From August Delta will be expanding its inflight entertainment content to include new films and episodes from networks STARZ and KidNation.
“Our dedication to bringing the very best entertainment onboard is never ending,” said Jaclyn Gonzales, manager – in-flight entertainment. “Whether it’s binging a full season of a favourite TV show or discovering a new feature film, our team has hand-picked the perfect selection of entertainment to ensure customers have something new to enjoy when flying on Delta.”
Passengers travelling in August and September will find more than 240 films, with 16 new releases spanning action, comedy, documentary and drama genres. This includes a select number of new release films including A Quiet Place Part II, The United States vs. Billie Holiday, City of Lies and Here Today.
TV shows are getting a refresh as well with Delta adding 182 new episodes onboard, including content from premium network STARZ now available free of charge through Delta Studio.
Ahead of the Emmys in September, customers can catch up on several Emmy-nominated titles on their next flight, including RuPaul’s Drag Race from MTV Entertainment Group, as well as Hulu Originals The Handmaids Tale and Shrill, among others.
The airline is testing how it can offer full seasons of top performing shows. Selected based on previous viewership trends, featured shows include the tenth season of Friends and The Office (US).
Delta has also launched a new partnership with KidNation, which delivers family-friendly, educational entertainment through danceable songs and dynamic videos designed by artists, educators and child development experts.
“We’re so excited to partner with Delta as we introduce KidNation to the world,” said KidNation founder Chris Bridges. “It’s so important for our children to have access to safe, high-quality and fun media where they can not only learn but see themselves represented proudly. Delta is the perfect vehicle for KidNation.com to take flight.”