There’s a New, Free 24/7 Elvis Presley Streaming Channel — Here’s How to Watch

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The Elvis Presley Channel is a new streaming channel available now, just in time for the anticipated release of Baz Luhrmann’s new Elvis biopic, which arrived in theaters this past Friday, June 24 alongside an eclectic and inspired soundtrack album.

A partnership between Cinedigm and Elvis Presley Enterprises, LLC and ABG Entertainment, The Elvis Presley Channel boasts 24/7 access for all things related to Presley, including “Elvis Presley films and specials along with additional movies, series and lifestyle programming inspired by Elvis – including new, original series in development.”

The channel is free to access, as well.

Per a news release:

Now available in the United States, The Elvis Presley Channel is accessible as a free, ad-supported streaming television (FAST) channel on connected TVs, digital set-top boxes, media-streaming devices and online. With an overall reach of more than 100 million devices, fans can find the linear channel through several popular streaming platforms, including LG Channels, Amazon FreeveeVIZIO WatchFree+Comcast’s XumoPlex, Allen Media Group’s Local Now and Dish Network’s Sling TV. Additionally, the Xfinity What to Watch channel on XUMO will feature a curated collection of films and documentaries from Cinedigm’s Elvis channel during primetime starting the weekend of July 2, and continuing weekly throughout the rest of July.

“Elvis Presley is an iconic performer whose global appeal transcends across generations and a diverse range of fans,” said Erick Opeka, President of Cinedigm Digital Networks. “We see his ongoing influence today in music, movies, fashion and culture. Building on this expansive legacy, The Elvis Presley Channel will provide compelling programs, including exclusive and eclectic original series and specials, across a variety of concert, documentary and scripted content genres. With the channel, we aim to not only thrill current fans and showcase Elvis’ influences and demonstrate enduring impact but to engage new generations of fans through our curated and creative program line-up.”

Luhrmann’s film, starring Austin Butler in the titular role and Tom Hanks as Colonel Tom Parker, is off to a great start at the box office and presents a visionary look at Presley’s iconic life, career and legacy — as well as some of the difficult truths of how it all came crashing down.

A trailer:

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