Warner TV starts broadcasting in the Czech Republic | iRADIO

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On Tuesday, a new free TV channel Warner TV will start broadcasting in the Czech Republic. Its program will consist of films and series from the catalog of Warner Bros. Discovery. In addition, it announced that from May 21 in the Czech Republic and Slovakia it will launch its extended Max streaming platform, where, in addition to the current HBO Max offer, sports broadcasts will also be available, including the upcoming Olympics in Paris.



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9:47 a.m April 2, 2024

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Warner TV will be part of free-to-air TV and the program will be partly themed: Tuesdays will belong to science fiction (eg Westworld or Beetlejuice), Fridays to movie hits (The Color Purple, Madison Bridges, A Star is Born) and Sundays to superhero stories (in April and May respectively Batman and Superman).

On Tuesday, April 2, Stanley Kubrick’s sci-fi classic 2001: A Space Odyssey will open the evening broadcast, followed by Blade Runner. Series production will be represented in the afternoon by Super Gossip or Smallville, and in the evening by The Cleaner and Roswell: New Mexico.

Matt Smith in the second series of Rod draka | Source: Warner Bros. Discovery

Together with the Czech Republic and Slovakia, the Max platform will also be launched at the end of May in other countries of Central and Eastern Europe, Scandinavia and the countries of the Iberian Peninsula. The launch in France, Poland, the Netherlands and Belgium is to follow soon after.

The streaming service, without the established HBO brand in its name, has been operating in the US and Latin America since May of last year, and in addition to existing HBO Max content, it also offers reality shows and documentaries from Discovery and live sports broadcasts from Eurosport.


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To the original HBO and Max series, which includes the crime drama Dark Case or the satirical White Lotus, this year will see the second season of the fantasy Rod of the Dragon, the spy thriller The Sympathizer, the comedy Franchise or the sequels to the blockbusters Penguin, Dune: The Prophecy and Welcome to Derry – To Stephena King.

Max will be available in two basic plans: Standard and Premium. The more expensive plan will allow simultaneous viewing on up to four devices instead of two, as well as download up to 100 movies or series episodes and watch them offline.

It will then be possible to purchase the Sport add-on for both packages, which will give subscribers access to broadcasts from tennis grand slams, cycling Grand Tour races or winter sports championships. However, a sports superstructure will not be needed to watch the Paris Summer Olympics.

Existing HBO Max subscribers will have the Max service available automatically.

The HBO Max menu includes, for example, the new musical Wonka with Timothée Chalamet (left) and Hugh Grant | Source: Vertical Ent.

Warner Bros. Discovery operates 18 paid linear TV channels in the Czech Republic (e.g. Discovery, Eurosport 1 and 2, Cartoon Network, CNN, Animal Planet, HBO and Cinemax) and the HBO Max streaming platform.

In addition, domestically available and localized foreign SVOD platforms Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+, SkyShowtime and Apple TV+. The largest domestic services include KVIFF.TV, DAFilms and Edisonline.

The TV stations Nova (Voyo), Česká televize (iVysílní) and Prima (Prima+) or the Film Academy of Performing Arts (FAMU Films) also have their own streaming platforms.

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