Warner Bros. and Discovery have come up with a huge multi-year plan that has thrilled movie buffs around the world. The media giant is set to produce several multi-crore projects, including the highly anticipated Harry Potter TV series, upcoming prequels and spin-offs of the acclaimed franchise, Game Of Thrones. Following the huge deals with India’s Reliance Jio Cinema, Warner Bros and HBO are now making headlines by signing a massive multi-year deal with Canada’s popular streaming service, Crave.
Warner Bros’ multi-year deal with Crave
According to the latest reports published by Deadline, Warner Bros. and Discovery have renewed the licensing deal with Crave since 2019 and have signed a multi-year deal worth a huge price to stream all of its upcoming ambitious projects across Canada. Karine Moses, the Senior Vice President of Bell Media, the parent company of Crave, CTV, CTV.ca and the CTV app, confirmed the reports in a recently released statement, calling the new partnership with Warner Bros. “a landmark agreement.”
All of the brand new shows from rebranded WBD streamer Max will be launching soon on Canada’s Crave. This list includes all aspirational ventures produced by Warner Bros, Discovery, and HBO, including the decade Harry Potter TV series and Colin Farrell starring The Penguin, all upcoming DC movies and series, and the highly anticipated Game Of Thrones spin-offs and prequels, including Season 2 of House Of The Dragon.
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