Philo Launches Black & White Television

To celebrate April 1, online TV platform Philo is rolling out black and white programming of classic TV shows through a new new service dubbed “PhiloVision.”

“Travel through the decades of timeless TV hits with PhiloVision,” says the company. “Enjoy classics the way they were meant to be watched.”

Philo’s classic TV collection (also available in color) includes a curated a list of sitcoms, detective shows, sci-fi, westerns and sketch comedy. Shows include: “Walker, Texas Ranger,” “Gunsmoke,” “CatDog,” “Doug,” “Eve,” “Family Matters,” “Frasier” and “Little House on the Prairie,” among others.

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Philo features more than 60 channels for $20 monthly fee, including AMC, A&E, MTV, BET, Discovery, VH1, Food Network, History, Nickelodeon, OWN, TLC, Lifetime, Hallmark, Paramount and TV One, among others. The platform also offers premium add-on channels, including Epix and Starz.

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