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Greek home entertainment and communication services provider Nova has agreed to a new deal with Metro Goldwyn Mayer (MGM) for first pay window film and television content.

nova 7Feb2019Programming includes including the 25th instalment of EON Productions and MGM’s James Bond film directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga and starring Daniel Craig plus the 24 official James Bond movies that precede it, and there is also the third season of the highly-anticipated and Emmy Award--winning TV series The Handmaid’s Tale starring Elisabeth Moss and Joseph Fiennes.

Films that will premier to Nova channels, as well as Nova OnDemand and Nova Go services, through the new exclusive studio deal include Vice, the latest in the Tomb Raider series, the update of Death Wish, Creed II, The Girl in the Spider's Web, Legally Blonde 3, The Hobbit trilogy, Rocky and Pink Panther.

The new agreement with includes rights for MGM’s content distribution via laptops, tablets and smart phones on a linear and a SVOD/catch-up basis through Nova’s innovative services Nova Go and Nova On Demand. It comes almost a year since it secured rights to a selection of MGM's most successful new and classic content.

Commenting on the agreement, Katerina Kaskanioti, pay-TV executive director of Nova, for whom services are provided by Forthnet, said: “We are very happy to announce the new agreement with MGM which proves the studio’s confidence in Nova, as well as our commitment to offer the best possible content to our subscribers.”

Chris Ottinger, MGM’s president television distribution and acquisitions added: “Nova continues to assemble the best premium content for their viewers. We’re thrilled to bring our films and franchises to such a discerning audience.”