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Tubi Adds FOX Titles to Canadian Library


Tubi, a division of FOX Entertainment, has added more than a dozen popular FOX titles to its free streaming library in Canada, including The Masked Singer.

Specials such as TMZ Presents: Harry & Meghan: The Royals in Crisis and TMZ Presents: Tiger King—What Really Went Down? are now available on Tubi, along with competition shows such as The Masked Dancer.

Other competition shows added to the service include Ultimate Tag, with a trio of NFL stars hosting, and Flirty Dancing. Game shows that are now available include Name that Tune, hosted by Jane Krakowski; Spin the Wheel, hosted by Dax Shepard; and Mental Samurai, hosted by Rob Lowe. The dating show Labor of Love is also available.

Other programs made available to Canadian Tubi viewers are the docuseries First Responders Live, the satirical puppet series Let’s Be Real and the specials After the Mask and Nick Cannon’s Hit Viral Videos: Holidays 2019.

“FOX’s marquee titles launching in Canada comes at an optimal time when our Canadian audience is growing at a rapid pace,” said Adam Lewinson, chief content officer for Tubi. “We’ve seen FOX content resonate with our viewers in the U.S., so we’re thrilled for our audience in Canada to now have these premium series at their fingertips.”

Rob Wade, president of alternative entertainment and specials for FOX Entertainment, added, “Making these titles available, a number of which are produced and owned by FOX Alternative Entertainment, illustrates our strategy of combining the power of FOX with the reach of Tubi. In doing so, we not only introduce these hit series to new viewers but accrue meaningful value for the FOX brand and our content.”

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