In a nod to the power of our local television and film industry talent, Quickflix today announces its agreement with South Pacific Pictures that sees over 120 hours of Kiwis’ most loved television series immediately made available across its entire platform, with more great content to be added in the near future.
Quickflix is proudly offering all five series of the much loved South Pacific Pictures production Go Girls to its subscribers, as well as Westie comedy-drama Outrageous Fortune.
Commenting on the launch, Quickflix NZ Managing Director Paddy Buckley said “South Pacific Pictures is the most iconic NZ production house and we are thrilled to have a deal in place that allows us to showcase their wonderful content across our entire platform. Our subscribers can now watch all of this great content as much as they want, whenever they want, for one low monthly fee.”
South Pacific Pictures CEO, Kelly Martin, said “We are incredibly pleased to be working with Quickflix to give New Zealanders the opportunity to view such iconic kiwi shows as Outrageous Fortune and Go Girls“.
Both shows are now available on Quickflix. More South Pacific Pictures content will be added in the near future.
About Quickflix NZ
Quickflix (www.quickflix.co.nz) is New Zealand’s leading streaming movie and TV service offering a large catalogue of movies and TV shows direct to smart TVs, game consoles, Blu-ray players, desktops, laptops, tablets, smartphones and other connected devices. Quickflix offers an ‘all you can view’ subscription service and a premium service for latest release movies and TV.
About South Pacific Pictures
South Pacific Pictures is New Zealand’s largest screen production company and has an international reputation for producing world-class television and film. The company celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2013 and to date has produced around 4000 hours of programming. Drama series and serials, feature films, and more recently, entertainment, reality programming and documentaries are all part of the programming mix. The current slate includes work for New Zealand, Australian, Canadian and UK broadcasters.