Filmzie Rolling Out All3Media International Content


The AVOD streamer Filmzie has expanded into TV series streaming in the U.K. with content from its deal with All3Media International.

The first show to launch on the platform is the Jack Whitehall-led comedy Fresh Meat. Filmzie will continue to roll out its slate over the coming weeks, including Ross Kemp’s police action series Ultimate Force and the Glasgow-based crime thriller Field of Blood with Peter Capaldi. The cult classic youth series Skins will also be made available.

Other All3Media International TV series to be made available on Filmzie are The Commander, Masterchef USA, Secret State, Undercover Boss USA, Accused, Honest, Beaver Falls and Extremely Dangerous.

Filmzie recently launched as a linear channel on Samsung TV Plus. It is also available on Fire TV, as an iOS and Android app, or through Filmzie’s U.K. service is the first in what is planned as an international roll-out. Additional territories and platforms are expected to follow throughout 2021.

Matej Boda, CEO of Filmzie, said: “We’re bringing great series and past TV gems back to audiences in the U.K. All3Media International is home to many key brands that are popular in the U.K., and our move into acquiring these series is part of our mission to give audiences content they love for free. Our model means that everyone can enjoy cult favorites, excellent comedy and TV classics wherever they want, whenever they want and without having to worry about the cost. We’re looking forward to building on our relationship with All3Media International and will continue to seek out top programs and films to make sure viewers can find high-quality and varied content.”

Mike Gould, partnerships manager at All3Media International, added: “We’re delighted to be in partnership with Filmzie. This deal further highlights the breadth of quality in the All3Media International library and enduring popularity of our shows, and we look forward to reaching both new and familiar audiences alike on the Filmzie service as it expands its content mix.”