M-Go and Roku have joined forces to provide users with another streaming rental option for movies and TV shows. M-Go, which is a partnership between DreamWorks Animation and Technicolor, will be located directly on Roku’s menu interface for users to easily find. Not only that, M-Go (along with Netflix) will get a dedicated button on the remote control on the new 2013 models so users can easily get to it with a push of a button.
M-Go will have 20,000 titles available by the end of 2013. Movies and TV shows that will be on the service include “The Croods”, “Breaking Bad”, “Modern Family”, “Big Bang Theory”, as well as new shows like “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” on FOX.
The M-Go channel will use your existing Roku account and billing information, so you will not have to enter separate credit card information to rent or purchase titles on it. Users who activate the M-Go service between October 1 and December 31, 2013 will receive two free movie and TV show rentals.