Beginning on April 20th, Subscribers of Canal+ in France Will have Complete Access to Apple TV+

On April 20, Apple will make Apple TV+ accessible to all Canal+ subscribers in France at no additional cost, as the company stated.

Beginning on April 20th, Subscribers of Canal+ in France Will have Complete Access to Apple TV+_

As a result of this decision, millions of Canal+ subscribers will soon be able to watch TV+ material directly on their existing set-top box without needing a separate app or membership.

Eddy Cue, senior vice president of services at Apple, stated, “I’ve long admired Canal+ and their dedication to high-quality programming, so we couldn’t be more excited to work with them to bring the award-winning movies and series of Apple TV+ into even more homes across France.” “This is a fantastic bargain for Canal+ subscribers. We also continue to support the nation’s creative industries and highlight many of its top authors, filmmakers, performers, and artists with programs like Liaison and Drops of God.

Chairman and CEO of CANAL+ Group, Maxime Saada, recently stated that for the first time in the company’s history, CANAL+ Group would provide all its French member’s access to content from a partner platform. CANAL+ issued the following statement in response to the announcement: “With this historic partnership, we are consolidating both our business as an aggregator and our business as a publisher, through carrying Apple TV+ and by broadcasting select Apple Original series on our CANAL+ channel to the delight of our subscribers.”


This is the second time Apple has collaborated with Canal+ to expand its presence in the homes of French consumers. Apple partnered with a premium TV provider in May of 2018. As a result, customers in France now have the option of renting an Apple TV 4K rather than purchasing a conventional set-top box for their television service.

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