FILM.UA Group's Content is Now Available on Gett TV Platform

• 15.02.2021

Some of the most popular content of FILM.UA Group, in various genres, can now be viewed from Eastern and South-Eastern Asia, Australia, and New Zealand

FILM.UA Group has got a new partner in the Asian countries. Now FILM UA Group content is going to be more accessible to viewers from Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam, through the GETT TV streaming platform.

The Sniffer detective series, an international hit with excellent ratings across Ukraine and Eastern Europe; Doctor on Call medical drama about the everyday life of medical workers, the longest-running Ukrainian-language project (7 seasons and 265 episodes); Nothing Happens Twice drama series that received a hit status and high TV viewing figures, and many other exciting TV products totaling over 1200 hours are now available in Full HD format and on any device (Apple, Android, Smart TVs, etc.) for viewers in the Asian region as part of the basic subscription.

We're excited to introduce Gett TV to the millions of expats who already made Asia their home, as well as people visiting this colorful and exciting region as tourists. Our mission is to ensure that Gett TV subscribers stay tuned to relevant, quality content in their native language they are accustomed to and could enjoy it the convenient and legal way,” - said Tom Beirith, CEO of GETT TV.

Audiences interest is always a great thing, and it's twice as gratifying that thanks to Gett TV, we can introduce our projects to viewers in new and exciting territories. Moreover, serials of FILM.UA Group are well-known in the world. For example, the Sniffer was a hit on Japanese television, and right now several prominent series are preparing to launch in South Korea. We hope that all our projects will draw the attention of the users of the service,” - commented Tatyana Shershneva, TV and Digital Sales Manager at FILM.UA Distribution.

The service was launched in December 2020, and at the moment, only users from the specified countries can subscribe to it, but over time the creators of the platform promise to expand to new territories.