Foxtel expands content deal with Warner Bros. Discovery

Warner Bros. Discovery (WBD) has renewed its multi-year agreement with Australian pay TV operator The Foxtel Group to remain the home of HBO, Max Originals, Warner Bros. and Discovery programming down under.

Foxtel subscribers will have access to a range of HBO and WBD existing and upcoming content. This includes, House of the Dragon, The Last of Us, Succession, The White Lotus, The Flash, Dune 2, Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom and Barbie.

Joined by a range of channels across Foxtel Group platforms, including Discovery, Discovery Turbo, TLC, Investigation Discovery, Animal Planet, CNN International, Cartoon Network and Boomerang.

“This landmark partnership cements our position as the partner of choice to the world’s largest entertainment studios, said Foxtel’s CEO, Patrick Delany. “We are delighted Warner Bros. Discovery chose us as we continue our long-standing partnership together with optionality at its core. A unique business model like ours that covers multiple platforms and brands means we can partner for the long term and together we will continue to entertain millions of Australians every day for years to come.”

Warner Bros. Discovery president and managing director, Western Pacific, James Gibbons, added: “Foxtel Group are a long-term, historic partner for Warner Bros. Discovery in Australia, and we are thrilled to deepen this strong collaboration with a renewed agreement that reflects the scale and opportunity of Foxtel Group’s growing suite of products and customer base.

“As we look to drive strategic growth of our business across all platforms locally, this deal also provides optionality for future collaboration, including for our future streaming service, that will ultimately offer Australians greater access to the world-class storytelling and much-loved brands Warner Bros. Discovery is renowned for.”

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