discovery+ Launches On Prime Video In Canada

discovery+ is Currently Available to Customers in Canada via Prime Video Channels.

Warner Bros. Discovery today announced that discovery+, the definitive non-fiction, real life subscription streaming service, is currently available on Prime Video in Canada. Customers now have access to the full and comprehensive library of 60,000+ episodes of original series and library content. The ad-free version of discovery+ is available on Prime Video for $6.99 CAD per month plus applicable taxes.

“We are thrilled to add Prime Video to the robust list of platforms that discovery+ is available on in Canada, and provide Prime members direct access to the definitive real life streaming service,” said Sarah Bergman, Senior Vice President, Distribution at Warner Bros. Discovery. “Prime Video has long been a valued partner, and as our relationship with them continues to expand, we are very excited to be able to reach more of their customers across the globe.”

More than 60,000 episodes of current and classic shows are available on discovery+ from Discovery’s iconic portfolio of networks, including HGTV, Food Network, TLC, ID, OWN, Travel Channel, Discovery Channel, Animal Planet and Magnolia Network, along with more than 200 discovery+ original titles and hundreds of hours of exclusive content. Additionally, the service offers top non-fiction content from A&E, The HISTORY Channel and Lifetime, and an expansive offering of nature and environmental programming.

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