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Vudu Catalog Tops 10,500 Titles

Santa Clara, Calif.
– The Walmart-owned


streaming movie
service said its assortment of movie and TV show titles available to rent or
purchase will have expanded to more than 10,500 by the end of October.

New content is
being added continuously from Bravo, BBC America, Comedy Central, MTV, National
Geographic, Nickelodeon, NBC, Oxygen, Showtime, Spike TV, Starz, Syfy, TLC, USA
and others, the company said

Vudu now offers a
“next-day air” to stream more than 60 popular TV series the day after the run
on network broadcasts, as well as limited-time free premiere episodes from
select NBC and cable pilots, including Whitney and Prime Suspect, premiering
this week on network television.

Popular television
shows that joined service’s catalog this month include “30 Rock,” “Breaking
Bad,” “Spartacus: Gods of the Arena,” “Shark Week,” “Suits” and “The Kennedys,”
among others.

The aforementioned
“next-day air” service is offered on returning and new fall shows, including “The
Office Season 8,” “Doctor Who Season 6,” “Top Gear UK Season 17,” “The Closer
Season 7,” “Law and Order: SVU Season 13,” “Pan Am Season 1,” “Parenthood
Season 3,” “Parks and Recreation Season 4,” “The Real Housewives of Beverly
Hills Season 2,” “The Rachel Zoe Project Season 4” and “The Walking Dead Season

All episodes are
available for purchase only with pricing ranging from $1.99 to $2.99 per
episode depending on purchased content is in SD, HD or HDX formats.

Vudu also offers
limited-time free premiere episodes from some of the fall’s new TV shows.

In addition to
Whitney and Prime Suspect, select NBC and cable pilots will be available on Vudu
for approximately two weeks following the original premiere dates, including “Free
Agents” (NBC), “Up All Night” (NBC), “Bachelorette Party” (Oxygen), “Fashion
Hunters” (Bravo) and “Mad Fashion” (Bravo).

Vudu’s expanded TV
content assortment is available on, or on more than
300 Vudu-enabled CE devices, including the iPad, Internet-capable HDTVs,
Blu-ray Disc players and PlayStation3.