FOX+ launches in Taiwan
September 19, 2017
FOX Networks Group Asia has announced the launch of FOX+ in Taiwan. The streaming service offers a content library consisting of the latest TV series, first-run Hollywood blockbusters, hit Chinese movies, Asian series, variety shows, live sports and documentaries.
FOX+ is collaborating with Chunghwa Telecom, the largest telecom company in Taiwan, to launch the service in the region. The service boasts more than 10,000 hours of content and is accessible from any iOS and Android device, including Android TV, anytime and anywhere.
FOX+ viewers will have access to popular content from global movie studios and television channels as well as original FOX programming such as National Geographic original series, Diana: In Her Own Words. In addition, viewers can enjoy English Hollywood movies such as X-Men: Apocalypse, Trolls and Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. What’s more, TV hit series including The Walking Dead Season 8 will be available on the same day as the global premier in the US in October. Viewers can also binge watch every season of popular FOX+ such as American Horror Story and Homeland.
Fans of Chinese and Asian entertainment can enjoy a series of specially curated shows including Korean dramas, Chinese variety shows, in-house variety shows and Chinese box office hits.
Sports fans in Taiwan can also enjoy a range of games either on the go on their mobile devices, or from the comfort of their own homes in front of their Android TV. October features the baseball playoffs with three major league games: CPBL, NPB and MLB.
Zubin Gandevia, President of FOX Networks Group Asia, said, “We have always been committed to bringing world-class entertainment to our viewers in Taiwan. The launch of FOX+ enables us to take that promise to the next level, bringing even more movies, series, sports and documentaries to viewers. With the anytime, anywhere streaming function, FOX+ is a game changer – offering viewers in Taiwan the ultimate upgrade to their entertainment experience.”