The cast of Jurassic Park
Photo by Universal Pictures

Tubi Adds More Than 200 Movies to its Catalogue in Canada

Tubi, the free ad-supported streaming television (FAST) service owned by Fox, has added more than 200 new movies to its growing library of content in Canada. All these movies can be accessed for free and on demand via a Web browser or app, with short commercial breaks.

The new content is thanks to new library content deals with global studios NBCUniversal, Sony Pictures Entertainment, and Warner Bros. Discovery, and the movies include franchise blockbusters, classic cinematic hits, and fan favourite movies across key genres like action, comedy, family, and thriller.

“The growth of Tubi’s film library allows viewers to go deep into the movies they love and complements the increasingly diverse mix of premium content that we offer Canadian viewers,” says Sam Harowitz, Vice President of Content Acquisition and Partnerships at Tubi. “Over the past month, Tubi has announced that hotly anticipated TV series such as BBC’s Boarders, ITV’s thriller Dead Hot, and Fremantle’s Big Mood, will be exclusively available on the platform in Canada. We are dedicated to partnering with industry leading content providers who have the breadth and scale of movies and series that appeal to our diverse viewers.”

“Audiences have become increasingly sophisticated in their expectations around the content they consume on streaming services,” adds David Salmon, Executive Vice President and Managing Director, International, at Tubi. “We are thrilled to be able to add even more blockbuster content for our users to enjoy in Canada. We know users are looking for choice, personalization, and great value, and we believe Tubi is market-leading in all three. These content deals, with our amazing studio partners, allow us to continue to delight our fast-growing Canadian user base.”

The cast of Jurassic Park
Photo by Universal Pictures

NBCUniversal Newly added movies now include titles like The Girl on the Train, 8 Mile, Dune (1984), Halloween, and Back to the Future franchise films. Movies coming soon include titles in the Despicable Me franchise, Jurassic Park, The Mummy, and the Fast & Furious franchise.

The Whole Nine Yards
Photo by Morgan Creek Productions, Inc./Warner Bros.

From Sony Pictures Entertainment, meanwhile, you can now watch As Good As It Gets, The Whole Nine Yards, Salt, S.W.A.T. (2003), XXX. Coming soon are 21 Jump Street, Hancock, Step Brothers, and Fury.

Edward Norton standing in a line of prisoners in American History X.
Photo by New Line Cinema

Finally, the deal with Warner Bros Discovery now includes additions like Assassins, Demolition Man, Constantine, Final Destination, and The Blade film series. Titles that will be added soon include American History X, Central Intelligence, and Cloud Atlas.

Looking for more? See everything coming to Tubi Canada from all three production companies from now through June 30, 2024.

Tubi, part of the Tubi Media Group, a division of Fox Corporation that oversees the company’s digital businesses, offers a content library of more than 200,000 movies and TV show episodes along with originals and 250 live channels.