And it’s going to shake things up!
Foxtel is launching a new streaming service in Australia, which is set to rival Netflix, Stan and Amazon Prime.
The Foxtel streaming platform’s name is yet to be confirmed, but Foxtel CEO Patrick Delaney said the new streaming service will bring an exciting new brand to younger streaming audiences with a mix of the best drama and movies from the world’s best entertainment brands.
The platform will have over 10,000 hours of local and international drama and movies, backed by the recent multi-year deal with WarnerMedia and programming from Sony, NBCU, FX and the BBC.
The platform will have access to HBO programs like Game of Thrones, Succession and Big Little Lies and Warner Bros shows such as The Big Bang Theory and Friends.
Foxtel will continue its agreement with the Cartoon Network, Boomerang and CNN, and has agreed to work on local productions with WarnerMedia.
The new Foxtel streaming service will launch on May 25.