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Quickflix introduces more local content

Quickflix, Auckland, 3 November 2014: Showing the local film and television industry some serious love, Quickflix today introduces its third round of new Kiwi content as part of its streaming subscription service.

All three seasons of South Pacific Pictures’ popular series Nothing Trivial are now live across the entire Quickflix platform, alongside other Kiwi favourites Mataku and Diplomatic Immunity, as well as children’s fantasy series Maddigan’s Quest, light-hearted teen drama Being Eve, and major documentary series Captain Cook – Obsession & Discovery.  Multiple award-winning Kaitangata Twitch, based on the bestselling novel by Margaret Mahy and produced by Production Shed.TV, completes the new line-up and adds to the many choices for younger viewers.  These new additions take their place alongside Outrageous Fortune, Go Girls, and bro’Town, which are already available on Quickflix.
“Over the course of 2014, we’ve seen a huge swell of interest and demand for local content from both existing and new customers,” says Paddy Buckley, Managing Director of Quickflix NZ.
“I am delighted that we can continue to support New Zealand’s film and television industry with the addition of some great Kiwi favourites.  Some of our Kiwi shows are not available on any other streaming service and Quickflix remains the only place to watch great movies and TV across the widest range of devices”.
The newly announced content adds to the extensive Quickflix library of movies and television series, all of which can be streamed across the entire Quickflix platform of major smart TVs, Blu-ray players, PS3™ and PS4™, Xbox 360 and Xbox One, iPads and other iOS devices, as well as Android tablets and smartphones, Google’s Chromecast device, TiVo and more.

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