A world of Discovery with iflix

movie & TV February 11, 2018 13:50

By The Nation

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Iflix subscribers are now able to stream and download an expanded selection of premium non-fiction and lifestyle content from some of Discovery Networks’ most popular brands.



Content by Discovery Networks is characterised by unparalleled production values, spectacular cinematography and compelling stories, and spans non-fiction genres including science, exploration, survival, natural history, sustainability of the environment, technology, anthropology, health and wellness, engineering, adventure, lifestyles and current events.

Discovery Channel features a variety of documentary programmes including “Ed Stafford: Left For Dead”, “Coopers Treasure”, “Naked And Afraid”, “Man Made Marvels Asia”, “Idris Elba: Fighter”, “Hacking the Wild” and “Deadliest Catch”.

The expanded programme also includes popular shows from TLC Channel, among them “Playhouse Masters”, “Beach Life With Angela Kan”, “The Kings”, “90 Day Fiance”, “Love at First Swipe”, “2 Dudes & A Kitchen”, “Stay Home Chef”, “United States of Bacon” and “Hair Goddess”.

Animal Planet shows an array of animal life programmes such as “Monsters Inside Me”, “African Wild”, “Meet the Penguins” “Dogs: The Untold Story” and “Wildest Islands of Indonesia”..

“Discovery captivates fans around the globe with high quality content designed to inform, entertain and inspire. We are excited to add Discovery’s most popular brands to our extensive portfolio of the world’s most beloved entertainment brands,” says Iflix Group Chief Content Officer, Sean Carey.

“Now, iflix subscribers across Asia can stream or download the best of Discovery’s library in a dynamic, easy-to-navigate interface.”

In addition to big global hits, the offering from Discovery also includes several local productions and localised programmes. From wild fishing adventures in Thailand and how to whip up dude food, to chicken beauty pageants in Indonesia and pressing conservation issues, these stories from and about Asia will appeal to local audiences.