A new streaming service from Netflix has been unveiled, and it’s a bit of a surprise.
Bruh TV Series is a streaming service that has been announced by Netflix and its partners.
It will be available in several territories, including Australia, the United States, the UK, Brazil, Mexico, India, South Africa, Turkey, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Vietnam Island, Indonesia and Turkey.
Burgers and FriesNetflix has confirmed the service is launching in Australia, New York, London, Seoul and Tokyo, with plans to expand into other territories.
It will be a free service that will be hosted by Netflix.
Bruno Fazio, the chief executive of Netflix Australia, said the service would allow customers to browse and search the Netflix catalog on their smartphones or tablet, and have access to movies and TV shows from Netflix and other providers.
“BruHTV Series will enable you to stream and enjoy content from Netflix on your smartphone or tablet without needing to worry about bandwidth and data caps,” Fazioni said in a blog post.
Budweiser, a major streaming video provider, said in its blog post that it was also launching the service in the UK and Ireland, with more territories to be announced.
Brett Phelan, vice president of product and services at Budweiser said: “BruHDTVSeries will be an ideal companion to our Budweise series.
We’ve worked hard to make sure it’s the right service for you and we’re confident it will be the right choice for your Netflix-watching experience.”
Netflix’s first service in Australia was dubbed Netflix+ in March, and will allow customers in Australia to watch movies and shows from other Netflix and partner streaming video providers.
Bundles and bundles will be announced later, but the company has been working hard to promote its new service in all of the major streaming media markets in the world, including the United Kingdom, Australia, Japan, the US, Germany, France, Russia, South America, Latin America, Europe and Asia.
Netflix is also adding new content in a bid to expand its user base in a country that is the home of many streaming video services, including Amazon Prime Video and HBO Go.
Netflix has also partnered with other content creators to make their content available to customers, including Spotify, Beats Music, Spotify Music and Vevo.