PlayStation will no longer be removing over 1,300 Discovery TV shows from its platform next month. Sony had previously announced that users would not be able to watch Discovery content on PlayStation after Dec. 31, even if they had already purchased it. However, the firm now says that due to an “updated licensing agreement” with Warner Bros. — which owns the Discovery brand — consumers will now be able to access their previously purchased shows “for at least the next 30 months.”
After decades of game-to-film flops, a new effort, led by Sony, aims to adapt big PlayStation and Xbox franchises for movies and TV.
Sony announced last November plans to offer Disney channels on the service and today it said the PlayStation Vue lineup in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia and San Francisco will expand to include local ABC stations, ESPN and Disney Channel. Customers there will also get a $10 a month price cut.
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Sony tries to make the PlayStation a home for TV by offering original programming through the gaming console. The superhero show Powers will be launch the effort.