A VERY BRITISH INVASION
Lovers of British docos are in for a treat this week with news that streaming service Presto has signed a distribution deal with BBC Worldwide.
The partnership will see close to 100 hours of acclaimed TV documentaries from the British broadcaster added to Presto’s content stable.
Highlights include the best of Michael Palin’s (above) unique travel series, Stephen Fry offerings such as Fry’s Planet World and Stephen Fry and the Great American Oil Spill. and raft of hit Louis Theroux (below) documentaries. There are also hours worth of in-depth biographies, scientific series and more.
It’s good news for the streaming service, which has also recently announced the pick up of a second season of David Duchovny’s latest TV project Aquarius.
And in more good news for potential subscribers. Presto is currently offering a 30-day free trial in conjunction with the latest releases, which will be available to stream from July 16. Head to www.presto.com.au to find out more.