Just in time for holiday binge-watching, VRV subscribers have immediate access to DramaFever’s feel-good storylines and critically acclaimed shows including: the South Korean medical drama, “Good Doctor,” (recently adapted by David Shore for ABC), romantic comedies like “My Secret Romance,” and hilarious hit variety show, “Running Man.”
“We are thrilled to be partnering with VRV, particularly since we both share the same mission – to offer a growing fan base a seamless viewing experience for highly addictive and uniquely entertaining content from around the world,” said Rena Liu, GM, DramaFever.
“We are honored to partner with DramaFever, an established player in the SVOD space, whom we’ve been watching from afar for some time,” said Eric Berman, Head of Partnerships for VRV. “They bring an immense amount of premium content from across the world, providing even more unique value to the VRV offering and further leveling-up our ability to serve passionate audiences.”
DramaFever joins CuriosityStream, Crunchyroll, Rooster Teeth, Nerdist and other channels as part of VRV’s Premium offering for $9.99 a month, or as a stand-alone offering through VRV for $4.99 a month.
DramaFever is a global lifestyle direct to consumer brand specializing in delivering emotionally addictive feel good storylines across web, mobile and connected TV devices to millions of users in North and South America. The streaming video on-demand platform offers hundreds of series, variety shows, movies and kids programming in multiple languages. Launched in 2009 by co-founders Seung Bak and Suk Park, it has grown to become the leading online destination for the best TV shows and movies from around the world and is available in more countries than ever before. DramaFever is part of the Warner Bros. Digital Networks Group.
Warner Bros. Digital Networks is responsible for creating and building the Studio’s digital footprint and OTT video services, producing digital native content and harnessing the power of social media through Machinima. As part of Time Warner's overall growth strategy, WBDN works closely with sister divisions Turner and HBO. WBDN’s current portfolio includes: Boomerang (a partnership with Turner), DramaFever, Machinima, Stage 13, Uninterrupted (a partnership with LeBron James and Maverick Carter), Ellen Digital Ventures (a partnership with Ellen DeGeneres) and a DC-branded service debuting in 2018. Warner Bros. Digital Networks’ premium programming puts fans at the intersection of entertainment, sports, gaming and pop culture, reaching audiences anywhere, across any platform.
VRV is a leading audience-focused aggregation platform featuring premium SVOD channels including Crunchyroll, Funimation, Rooster Teeth, and Shudder, alongside a curated house channel, VRV Select. Created to provide fans with a next-gen entertainment experience, VRV offers immersive content experiences in a digitally-driven environment via bundled subscription, a la carte subscription, or ad-supported options. As a platform, VRV helps partners extend their reach and distribute their premium content through a high-quality, branded experience on mobile, web, and popular living room devices.
Ellation, Inc. is a transformative entertainment company and home of industry-leading platforms Crunchyroll and VRV. With majority investment from Otter Media, a joint-venture between AT&T and The Chernin Group, Ellation operates at the intersection of technology and media to redefine the next wave of media interaction and consumption – breaking down barriers to content experiences for passionate fans around the world.