BBC Worldwide announced two new licensing deals with India’s leading digital service providers, Hungama and Vuclip. With these SVOD deals, India viewers will have access to award-winning and popular BBC drama series never before seen in India.
From end April 2016, viewers on Hungama will be able to watch BBC programmes premiering in India for the first time including crime dramas Prey, Not Safe For Work and Save Our Skins. These programmes and more will be available on demand for viewers to watch at their own convenience.
Subscribers of Vuclip’s OTT service, Viu, can catch blockbusting BBC dramas including the modern reworking of Tolstoy’s epic masterpiece, War and Peace, starring Paul Dano, Lily James and James Norton; and BAFTA-nominated Doctor Foster.
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