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Quickflix launches latest TV streaming

Quickflix launches latest TV streaming

Quickflix, New Zealand's premiere movie and TV streaming service, today announces the launch of its new TV range, offering a growing selection of latest TV series to customers, whether they are Quickflix subscribers or not.

This new addition to the expanding Quickflix service allows Kiwis to stream leading international TV shows by the episode or to purchase as an entire season and watch on a wide range of internet connected devices, including smart TVs, Xbox 360, tablets and smartphones. The service will also be available on Sony PS3 and PS4 consoles later in the year. Available series include Downton Abbey, The Walking Dead, Hannibal, Orphan Black, Luther, Miranda, Rectify, Call the Midwife, and Ja’mie: Private School Girl, with many more to come from Disney, NBC Universal, ABC, eOne, Starz and BBC. With more studio deals being finalised, further great shows will be added in the coming months.

Commenting on the launch, Quickflix NZ Managing Director Paddy Buckley said “This is a major development for legal TV viewing in this country and provides a nice complement to our existing subscription service and pay per view latest release movies. We're delighted to be able to respond to consumer demand - up to now, many Kiwis simply haven't been able to access some of this content or it has been locked behind paywalls. For latest TV on Quickflix, you only pay for what you want to watch and nothing else.”

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