Foxtel today announced the Prime Video app is now available across iQ4 and iQ5 set-tops, delivering even more world-class content to its subscribers.
The Prime Video app provides access to premium and hugely popular Prime Video Originals and exclusives including the first and second seasons of hit local lifestyle show Luxe Listings Sydney, Nine Perfect Strangers and Being the Ricardos, starring Australia’s very own Nicole Kidman, the recent global hit series Reacher, The Tomorrow War starring Chris Pratt, Hotel Transylvania 4: Transformania, Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse with Michael B Jordan and other blockbuster movies like Borat Subsequent Moviefilm.
Integration of Prime Video’s thousands of movies and TV shows adds to Foxtel’s vast content offering of more than 20,000 hours of movies and TV shows On Demand, along with access to other popular streaming apps, including Netflix, ABC iview, SBS on Demand and YouTube, bringing the world’s best streaming content, all in one place, on Foxtel.
Foxtel Group Chief Content and Commercial Officer, Amanda Laing, said: “Our subscribers have an insatiable appetite for all the very best drama, reality, movies and local originals, and with the Prime Video app available on set-tops it is now easier than ever before for customers to find their next content obsession. Prime Video joins some of the world’s best apps, all in one place and easy to navigate from one Home screen so you can get to your next watch with the click of a button.”
Hushidar Kharas, Head of Prime Video Australia, said: “As a customer obsessed company, we are always looking for new ways to be more accessible to our customers in Australia. With the Prime Video app now being distributed by Foxtel, Prime Video’s premium content will be even more accessible to content loving Australians, and give them greater access to watch new releases such as Luxe Listings Sydney Season 2 or the global hit series The Boys.”