Sky has expanded its content and co-production deals with WarnerMedia, owners of HBO, Turner and Warner Bros, ensuring continued access to the firm’s programming for both Sky and NOW TV customers.
Under the partnership, which dates back to 2010, Sky’s customers have enjoyed a host of premium shows including Succession, WestWorld and the acclaimed Chernobyl.
As well as new TV shows the expanded deal covers first run movies, “richer on-demand content” under the Cartoon Network and Boomerang brands and co-productions between Sky Studios and WarnerMedia’s HBO Max.
Gary Davey, CEO Sky Studios, said: “Our partnership with HBO, and now Warner Media, has never been stronger as Sky continues to thrive as Europe’s leading direct-to-consumer media and entertainment business.
“Customers love our Sky original productions and together, Sky Studios and HBO Max will bring them more unique stories that you can’t find anywhere else.”
Jeffrey R. Schlesinger, President, Warner Bros. Worldwide Television Distribution, said: “We are thrilled to find new ways to deepen our longstanding relationship with Sky, and bring a fresh dimension to the great content we continue to bring to consumers.”