hayu Brings Top Reality to Bell Fibe TV

Reality TV fans looking to get their daily dose of drama with The Real Housewives, go Below Deck or binge-watch every season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, can now do so more easily than ever before.

Today, NBCUniversal announced that hayu – the all-reality TV and ad-free subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service – is bringing the best in reality content to Bell Fibe TV, offering customers direct access to over 300 popular shows.

As the partnership rolls out across Manitoba, Ontario, Québec and Atlantic Canada, Bell Fibe TV customers can now access hayu via the Bell Fibe TV app menu. Those who are currently subscribed to hayu can sync their subscriptions to enjoy a lean-back viewing experience of their favourite reality TV moments.

Targeting the broad base of viewers who are fans of the reality genre, hayu offers over 8,000 episodes of top reality TV content. The service offers extensive choice, with a wide variety of unscripted sub-genres in English language including: Home and Design, Dating, Cooking, Crime, and Fashion. With the majority of shows available on hayu the same day they premiere on TV, Canadians can watch their favourite shows without worrying about spoilers or being an episode behind their friends. Subscribers can also exclusively stream shows such as Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen and Love Island.

In multiple markets globally, hayu has distinguished itself as the must-have, all-reality streaming service. Fans of reality in Canada can subscribe for $5.99 (+applicable taxes) per month.

For more details or to sign-up, visit www.hayu.com/bell.

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