Bolo the Entertainment Unit, the Hollywood production company that brought us The Hurt Locker, the latest James Bond film and a whole lot of other films, has a new streaming service on the horizon.
The new platform, dubbed Roku TV, has been developed by Bolo’s parent company, Sony Corp., which has been developing the streaming platform since 2016.
Roku TV will allow viewers to stream movies, TV shows, podcasts, documentaries and other content, while also supporting other apps.
Roku has been in talks with a number of entertainment companies, including Sony and Paramount, to make its own streaming service.
Roku isn’t launching its service until the end of 2018, but the company is expected to have a TV app on store shelves by the end for a price of around $30.
Roku’s Roku TV is designed for the home, and the Roku app is designed to make it easier for people to discover and use the device.
Roku also has a streaming service that can be used in the car, which allows owners to stream videos to their car’s speakers.
Roku will be available starting at $59.99 in the US, while the Roku 2 will be $59 with an Android app.
The Roku 2 is also expected to support streaming movies to Android TV devices like Chromecast, the Roku Streaming Stick, and a few other smart TV sets.
Roku 2 buyers will be able to stream content on Roku TVs at the same time as they watch it on a TV or phone.
Roku TVs are expected to debut at a price point of $179.99 starting on September 10, 2018.