Pluto TV, the free streaming service owned by ViacomCBS, has added two classic titles to its library: Rocky and Sailor Moon. Rocky is a series of sports drama films that follow the story of Rocky Balboa, a working-class boxer from Philadelphia who becomes a world-famous heavyweight champion. The films are known for their inspiring underdog storylines and iconic training montages. Sailor Moon, on the other hand, is an anime series that originally aired in Japan in the 1990s. The show follows a teenage girl named Usagi Tsukino, who transforms into a magical heroine named Sailor Moon to fight evil forces that threaten the world.
Pluto TV has been steadily adding content to its platform, which now includes over 250 channels and thousands of on-demand movies and TV shows. The service is free to use, but it is ad-supported. Users can access Pluto TV on a variety of devices, including smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, and streaming devices like Roku and Amazon Fire TV.
The addition of Rocky and Sailor Moon is a welcome boost to Pluto TV’s library, which already includes a wide range of programming, from classic movies and TV shows to news and sports. With the service’s focus on free, ad-supported content, it offers a compelling alternative to paid streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. Pluto TV’s model has proven successful, and the service has continued to grow in popularity since its launch in 2013.