iflix, Southeast Asia’s leading Internet TV service, offering subscribers unlimited access to thousands of hours of entertainment for a low monthly price, today announced it has entered into another landmark content distribution agreement with The Walt Disney Company Southeast Asia.
The deal covers The Walt Disney Company’s raft of content across the Marvel Studios, ABC Studios, Buena Vista International and Touchstone Pictures, brands, including blockbuster hits Thor, Iron Man, Iron Man II, Real Steel and The Help along with classics like The Sixth Sense, Armageddon and Pretty Woman.
In addition, iflix will offer subscribers’ unprecedented access to an incredible selection of TV shows from ABC Studios. The addition of ABC On Demand to iflix’s catalogue will give subscribers unlimited access to full season box sets of hit dramas like Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, Revenge, Devious Maids, Once Upon A Time and Scandal. Other great shows include Grey’s Anatomy, Castle, Cougar Town, Scrubs, Desperate Housewives, Criminal Minds and every episode of Lost.
iflix Group CEO, Mark Britt said: “Disney is the pre-eminent producer of entertainment for all ages. We are incredibly excited to collaborate with them. This significant investment in the best of Disney’s content reaffirms our commitment to bring the best content to iflix customers across Southeast Asia. Iflix subscribers can also now binge on ABC’s hit TV shows, available from the first episode of season one to the last episode of the latest season. ”
“We constantly look at ways to innovate and make our content available to the Disney fans in our markets, at a touch of a button and on the go. With the internet being the everyday entertainment source for consumers, we are happy to be working with iflix to expand our presence in Southeast Asia” said Amit Maholtra, General Manager, Studio Entertainment, The Walt Disney Company.
Having recently launched in Malaysia and the Philippines, iflix will roll out its world class service to additional key Southeast Asian markets, including Thailand, Indonesia, and Vietnam throughout 2015, offering consumers more than 11,000 hours of top U.S., Asian regional, and local TV shows and movies. Each subscription will allow a user to access the service on five Internet capable devices such as mobile, tablet, computer, or television set, for viewing anywhere, anytime.