Samsung Smart TV adds subscription video service Mubi, providing access to expert-picked film collections

Samsung's Smart TV lineup and Smart BluRay lineup have added a subscription video-on-demand service called Mubi.

The Mubi Smart TV app provides a regularly-updated collection of 30 films for €4.99 (£2.99) per month. Subscribers have unlimited streaming of films, including blockbuster titles like Hunger, Slumdog Millionaire, The Fifth Element, and The Virgin Suicides.

Mubi is a 7-year-old streaming service available in over 200 countries around the world. An in-house team of expert film programmers hand-pick the film collection and update Mubi with a new film every day. Samsung customers can even browse the curated line-up in a magazine format.

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Apart from Mubi, Samsung's Smart TV platform offers many other popular services and apps like Spotify, YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter. In fact, Samsung Apps, the name of Samsung's app store, is the biggest app store for televisions, with over 20 million apps available.