FandangoNow, the on-demand transactional film and TV service from NBCUniversal-owned Fandango, is now obtainable on Amazon Hearth TV gadgets and Hearth TV Version Sensible TVs.

The enlargement to Amazon’s TV {hardware} platform comes as Fandango vies to get a much bigger slice of the digital-entertainment pie — competing with Amazon Video, in addition to Apple, Google and Walmart’s Vudu. FandangoNow affords over 100,000 motion pictures and TV reveals for rental and/or buy. New film releases presently obtainable on FandangoNow embody “Bombshell” and “Uncut Gems,” each in the stores, and Rian Johnson’s “Knives Out,” newly obtainable for rental.

Hearth TV was one in every of FandangoNow clients’ most-requested gadgets to stream content material, in keeping with Cameron Douglas, head of FandangoNow. The service’s system lineup contains Roku, Google Chromecast, Android, iOS, LG, Samsung, Sony and Vizio Sensible TVs, Microsoft’s Xbox One sport programs, and Fb’s Portal TV and Oculus VR headsets. FandangoNow titles are additionally obtainable by the multistudio-backed Motion pictures Wherever movie-collection service.

Fandango acquired digital-entertainment supplier M-Go in 2016, which it renamed FandangoNow. Fandango sells tickets to greater than 30,000 U.S. screens in addition to fan merchandise and in addition affords trailers and authentic video; it additionally operates film evaluate web site Rotten Tomatoes.

FandangoNow’s 4K Extremely HD content material might be streamed on any of Hearth TV’s gadgets that help the format, together with the Hearth TV Stick 4K and Hearth TV Dice. In accordance with Fandango, on common greater than 20% of FandangoNow’s film leases and gross sales come from 4K when the titles are made obtainable in that format.