Starz Nov. 25 announced it has launched its international StarzPlay app in Brazil, France, Germany, Mexico and the United Kingdom, with plans to launch in 20 additional countries in 2020.
Lionsgate-owned Starz has more than 5.6 million domestic over-the-top video subscribers. StarzPlay is a separate SVOD service outside the United States.
“Expanding our direct-to-consumer product into the global arena … gives subscribers seamless entry to our platform and premium content on their device of choice, while also providing us with access to key consumer data insights as we continue to position ourselves for success in the evolving content ecosystem,” CEO Jeffrey Hirsch said in a statement.
StarzPlay ($5) is currently available in Europe and Latin America on Apple TV; in France, Germany, Mexico and the U.K. on Amazon Prime Video channels; Mexico on izzi and Totalplay; in Spain on Orange and Vodafone; in the U.K. on Virgin Media; in France on Orange; and as Starz in Canada in alliance with Bell Media.
Subscribers in select countries have access to hundreds of movies and series, including Starz Originals such as the recently debuted “The Spanish Princess” and “Dublin Murders,” as well as curated series including “The Act” and drama “Mr. Mercedes” and movies like Hitch, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and No Country for Old Men.