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Discovery + launches new streaming service in 2021 |  Movie Zain

Discovery + launches new streaming service in 2021 | Movie Zain

Early next year, Discovery will launch a new global streaming service. Meanwhile, Dplay will change its name.

Discovery, Inc. Today announced the global launch of Discovery +, a streaming service it hopes to become a “world leader in entertainment”. It will be available on the US market from January 4, 2021.

In the first phase, Discovery + will be launched in 25 countries, including India, the United Kingdom and Ireland. The next step is for Dplay to change its name in the North.

For our Swedish and Scandinavian customers, this means that in January you will meet them with a brand new brand. They’ll be able to access the same content we have on Dplay today and of course, more exclusive content in the future. In addition, we will provide more of our sports content on the new streaming service, he says Niklas Norby , Discovery in the Nordics CEO, in a press release.

Enter the Olympiad and Eurosport

Regarding the Olympic Games in Tokyo next year, Discovery + will be the “home of the Olympics” where viewers can watch every minute of and watch every medal from the Olympic Games. Next year, all of Eurosport’s sporting rights, such as tennis, cycling, winter sports and soccer, will transfer to Discovery + and join Allsvenskan.

– With Discovery +, we are using our global opportunity to become a leading global provider of “unwritten” stories in live broadcast. And we’ll be the perfect complement to other streaming services, says David Zaslav, President and CEO of Discovery, Inc.

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Interior design, romance and true crime

When Discovery + launches in the US on January 4, it will have 55,000 hours of entertainment.

Limit It tells more about the scope, as David Schwimmer is the narrator in the nature series “Mysterious Planet” and Kevin Hart embarks on an American road trip in the adventure series “Route 66”. Martha Stewart is a judge on the “Clipped” competition program for garden design. Food, lifestyle, documentaries on real crime, and dating software are other topics that will be emphasized.

American viewers have to pay $ 5 for the service (or $ 7 for the ad-free version). It is not yet clear how much the Discovery + service will cost in Sweden