Mashable also reports that FXNOW is planning to launch additional apps for Android, Xbox 360, Roku, and Samsung this spring.
FXX acquired the rights to The Simpsons from Fox in November in "one of the biggest deals of its kind," allowing the network to stream the show's first twenty-four seasons.
The free app, which delivers content from FX, FXX, and FXM, follows the footsteps of similar network applications such as HBOGO, Showtime Anytime, and Watch ABC by streaming content anywhere to paid subscribers. FX originals, including Sons of Anarchy, Archer, and American Horror Story: Coven will be available on the app. FXX originals include It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Wilfred, among others. The Hollywood Reporter also noted that 165 film titles will be available this year, with 200 more expected in 2015.
Although reruns of the show can be easily caught on television, and the Internet is nothing short of an open box of (illegally) streamed content, this is the first time The Simpsons will be legally streamed in its twenty-five years.
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