IVI Enhances its Subscription by Expanding Cooperation with Disney

IVI online cinema confirmed its leadership in subscription content offer. Today, IVI is the only player in Russian VoD market that offers most titles of every Hollywood major studios within its subscription. Starting June 1, IVI’s subscription will feature more than 400 films and TV shows from XX Century Studios catalogue.

The content that was earlier distributed by IVI through transaction model is now part of the subscription; the deal also included a number of new films and TV-shows, including mini-series Mrs. America starring Cate Blanchett, Devs TV drama by Oscar® award nominee Alex Garland as well as two seasons of horror comedy series What We Do in the Shadows by the Academy award winner Taika Waititi. As early as this June, IVI’s subscribers will be able to watch X-Men franchise films, critics’ favorites like Shape of Water, Isle of Dogs and Brooklyn, as well as such iconic titles as Alien, Home Alone and Titanic. Besides, later this year, IVI’s subscribers will enjoy hit movies like Ford vs Ferrari, Spies in Disguise, The Call of the Wild and Terminator: Dark Fate. Today, IVI is the leading online cinema by the number of content items available to its subscribers.

We are happy to be the first to offer our users the widest choice of content by every major Hollywood studio in our subscription. These days, when tons of new content of every form and genre is being created every day, iconic films and TV shows is the value that prevails when one chooses an online cinema. "That is why we are expanding our subscription by offering our users top quality content

Maria Grechishnikova Content Director of IVI online cinema

The offer will be available for users in Russia and CIS countries.

IVI is online cinema No. 1 in Russia, with an audience of over 50 million unique visitors per month. ivi features an extensive catalog of films, cartoons, and TV shows. The film library of the online cinema features more than 80,000 units of content, and these are pictures of all six major studios, as well as more than 400 European and Russian independent filmmakers.