Free movie streaming and social platform Filmzie has join Netgem’s ISP-based TV service.
It means homes with a Netgem TV box or connected TV will be able to access the full slate of Filmzie series and films.
The Netgem TV platform will promote Filmzie’s content through its streaming app but also via dynamic areas on the Netgem User Interface, including carousels, editorialised sections, and smart notifications.
Matej Boda, CEO of Filmzie says: “Netgem has a reputation for giving its customers excellent content from the best providers. Its innovative approach to discoverability of brilliant TV shows and films fits with our belief in promoting hidden gems as well as A-list films. As we continue our growth in the UK and international markets, we know Netgem will support our objectives and help us bring top class series and films to wider audiences, for free.”
Shan Eisenberg, CCO at Netgem TV adds “We’re delighted to be the first TV service in the UK and Ireland to fully embed the great collection of movies and series offered by Filmzie. We know viewers are craving for a better value alternative to old-school Pay TV, in the same way that they are also turning to new, better options for ultrafast broadband. We warmly welcome Filmzie to accompany our joined growth with Altnets and challenger ISPs.”
The launch follows Filmzie’s recent move in to streaming hit TV series, after acquiring its first slate of shows from All3Media International – including Jack Whitehall-led comedy favourite Fresh Meat, and classic UK teen series Skins.
These shows will sit on the Filmzie platform with the streamer’s growing catalogue of films and series from major studios and indie producers. These titles include Taika Waititi’s cult favourite What We Do in The Shadows, legendary Korean director Park Chan Wook’s Lady Vengeance and Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, and Maniac, starring Elijah Wood.
Filmzie is also available as a Fire TV and Android TV app, on Samsung Smart TVs as a linear channel,
or as iOS and Android mobile apps.
Netgem TV has recently been added to ISP branded services such as Origin TV and Community Fibre TV.