A new media streaming company has entered the ring to offer family-friendly entertainment on demand at an affordable price.
24 Flix is a new Netflix-style streaming service which offers family-friendly content that is free of profanity, sex, and nudity. The company also promises that all of their content will have a maximum rating of PG-13.
The company says it will also endeavor to bring live streaming of special events, including red carpets, conferences, and sporting events, according to a press release.
The 24 Flix platform features movies, documentaries, television series, educational content as well as classic films. Classic television series, including “Bonanza,” “The Adventures of Robin Hood” and “Superman,” will also be available.
In addition to the classic films and TV shows, 24 Flix will also produce their own exclusive original family-friendly content.
Moreover, the new service will have many faith-based and Christian titles, including “The Gospel According to Matthew,” “TCS Live” (hosted by War Room Actor TC Stallings), “Esther and the King,” and “The Christian View” (Co-hosted by “Overcomer” actor Cameron Arnett)
Marty Jean-Louis, the founder of 24 Flix, is also the founder of the largest Christian film festival in the world – the International Christian Film & Music Festival, which takes place annually in Orlando, Florida.
“According to a survey, 80 percent of Americans want to see more family-friendly movies and shows on television, theater and streaming platforms,” Jean-Louis said in a press release. “Our goal and mission is to fill that void while at the same time making it affordable.”
The price for the new streaming platform is just $3.99 per month, which makes it one of the most inexpensive streaming services now available to consumers.
For more information, visit the 24 Flix website.