Best Buy Co. Ltd. announced Monday that it has now launched its anticipated CinemaNow streaming service in Canada. The service will offer instant access to movie and TV show rentals through cinemanow.com or some connected consumer devices such as TVs and Blue-ray players. “There are more than 10,000 TV and movie titles available with new release movies available the day of release and TV shows available next day after airing,” Best Buy said in a release. “Purchases can be downloaded, stored in the cloud or loaded onto a Blu-ray player to keep a digital copy. CinemaNow is also the first service to establish partnerships with and offer new release programming immediately from major studios Warner Bros., Paramount, Fox, Sony and Universal.” Movie rentals will sell for $4 each and TV shows for $2.50. Movie purchases are also available for $20. The company is also offering a CinemaNow app to run on some connected devices. Google Inc. has also launched YouTube Movies in Canada, offering streaming movie rentals for $4 for older titles or $5 for newer ones.