Amazon Prime, 10 All Access Headed to Fetch


The Australian entertainment service Fetch TV will add Amazon Prime Video and 10 All Access to its platform this year.

The news was revealed at APOS, where Fetch TV CEO Scott Lorson was a keynote speaker yesterday.

The deal with CBS Interactive and Network 10 brings the SVOD service 10 All Access to Fetch in the coming months, delivering more than 7,000 episodes for a monthly fee of A$9.99. Titles will include U.S. CBS All Access originals The Twilight Zone and Tell Me A Story, current and previous seasons of select CBS and 10 shows and CBS News’ 24/7 streaming news service.

Rob Gelick, executive VP and general manager of CBS Entertainment Digital, noted, “We continue to see tremendous growth in Australia and expanding 10 All Access’s distribution across the Fetch service will enable even more consumers to stream 10 All Access.”

Lorson added, “Fetch TV is all about offering consumers ‘All your entertainment in one place,’ with the convenience of one remote, one interface and one bill. We are very excited to expand our partnership with CBS and Network 10 and offer our subscribers access to even more great binge-worthy, ad-free content. SVOD services are taking off in Australia, and we believe that 10 All Access is well positioned to be a category leader in the years ahead.”

The Amazon Prime Video app will launch on the Fetch set-top box later this year, priced at A$6.99 a month or A$59 a year. Lorson noted, “Fetch has enjoyed tremendous subscriber growth by making good on the simple proposition of ‘All your entertainment in one place.’ Fetch offers an unparalleled user experience and a compelling content proposition by working with the very best content providers. With the addition of the Prime Video app, our subscribers can look forward to more great content.”

Fetch already features Netflix and Stan as add-on subscriptions, as well as a TVOD library, free-to-air and subscription catch-up services, subscription entertainment channel packs and more,