All posts tagged 'Warner Bros. International Television Distribution'

E4 Picks Up UK Rights To ‘Supernatural’ Season 15

E4 is sticking with Supernatural until the end. Mere weeks after TVWise revealed that they had picked up the UK rights to season 14, the Channel 4 owned digi-net has announced that they have also secured the show's fifteenth and final season. E4 said that season 14 would air in 2020, while season 15 would follow "at a later date".

E4 Acquires UK Rights To ‘Batwoman’ & ‘Harley Quinn’ In Deal With Warner Bros

After months of rumours, Batwoman has found a UK home. E4 has secured the UK rights to the latest Arrowverse show in a deal with Warner Bros. International Television Distribution. E4 parent Channel 4 said that the series would premiere on the channel in 2020. In addition to Batwoman, this deal with WBITD also gives E4 UK rights to DC Universe's animated Harley Quinn series.

BBC Three Picks Up UK Rights To ‘Shrill’ Season 2, Sets January Premiere

Mere weeks after they launched the show's first season, BBC Three has secured the UK rights to the second season of Hulu's comedy series Shrill from international distributor Warner Bros. International Television Distribution. The show's second season will be available to stream on BBC Three (via the iPlayer) from Saturday January 25th, less than 24 hours behind the U.S. premiere on Hulu.

BBC Three Acquires UK Rights To Hulu’s ‘Shrill’, Sets December Premiere

BBC Three has acquired the UK right to Hulu's comedy series Shrill after striking a deal with international distributor Warner Bros. International Television Distribution. The complete first season will be available to stream on BBC Three (via the iPlayer) from Sunday December 15th.

StarzPlay Acquires UK Rights To ‘Doom Patrol’, Sets January 2020 Premiere

Doom Patrol is finally crossing the pond. StarzPlay has secured the UK rights to the Titans spin-off series after striking a deal with Warner Bros. International Television Distribution. The show's fifteen episode first season will launch on the streaming service on Thursday January 2nd.

Sky Extends HBO Output Deal With WarnerMedia, Will Co-Produce HBO Max Originals

HBO content is staying put on Sky. The satcaster has extended their output deal with WarnerMedia. The extension, which comes ahead of the 2020 expiration of the prior agreement, also includes a new co-production agreement that give Sky the opportunity to co-produce select HBO Max originals going forward. The five-year agreement covers all of Sky's European markets.