Tubi establishes 400-hour content deal with BBC Studios

While some of the offerings have already joined the free streaming service's catalog of over 35,000 titles, others are scheduled to debut later this month, as well as in October, including long-running BBC series.

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Fox Entertainment’s Tubi has partnered with BBC Studios to receive 400 hours of content from the British media company.  “We are thrilled to begin our first-ever partnership with BBC Studios, showcasing the best in British creative talent,” Chief Content Officer, Tubi, Adam Lewinson, said. “Viewers can now instantly access a wide cross-section of celebrated BBC content, including three series debuting on Tubi in the U.S.”

Beginning on 15th September, the free streaming service will offer “The First Team” starring Will Arnett, “Life,” and “High & Dry,” among various other titles in the US. The deal also includes multiple seasons of long-running BBC series, such as  “Antiques Roadshow,” “Atlantis,” “Misfits,” “Monarch of the Glen,” “The Musketeers,” “Primeval,” and “Robin Hood.”

Besides this popular selection, other titles currently available on the platform include  “A Young Doctor’s Notebook,” “Atlantis, Bedlam,” “Blackout,” “Case Sensitive,” “Class,” “Confessions of a Serial Killer,” “Crime and “Punishment,” “The Fixer,” “The Guilty,” “In the Flesh,” “Inspector Alleyn Mysteries,” “Jack The Ripper: Prime Suspect,” “The Interceptor,” “The Lost Prince,” “Moses Jones,” “The Shadow Line,” “The Fades,” “Sarah & Duck,” “The Aliens,” and “Yakka Dee.”

Other upcoming titles include “The Deep,” “The First Men in the Moon,” “Frankenstein,” “Life,” “Monarch of the Glen: Hogmanay 2003,” “Pride,” “The First Team,” and “The Turn of the Screw.” Select seasons of “Antiques Roadshow” also will be available beginning Oct. 15, scheduled to join the service’s catalog of more than 35,000 titles.

We are thrilled to begin our first-ever partnership with BBC Studios, showcasing the best in British creative talent. Viewers can now instantly access a wide cross-section of celebrated BBC content, including three series debuting on Tubi in the U.S.” Adam Lewinson Chief Content Officer, Tubi