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Shout! Factory Launches Digital Streaming Service for TV, Movie Fans

Viewers can also use the Shout! Factory TV app on Roku to watch their favorite shows and cult hits

Shout! Factory is launching Shout! Factory TV, a premiere digital entertainment streaming service that brings timeless and contemporary cult favorites to pop culture fans via desktop or mobile browsers.

With a uniquely curated entertainment library, the channel offers an unrivaled blend of cult TV shows, movies, comedy, original specials and more — presenting an exciting entertainment alternative to other streaming services.

Viewers can also use the Shout! Factory TV app on Roku to watch their favorite shows on their television sets.

This month, the streaming service offers more than 30 episodes of “Mystery Science Theater 3000”; the first three seasons of “Father Knows Best”; “The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis: The Complete Series”; every episode of Adult Swim’s animated series “Home Movies”; the first season of “It’s Garry Shandling’s Show”; the original “Dennis the Menace” TV series; “The Weird Al Show: The Complete Series”; “The Ernie Kovacs Show”; the Marx brothers comedy “A Night in Casablanca”; a Steve Martin Stand-Up Showcase featuring two of the funnyman’s best comedy specials; the Peter O’Toole movie “The Stunt Man”; Luc Besson‘s “The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec”; five of Roger Corman’s cult classic movies; the Jackie Chan action movies “Police Story” and “Police Story 2”; as well as a dynamite staging of “Death of a Salesman” starring Dustin Hoffman and John Malkovich.

Other notable series and movies streaming on Shout! Factory TV include the Dennis Quaid movie “Dreamscape,” Don Johnson’s “A Boy and His Dog,” Michael Caine‘s “A Shock to the System,” “Kevin Smith: SMODimtations,” “Mel Brooks” Make a Noise,” “Stella: Live in Boston,” the British thriller “Tower Block” and the John Wayne movie “Stagecoach.”

Shout! Factory most recently acquired Dr. God’s horror comedy “Bloodsucking Bastards” out of Slamdance.

For more information about Shout! Factory TV, watch the promo below.