300 MovieSphere Titles a Month

About 300 movies a month will be available to stream on ThreeNow’s latest FAST channel, MovieSphere.

Here’s the media release:

LIGHTS, CAMERA… MovieSphere! FAST channels fast gaining momentum in NZ

Tuesday 2 April 2024 – It’s an exciting day for film lovers in New Zealand as Warner Bros. Discovery ANZ launches MovieSphere by Lionsgate – the only premium global movie channel offered by a major studio, available for free on ThreeNow.

MovieSphere will feature much-loved films daily from Lionsgate’s catalogue; launching with titles such as Kill Bill: V1 and V2, Reservoir Dogs and Seeking a Friend for the End of the World, among 300 other titles each month.

“ThreeNow is the fastest growing streaming service in New Zealand, and now the home for FAST channels,” says Juliet Peterson Senior Director, Content + BVOD (ANZ), Warner Bros. Discovery.

“Their popularity in the past year has soared with live streams supported by the growth of FAST channels increasing by 77%.”*

The arrival of MovieSphere, boosts an already extensive FAST channel offering on ThreeNow which includes – Warner Bros. TV House Hunters, Warner Bros. TV Paranormal, Warner Bros. TV True Crime, Warner Bros. TV Reality, Warner Bros. TV Motor Heads, Warner Bros. TV Deadliest Catch and West Family Sagas, as well as featuring live coverage of the popular Sail GP, NASCAR and Moto GP.

To stream MovieSphere, download the ThreeNow app on your device and click ‘Live TV’.

*Source: Adobe analytics Jan-Feb 24.

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2 Responses to “300 MovieSphere Titles a Month”


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    April 2, 2024 at 12:02 pm

    Ironic that TVNZ did a huge Tarantino push last year on TVNZ+, on-demand and ad supported. And now it’s all streamed linearly on ad-supported TV from ThreeNow. Missed the boat much?

  2. I see Kill Bill VI/II is still on TVNZ+. So its down to the battle of the UI and linear watching vs OnDemand. Break out the popcorn.

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