Tubi Bolsters Its Canadian Library with Over 200 New Movies from Leading Global Studios





In a strong move to boost content in Canada, Tubi has announced the addition of over 200 movies to its expansive video-on-demand library. This major update comes from new acquisition deals with some of the world’s leading studios, including NBCUniversal, Sony Pictures Entertainment, and Warner Bros. Discovery. This influx of new titles gives Tubi users in Canada a broader range of content from key genres such as action, comedy, family, and thriller.

“The growth of Tubi’s film library allows viewers to go deep into the movies they love and complements the increasingly diverse mix of premium content that we offer Canadian viewers,” explained VP of Content Acquisition and Partnerships at Tubi Sam Harowitz. “Over the past month, Tubi has announced that hotly-anticipated TV series such as BBC’s Boarders, ITV’s thriller Dead Hot, and Fremantle’s Big Mood, will be exclusively available on the platform in Canada. We are dedicated to partnering with industry leading content providers who have the breadth and scale of movies and series that appeal to our diverse viewers.”

Among the newly available titles from NBCUniversal are “The Girl on the Train,” “8 Mile,” and the original “Dune” film, along with the “Halloween” and “Back to the Future” franchises. Soon, viewers can also anticipate additions such as the “Despicable Me,” “Jurassic Park,” “The Mummy,” and “Fast & Furious” franchises. From Sony Pictures Entertainment, movies like “As Good As It Gets,” “The Whole Nine Yards,” “Salt,” and “S.W.A.T.” are now streaming, with future titles including “21 Jump Street,” “Hancock,” “Step Brothers,” and “Fury.” Warner Bros. Discovery has added “Assassins,” “Demolition Man,” “Constantine,” and the “Blade” film series to Tubi’s roster, with “Final Destination,” “American History X,” “Central Intelligence,” and “Cloud Atlas” on the horizon.

Also, shows like BBC’s “Boarders,” ITV’s thriller “Dead Hot,” and Fremantle’s “Big Mood” are set to premiere exclusively in Canada, Tubi is making these moves in an effort to solidify its position as a key player in the streaming landscape.

This new expansion goes beyond mere quantity. Tubi sees it as a strategic enhancement of quality, aimed to satisfying a wide variety ofCanadian viewers. Through securing major content deals, the service continues to deliver on its promise of providing free, accessible, and diverse entertainment options for viewers. Decisions like this are what has led to Tubi becoming a strong example of how to present ad-supported streaming services that feel fresh, without cost to cord cutters.

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