Warner TV Launches on Singapore’s Singtel TV


SINGAPORE: Warner TV has rolled out on Singtel TV in high-definition, bringing U.S. entertainment content, including the upcoming series DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, to viewers in Singapore.

Available across the Asia Pacific and created and distributed by Turner Broadcasting System Asia Pacific, Warner TV features series and hit movies from Warner Bros. and Turner. Through its launch on Singtel TV, series featured on the channel are available in Singapore within hours of their U.S. debuts. A key component of Warner TV’s launch on Singtel TV will be the premiere of the action series DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, which will air in Singapore on the same day it debuts in the U.S., Friday, January 22, at 9 p.m. Other series available to viewers in Singapore include Arrow, Gotham, iZombie, Blindspot, Mom, The Big Bang Theory and 2 Broke Girls. Warner TV will also air blockbuster movies such as Gravity, Pacific Rim and Hangover 3, among others.

Goh Seow Eng, the managing director of home and consumer in Singapore at Singtel, said: “Singtel is committed to securing quality family entertainment for our customers and we are delighted to launch Warner TV (HD) from our long-time partner Turner International on Singtel TV. With popular series and blockbuster hits specially selected for Asian audiences, Warner TV will boost our already strong lineup, giving our customers even more exciting premium entertainment for their viewing pleasure.”

Ricky Ow, the president of Turner International Asia Pacific, added: “Singtel TV now carries the full slate of Turner’s Southeast Asia channels across news, general entertainment and kids’ programming: CNN International, HLN, truTV, TCM Turner Classic Movies, Oh!K, Cartoon Network, Toonami and Boomerang. We’re confident that Warner TV, with the latest and hottest content express from the U.S., will have huge appeal to Singtel TV viewers on both Channel 306 and on catch-up via Warner TV Encore.”

Warner TV (HD) is part of the Family Starter pack and will be available to all Singtel TV subscribers for a free preview until February 4.