For over fifty years, 60 Minutes has been one of the top news magazine shows on television. However, so far, CBS’s iconic news series hasn’t had much of a streaming presence. That’s about to change soon, as Pluto TV launches a dedicated60-minute channel on its free streaming service.
First, the new channel will offer 400 60 minute episodes from 2008 to 2019, drawn from over a decade of content. Some of the spotlight stories that will be available immediately include an interview with a former Navy SEAL tasked with finding Osama bin Laden in his lair in Pakistan. Other stories include sit-in interviews with former presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump, as well as nature coverage focusing on Yellowstone wolves, jaguars, elephants, eagles and more from around the world.
Of course, 400 segments is just 60 A fraction of minutes of history. According to the announcement, the channel will keep adding additional seasons and episodes. But Pluto TV’s press release doesn’t include specific dates for other parts. The 60 Minutes channel will be curated by Nicole Young, the series’ senior producer with decades of experience covering wars, domestic and international tragedies, and breaking news. Despite his new role, Young will remain a producer on CBS’ weekly60 Minutes series. Pluto TV will launch the 60 Minutes streaming channel on September 24th, coinciding with the series’ 55th anniversary of its CBS premiere. It can be found on Pluto TV under the News and Views category.
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