Brazilian streaming platform Globoplay signed a partnership with Starzplay, the premium international streaming platform of the American TV network Starz, to offer an exclusive combo for the Brazilian public. As of May 12, Globoplay subscribers and non-subscribers will be able to purchase a Starzplay subscription that combines both services for BRL 35.80 per month. Thanks to this agreement, all Starzplay content will be available within Globoplay.
Anyone who is already a Globoplay subscriber, hired by the site, can upgrade. Anyone who is not a Globoplay subscriber can hire the combo. Subscribers to combos with Globoplay, Globoplay + live channels or who have contracted these products through a different web channel will be able to add Starzplay. “Starz is known for producing premium drama for international audiences on Starzplay. Its content delights global audiences and makes a profound cultural impact. It is an honor for us to offer Globoplay subscribers yet another possibility to combine high-quality products with the convenience of being able to watch everything from the same place, without having to change apps,” said Erick Bretas, Director of Digital Products and Paid Channels at Globo.
“We are excited to forge this partnership with Globoplay, a leader in streaming, that will help strengthen Starzplay’s presence in Brazil and give subscribers even more access to our extensive offering of curated content. Globoplay shares our commitment to providing subscribers with exceptional content combined with a premium user experience and together we hope to strengthen our relationship with Brazilian viewers,” added Superna Kalle, President of Starz International Networks.
Among the highlights of Starzplay’s content is the series “Gaslit,” a modern version of the Watergate scandal in the United States. Also scheduled for May and June are the four series from the “Power” universe, from executive producer Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson; “Shining Vale”; “Señorita 89”; “The Spanish Princess”; and premieres of the new series “Becoming Elizabeth” and “El Refugio.” Senal News