Up until today, Tribeca Shortlist has been available on iOS, Fire TV and Roku. And now the movie-streaming service, created by the company behind the Tribeca Film Festival and Lionsgate, is expanding to the new Apple TV. The application, which requires a $5 monthly subscription, will give you access to more than 150 movies on demand. While that number seems low in comparison to Netflix or Hulu Plus, Tribeca Shortlist is all about quality, not quantity, according to the company.The curated content it offers is based on recommendations made by "personalities you know [actors, directors]," and ranges from classics like Good Will Hunting to City of God. If you don't have an account yet, you can grab a free trial from the Tribeca Shortlist site, which should help you determine whether it's worthy of your cash every month.
Tribeca Shortlist brings its movie-streaming app to Apple TVIn case you need another service to watch stuff on.
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