Just before Easter Fetch TV quietly added two extra channels to their Knowledge pack.

Love Nature and Curiosity Channel replace National Geographic and National Geographic Wild as I reported would happen back in late January.

Disney removed the National Geographic channels from Fetch and Foxtel to make that content exclusive to their own Disney+ streaming service.

Fetch commented on their new channels:

We’re excited to announce that Fetch has added two great new channels. Love Nature and Curiosity Channel are both new to the $6 per month Knowledge Pack and the $20 Ultimate Pack.

Curiosity Channel is your access to award-winning films, series, and shows that explore science, technology, history, nature, travel, and more.

Love Nature brings you closer to nature with high quality documentaries and series that celebrate the complexity of life on earth.

If you have a Fetch TV Box, what do you think of the new channels?

Subscribers to the Fetch Knowledge and Ultimate Channel Packs will be able to tune-in to Love Nature’s week-long Love Earth programming event beginning on April 17, in honour of Earth Day.

The event will showcase the premiere of Chasing the Rains, on April 22, Earth Day. The four part original series, narrated by Adjoa Andoh (Bridgerton, Invictus) is filmed beyond the jagged peaks of Mount Kenya, during one of Africa’s worst droughts in twenty years.

The series follows a unique cast of animal characters, including a heroic cheetah mother defending her precious cubs against attacks from rival predators; a rare wild dog pack battling a vicious hyena clan in a quest for food and water; and a Samburu elephant herd using intelligence and resilience to locate water in the face of a landscape turning to dust.

The Curiosity Channel, part of Curiosity’s global brand, will provide Fetch subscribers with immediate access to award-winning films, series, and shows that explore science, technology, history, nature, travel, and more.

Titles coming to Fetch on the Curiosity Channel include Engineering the Future, History by the Numbers, Planet Insect, and Red Elvis.

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I have fetch tv , love nature is better than Nat GEO to be honest

today fetch tv got the new software Acacia 3.30.02

it looks like telstra forced this update

as they changed the user interface of the fetch tv ,

no new feature , its just new user interface with better discoverability for streaming apps