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Google has bolstered its Android TV platform with some new compatible devices and a bunch of new apps.

Google's TV platform now has access to Showtime, HBO Now and CBS All Access apps. That means you can watch 'Homeland', 'Vice', 'The Big Bang Theory' and loads more using the platform.

Disney Movies Anywhere is also now available, as is comedy/film/concert channel Epix.

But that's not all the heavy hitters. WWE and UFC are also available.

These new additions take the full list of apps to over 50. Check them out here.

Google made the announcement in a blog post. It also announced that Hisense, TCL and several other smart TV makers have joined Android TV. They join Sony, Sharp, Razer and Nvidia.

New pay TV operators to join the party include set-top box makers Pace, Sagemcom and Technicolor, and service offerers KDDI and Telecom Italia.

Last week, Google unveiled the Chromecast 2 streaming device.

Source: Google

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