a lot of entertainment options – and another one just dropped.
10 All Access is now available on Fetch and it’s more than just an app. The subscription platform is available to be purchased using your Fetch Account, and all the content on 10 All Access is available through the Fetch search function.
There’s almost 10,000 episodes of shows like Why Women Kill, The Twilight Zone, Australian Survivor, The Bachelor and many more like Madam Secretary.
Rob Gelick from CBS (Owners of Network 10) said “The expansion of 10 All Access to Fetch TV is a fantastic opportunity to introduce 10 All Access’ unique offering to new audiences. We look forward to bringing 10 All Access to even more connected device platforms in Australia in the coming months.”
Network 10’s general manager – digital Liz Baldwin said: “10 All Access continues to grow with the platform achieving its biggest month ever in October. This momentum continues with an expanded reach on Fetch, making the great content we produce available to more Australians.”
Fetch TV’s CEO TV Scott Lorson said: “Fetch is committed to providing the very best in entertainment, all in one place. As a master aggregator, we focus not only on the what, but also the how. The launch of 10 All Access, complete with integrated search and carrier billing, is another great addition to the Fetch platform, with more to come. Now is a great time to be a TV viewer, and of course, a Fetch subscriber.”
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