Spanish streamer Movistar Plus+ and Warner Bros. Discovery (WBD) have extended their partnership to bring content from WBD’s portfolio of entertainment, sports, films and news to Movistar Plus+ customers in Spain.
This includes the upcoming streaming service Max which is due to launch in Spain in Spring 2024.
As part of the deal, Movistar+ Plus will continue to be home to WBD’s linear networks Warner TV, TCM, Discovery Channel, Eurosport and CNN.
From January 1, Movistar customers will also have access on select services to Warner Bros entertainment including Barbie, Meg 2, The Nun 2 and iconic TV series like Friends or The Big Bang Theory as well as recent hits Mrs Davis and The Winchester.
In spring, Movistar Plus+ will add Max, the streaming platform from Warner Bros. Discovery.
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Cristina Burzako, CEO Movistar Plus+ said: “This alliance is very special for our platform because it completes a content offering that we consider unbeatable and highly attractive to our clients. Warner Bros. Discovery is a great international partner that will bring us highly anticipated hits from the latest films such as ‘Barbie’, as well as a selection of series, documentaries and programs. We are happy to have been able to finalize this agreement, which also guarantees that the enhanced Max platform will be on Movistar Plus+.
Alessandro Araimo, Managing Director, Warner Bros. Discovery, Southern Europe: “Spain represents one of the key territories for Warner Bros. Discovery and the partnership with an operator like Movistar is a crucial factor for the continued solid and steady growth of our streaming business internationally. The huge variety of movies, TV series, sports, and entertainment shows, combined with the launch of Max in 2024 will make the offer truly unparalleled.”