Sony brings the world's best films and TV series to Tet

  • 2022-06-21

Latvian technology company SIA Tet, telecommunications and information technology companies AB Telia Lietuva and AS Telia Eesti have signed a multi-year cooperation agreement with the film studio Sony Pictures Motion Picture Group. The agreement includes the right to show outstanding films from the world's best directors on the Tet+ streaming platform that have only recently appeared on the big screen, including Spider-Man, Venom and Peter Rabbit, as well as new and highly anticipated TV series. 

"We are constantly creating new ways to give viewers a unique cinema viewing experience. We are pleased to be one of the first Sony partners in the Baltics, which will give us the opportunity to provide viewers with an even wider range of today's top films and TV series," says Inga Alika-Stroda, Head of Entertainment Services at Tet. 

The latest cinema releases - superhero movies "Venom 2: Let There Be Carnage", "Spider-Man: No Way Home", "Spider-Man: Far From Home", "Jumanji: Next Level", "Men in Black: International", the science fiction adventure film "Ghostbusters: Afterlife", the psychological thriller "Escape Room 2: No Way Out", the action comedy "Bad Boys For Life", the video game-based "Monster Hunter", the Oscar-winning romantic drama "Little Women" and many more films in their original language and dubbed in Latvian will be available on Tet+ this summer. 

Some of Sony's newest TV series, which have already premiered in Los Angeles and will be shown in the US and Europe this autumn, will be available to Tet+ viewers soon after their world premieres. For example, "A Very British Scandal". There will also be the opportunity to follow the events of the already popular and well-known series "The Good Doctor", "Community", and "Damages".  

We will also be able to introduce children and young people to global news, with films of interest to this audience. "Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway" and "The Angry Birds Movie 2” will soon be available to watch.