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Starz is Adding Documentaries to Their Streaming Service

Today Starz announced that they will add documentaries to their Starz streaming service. This will include the addition of several original docuseries produced by Starz.

“Unique voices and storytelling are the hallmarks of the Starz programming strategy, and we are proud to announce our investment in these filmmakers and the stories they passionately want to tell,” said Starz president and CEO Chris Albrecht in a statement. “With each project, we will explore and better understand our collective cultural history.”

The new docuseries shows include:

Wrong Man, a six-part series that dives deep into the investigations that led to the conviction of three people who claim their innocence.

Warriors of Liberty City docuseries from LeBron James’ SpringHill Entertainment that looks at the crime-ridden neighborhood in Miami that is arguably the NFL’s largest football factory.

In Fashion, an hour-long anthology shows that will feature the world’s most compelling fashion designers working today.

The Field, explores hip-hop and socio-political culture through the eyes of a city’s most prolific characters – past, present, and future – capturing the essence of a city’s personality.

Source: MultiChannel News

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2 Responses to Starz is Adding Documentaries to Their Streaming Service

  1. Darren Bratton November 10, 2017 at 2:57 pm #

    I like Starz because they have a few Sony shows on their streaming app like Diff’rent Strokes, The Jeffersons & Good Times. But I’ve read that Diff’rent & Good Times are leaving at the end of Nov.

    • Sunflower November 11, 2017 at 6:32 pm #

      Some of those are free OTA. Monday – Friday on AntennaTV.