December 18, 2020
Lionsgate-owned Starz Dec. 18 announced the launch of premium channels and SVOD library on sports-themed online television service fuboTV. Subscribers to the platform who also subscribe to Starz can now watch exclusive original series, including “Power Book II: Ghost,” “P-Valley,” “Hightown,” and “Outlander” as well as hundreds of movies and first-run films.
“We are thrilled to expand our OTT presence with our fuboTV partnership, bringing original series and a huge library of films to [the online TV channel’s] growing base of viewers in time for the holidays,” Alison Hoffman, president of domestic networks for Starz, said in a statement. “With our launch on fuboTV, Starz will be available on all major streaming services in the U.S.”
The platform offers access to more than 7,500 VOD selections including the upcoming third season of “American Gods,” premiering in January 2021; to Hollywood movies such as Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and Bad Boys for Life.
“Starz offers something for everyone in the family to stream,” said Ben Grad, head of content strategy and acquisition for fuboTV.
Starz is available as an add-on to fuboTV’s base package, fubo Standard, for $8.99 per month. fubo Standard offers a broad mix of more than 100 channels, including sports, news and entertainment channels than in any other live streaming platform’s base package.