APOS BALI – HOOQ – the largest Video on Demand service in Southeast Asia – is doubling down on content investments in Indonesia, through strategic partnerships with MD Pictures, Starvision, Rapi Films, TBS Films and more to be announced shortly.  This follows a bold introduction of 1-day sachet pricing and free-to-air channels streaming for free on the platform.  These partnerships have secured HOOQ a dramatically improved premium local content offer for the Indonesian customer, ensuring HOOQ’s local content offering is the strongest selection with the latest movies of any service in Indonesia.



To reinforce HOOQ’s commitment to offering the best local content, HOOQ has strengthened its partnerships in Indonesia with MD Pictures, Starvision, Rapi Films and TBS Films.  These partnerships will see the production of HOOQ Original theatrical films from the studios available exclusively on HOOQ no more than 120 days after their theatrical debut in addition to new HOOQ Original co-productions coming up later in the year.  Customers can look forward to a bolstered catalogue of box office hits including Danur 2: MaddahAnanta, Alaspati, Insya Allah Sah 2Bodyguard Ugal-UgalanDOA (Doyok Otoy Ali Oncom)Hanum RanggaNini ThowokSalah SasaranYowis BenPartikelirReuni Z and soon to be released Milly Mamet (spin-off of Ada Apa Dengan Cinta), SajenTraveler’s Tale: Belok Kanan Barcelona, and Hello Salma, the highly anticipated sequel to Dear Nathan and many more films this year.