The streaming service known as Tubi has gone through a series of library growth in recent years. They have scored sporting explosives, anime, adult animation, and a deal with Lionsgate. Now they are expanding further with a deal to bring their app to the land of the Canucks with a collaboration with Incendo and Content Canada.
They said on their website that they “announced today at Content Canada that it will expand upon its collaboration with Incendo on an upcoming slate of projects that includes a new film adaptation of Hans Holzer’s THE AMITYVILLE CURSE and an original horror film, MARRY F* KILL from Ian Carpenter & Aaron Martin (“Terror Train”). THE AMITYVILLE CURSE is currently in pre-production and scheduled to film in Montreal, Canada. Production is already underway in Montreal on MARRY F* KILL.”
They added, “At its 2022 NewFronts presentation, Tubi revealed it is doubling down on content and debuting more than 100 new original titles over the next year. Tubi is cementing its commitment to original content, giving audiences more of what they love, including horror and thrillers, throughout the year.”
Tubi already hosts an impressive horror library that includes television shows, movies, documentaries, and originals. Not only is this “doubling down” on content, but also on the horror genre.
Chief Content Officer Adam Lewinson at Tubi expressed excitement saying in a statement, “With the anticipated launch of the Tubi Original TERROR TRAIN right around the corner, we’re pleased to share that we’re already building upon our content creation partnership with Incendo.”
“We look forward to continuing our collaboration and working with fantastic Canadian filmmakers and talent on an exciting reimagining of THE AMITYVILLE CURSE and our new original, MARRY F*** KILL which mixes elements of ‘Stranger Things’ and ‘Euphoria’ in its captivating script,” he added.
This displays Tubi’s strategy for entering the streaming wars with its ad-based platform.
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