Plex Web Shows is arriving as the newest addition to the popular media platform. All the new content will be free and include a wide range of genres.

Plex Web Shows is launching in beta and the catalog of content will grow over time. Here are some of the creators that have already signed on.

At launch, Plex will initially offer access to a multitude of web shows across a broad spectrum of interests, including food, home and garden, science and tech, entertainment, and pop culture. New content will be continuously added and included at launch are popular titles from independent creators, including Epic Meal Time, ASAPscience, Household Hacker, People are Awesome, and The Pet Collective, as well as content from other well-known brands such as GQ, Saveur, Epicurious, Pitchfork, and more.

Notably, Plex Web Shows are free for all users and don’t require a subscription of any kind. The company notes that like its other content, Web Shows will be customized to user preferences and recommendations will improve over time.

Plex Web Shows joins the ranks of Plex Podcasts and Plex News as curated, free-to-all content that gets better the more you use it, offering customized recommendations based on what interests you. All of this sits alongside personal media collections that also include live TV and DVR’d programs – including your local news and sports broadcasts. It’s your media, your way.

Check out the promo video of Web Shows below:

Plex Cloud shutting down

Earlier this month, the platform announced that it made the tough decision to shut down Plex Cloud on November 30th.

We hold ourselves to a high standard, and unfortunately, after a lot of investigation and thought, we haven’t found a solution capable of delivering a truly first class Plex experience to Plex Cloud users at a reasonable cost.

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