Discovery+ is expanding its footprint by launching in Latin America this week. The streaming service will launch in Brazil on November 9, making it the first Latin American country where Discovery+ is available.
The launch marks the first time Brazilian viewers will have access to the most comprehensive collection of real-life programming available anywhere. discovery+ brings Brazilian viewers more than 25,000 unreleased episodes and renowned titles across fan-favorite, real-life genres, along with family-friendly programming for children.
“Brazil has always been a key market for Discovery. We’ve enjoyed serving our fans there for more than 25 years and we’re thrilled to make Brazil the first country in Latin America to receive the discovery+ product, fully customized for the Brazilian audience,” said Fernando Medin, President and General Manager of Discovery Latin America. “As the international portfolio with the biggest audience in Brazil and an innovative content offering in our core genres, discovery+ fulfills Discovery’s brand promise for streaming: the service with an exclusive focus on real-life entertainment and with the most-loved family-friendly content.”
The content will focus heavily on local productions, with approximately 40 local titles to be released within the next two years, in addition to over 150 shows in development. This will be in addition to the library of content created for Discovery+ in the United States and other international markets, which includes over 200 new, original titles.
For the first 30 days after launch, discovery+ will be available at a special annual subscription price of 12 installments of R$16,24 for the annual plan, through discoveryplus.com.br. For monthly subscriptions, discovery+ will be available for R$21,90. Monthly subscribers will have a free trial period of 7 days. Following the 30 day promotional window, the annual subscription will be available in 12 installments of R$18,90.
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