Sling TV Expands To Even More Big Screens with Launch on Samsung Smart TVs

Samsung ImageFall is in full swing, and we know what that means. It’s time to kick back in your living room, cozy up and glue yourself to the season’s hottest TV shows and biggest football games on your big screen. And Sling TV is making it even easier to do just that. Today, Sling TV became the first live and on-demand OTT service to launch on 2016 Samsung Smart TVs, so you can watch this season’s must-see events right on your TV. Plus, Sling TV is easy to access and sign up—right in Samsung’s Smart Hub—without the bulky boxes or equipment. Samsung Smart TVs join nearly 20 other Sling TV-supported devices, making Sling TV available on almost any device you want to watch on.

In addition to giving you even more control over watching TV wherever you want, Sling TV on Samsung Smart TVs includes the following features:

  • Customizable live and on-demand TV in one app – With Sling TV, you can personalize your channel line-up and watch live and on-demand shows and movies, without needing to change inputs or fumble with additional remotes.
  • Easy, fast app access – Simply search for the Sling TV app in the Samsung Smart Hub and log in to start watching your favorite live and on-demand content immediately. New customers can sign up for Sling TV directly within the app on Samsung Smart TVs.
  • No equipment, long-term contracts or hidden fees – Because the Sling TV app is available right on your Samsung Smart TV, there’s no need for any equipment or streaming boxes. And, as always, there are no long-term contracts or hidden fees with Sling TV.

The number one live TV streaming service[i], Sling TV is now available on Samsung’s 2016 Smart TVs, and will roll out to additional models in the future. For more information about Sling TV on Samsung Smart TVs, visit our news release or

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Jimshade Chaudhari
Vice President, Product Management

[i] based on the number of OTT households as reported by comScore as of April 2017.