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Samsung TV owners already have plenty of channels to watch without breaking the bank, and now the library of free shows is once again expanding. Rakuten TV has been available on Samsung television for a while now and the company recently added the LEGO channel to its roster of free channels available to stream from Samsung TVs.

And then Rakuten launches an all-new service called Rakuten Stories, which aims to bring more shows to living rooms without a subscription fee. Rakuten promises that his new channel “will amplify topics that will inspire and excite viewers.”

The channel is launching with multiple exclusive sports documentaries including Andrés Iniesta – The Unexpected Hero, BVB 09 – Stories who we are, Break Point: A Davis Cup Story, Ride Your Dream, The Secrets of La Roja, The Australian Dream, Inside Killian Jornet , Sadio Mané – Made in Senegal and Serge Ibaka – Anything is possible.

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Rakuten Stories will soon include Ona Carbonell: Starting Over, in which she follows the Olympic synchronized swimmer as she returns to the pool after starting a family, and Champions, who meets some of the generations of heroes in women’s football, including Alexia Putellas. , Wendie Renard Lucy Bronze.

So you might be wondering, how is all this free?

Like all Rakuten channels, the new Stories service features ads that help avoid subscription fees for those tuning in. If you want to give it a try, don’t worry, all linear Rakuten TV channels are currently accessible through the Rakuten TV app on Samsung and LG Smart TV devices.

Users can also easily launch the app with a single click via the branded remote control button and the pre-installed app.

“We are excited to contribute again to the disruption of the entertainment industry with this significant step in growth and innovation on Rakuten TV, which aims to enrich our business model and content offering,” said Jacinto Roca, founder and CEO of Rakuten TV. “At a time when the entertainment industry is undergoing unprecedented transformation and consumer habits are constantly evolving, we are committed to adapting our business model to meet the needs of users and advertisers in one go.”

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