Streaming Goes Retro

3 Apr 2013 - By TW Staff

Beginning today, you can finally get access through connected devices to TV shows and films that date back as far as the 1920s through Warner Bros.’ new subscription streaming service.

With Warner Archive Instant, subscribers can browse by decade or genre for classic hits that aren’t licensed through other digital streaming services, such as Bad Day at Black Rock, starring Spencer Tracy, silent film classic The Scarlet Letter with Lillian Gish or the iconic Adventures of Superman TV series.

The monthly subscription fee of $9.99 allows for unlimited viewing through Roku’s broadband-connected set-top box – where select titles will be available in High Definition – or on PC and Mac computers. Users who want to test the waters first can sample the service with a two-week free trial. Learn more about the service here.