Britbox is prepping to launch in its home turf
By Matt Collins Article may include affiliate links
Britbox, previously focused on North American audiences, will come home to the U.K. later this year.
The joint venture, owned by ITV and BBC, launched in 2017 to provide streaming access to programs produced by both networks.
Now, the service is planning a U.K. launch.
The service will be priced the same as Netflix’s basic streaming offering in Britain, at £5.99 ($7.50) — and is £3 ($3.75) cheaper than the HD version of Netflix.