Presto Is Now On Fetch TV

Presto Is Now On Fetch TV

Presto’s 8500+ hours of content is now available on Fetch TV, and with a shiny new generation set top box to boot.

From today, Presto will commence streaming on the Gen 3 (Mighty) Fetch TV PVR, and will be introduced on Gen 2 PVRs in early July along with new Fetch TV Mini when it launches next month.

You can access content via the integrated Presto app, including recent arrivals Amy Schumer: Live at the Apollo, Empire, The Mindy Project and Scandal; as well as the newest seasons of the critically acclaimed Aquarius starring David Duchovny and Golden Globe award-winning drama series Mr Robot, express from the U.S.

“Through this partnership with Fetch TV, we are making it easy for all Australians to access Presto’s extensive entertainment library on the biggest screen in the house, with a simple click of their Fetch TV remote control,” said Shaun James, Presto TV CEO.

Fetch TV provides access to free-to-air TV, a 1TB Personal Video Recorder, a video store in the home with over 5,000 movies to rent or buy, and access to up to 38 subscription channels from major providers. The service is delivered over a broadband connection to the TV via a Fetch TV box.

You can record up to 585 hours of TV, buy seasons and episodes of the latest shows, access catch-up TV services, and use web based apps like YouTube for TV. You can also access content via iOS and Android apps.

“The addition of Presto is another great milestone for Fetch TV and our partners, as we continue to add to our market leading one stop entertainment experience,” said Fetch TV CEO Scott Lorson.

New arrivals to Presto in June also include hit TV programs Inside Amy Schumer, Broad City, Parks and Recreation, Silicon Valley, Workaholics; and movies Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, Ted 2, Trainwreck, Amy, The Walk and Jurassic World.

For new subscribers, Presto is currently offering a one month free trial of the Presto Entertainment bundle subscription, providing access to Presto’s full TV and movie libraries.