Netflix, Amazon and Plex launch new series and services
Is there anything more exciting than watching what goes on behind the scenes at one of the best-known European football teams in history? Or to watch how a human rights lawyer unveils an international conspiracy? Or watch a personalized news feed from the most credible news source in the world?
Well, these are some of the suggestions from Netflix, Amazon and Plex. Find out all about it!
Juventus FC, by Netflix
Netflix will show fans of the Italian Serie A champion Juventus FC the backstage stories and characters that are part of the daily life of this historic European football club, in a documentary series with episodes lasting four hours.
The launch of this docuseries is planned for the beginning of 2018 and promises to show the reality of a top football team on a more personal level: from the perspectives of the players and the technical team.
Amazon will release Fearless in the US on Friday, October 27. This Amazon original series will première its six episodes on the Prime Video service and promises plenty of action and mystery. This thriller follows the activities of Emma Banville (Helen McCrory), a British human rights lawyer who suddenly finds herself in the midst of a conspiracy with national and international repercussions.
Written and produced by Homeland writer and Executive Producer Patrick Harbinson, Fearless is Amazon’s big hit for the last two months of the year.
Plex launches a new service, Plex News. This service brings together around 190 global publisher partners, such as CNN, CBS, the Financial Times and Euronews, not to mention more local and locally focused partners.
This new service has come as a result of the recent acquisition of Watchup and is available to all Plex Pass subscribers. Plex News is supported by a variety of streaming services and operating systems such as Android TV, Android Mobile and iOS. Because this service is supported by ads, you can enjoy it in full for free.