Lionsgate Play to premiere 60 exclusive titles in India over next 12 months

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Mumbai: Lionsgate Play, the premium streaming platform from Starz Global, today announced the premiere of 60 English titles including blockbuster movies and series for the Indian audiences over next one year. The slate of titles will include digital premieres like Spiral, Way Down, ‘Oscar Winner- The Father, Cold Pursuit, Till Death among other and series like Dr. Death, Vigil, Heels, Power Book Raising Kanan, The Pier, Spy City and many more releasing every Friday. At an attractive pricing of Rs 699 yearly, Lionsgate is the one-stop-Friday-destination!

The OTT platform, known for its curated and gripping content, has released critically acclaimed shows like Normal People, The Pact, Wrath of Man, The Goes Wrong Show, Seduced: Inside NXIM Cult, The Girlfriend Experience, Home Economics, etc. to name a few. Lionsgate Play is home to the best Hollywood content from across genres like action, horror, romance, comedy and more. With the philosophy of bringing the best from the world, Lionsgate Play boasts the largest library curated from global giants like BBC, Lionsgate, ITV, NBC, Endeavour.

Lionsgate Executive Vice President Amit Dhanuka says: “We are very encouraged by the response we are receiving from our audiences. Titles like Wrath of Man, Normal People, Hunter Killer, Chaos Walking, The Girlfriend Experience amongst many others have broken all records on our service. I am very thrilled to share that in the coming year we have a strong line up of 60-70 titles for our subscribers. Curated by the best studios we are looking at strengthening our content slate with edgy, bold, and strong story lines. My personal favourite is Anthony Hopkins, The Father. Keeping our user’s preference in mind we will continue to localize our content in six Indian languages so they can enjoy the Best of Hollywood in a language of their preference. Towards the end of the year, we will be ready to top this offering with our Indian Originals as well.”