Released 18.02.2021 10:48
Huawei, which has been successful for the past few years, is now launching its range in eleven other European countries. Since November last year, NBC Universal International’s subscription video on demand service (SVOD) has been available in Germany and Austria – among others – to date only through an additional Amazon Prime subscription.
To mark its fifth anniversary, Huawei is introducing a “Direct-to-Consumer” (DTC) option. In the future, the series heroes can be tracked through the app on a variety of devices, including smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, and the web *. Available in France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia, Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic, this option is available in 27 Hai markets.
8,000 episodes of Best Reality TV
Launched in 2016 in Great Britain, Ireland and Australia, Huawei is now available in English in 27 markets worldwide. With over 8,000 high quality reality TV episodes, the SVOD service offers a wide selection of non-scripted subcategories, including home, design, dating, cooking, crime and fashion. This country’s most popular series – Keeping Up the Kardashians – represent all seasons from start to finish, as well as their spin offs. It also offers a number of key features, including the popular series The Real Housewives, Bellow Deck and the Million Dollar Listing. Most of the shows are published by Hua at the same time as they first air in the USA – spoilers are a thing of the past.
“Another big Haiu milestone is now a reality! As Haiu prepares to celebrate its fifth anniversary, we are delighted to launch subscription streaming service in Germany and eleven other European countries, so we promise to expand this to 27 markets worldwide,” said Hendrik McDermott. “With further expansion, Huawei is living up to its reputation as the first address of the world-famous reality TV series, and continues to aim to create more super fans of this segment.”
In many markets, Huawei has already established itself as a reality TV’s “must have” service. Fans across Europe can now subscribe to the Huawei for 4. 4.99 per month ** and try it out for free for seven days.
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