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Film and TV streaming service has hit the latest generation of smart TVs from LG, Panasonic, and Samsung.

That means that if you own one of this year's smart TVs from the above manufacturers, you can enjoy TV series through, including 'Game of Thrones', 'True Detective', 'Breaking Bad', and 'Homeland'.

The service also offers blockbuster films including 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire', 'Gravity' and 'White House Down'.

Jordi Miro,'s chief technology officer, told Broadband TV News that the company is "really excited" to partner with the latest smart TVs from these manufacturers.

"Having already launched on Samsung, LG and Panasonic's previous ranges of smart TVs, we're really excited to be a part of the latest 2014 range," he said.

"As more and more consumers are watching movies, TV and entertainment shows on-demand and online, Wuaki will continue to expand our range of supported devices so our content can be watched on any and all screens." – which is part of the Rakuten Group which also owns – is aiming to become Europe's best way to experience quality entertainment via tablets, consoles and TVs.

Its apps are already available on iPad, iPhone, Xbox One, and previous generations of smart TVs from the same manufacturers.

You can sign up to Wuaki for free and rent or buy TV shows and films, or you can pay a monthly fee and watch as many as you like at no extra cost.

Competition is hotting up in the streaming field. Increasingly, rivals Netflix and Amazon Prime Instant Video make their own TV shows to offer through their streaming services.

Source Broadband TV News

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