Black entertainment television is now being offered on Google’s Play store, the company announced.
The service, which is currently available on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Chromecast, lets users stream content from TV shows, movies, and video games.
Users can select the channel they want to view and the content will be delivered through a black-and-white channel on their TV.
Play Movies and TV show listings are also available, which allows users to browse the listings of the most popular movies and TV shows on their television.
The streaming service has also added a black entertainment hub for channels that aren’t available on any other service, including Netflix, Amazon, HBO Now, and Hulu.
Google Play TV was also launched this week with an introductory price of $30 per month.