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From 'Twin Peaks' to the latest 'Indiana Jones': Streamz expands its offerings thanks to partnership with Paramount+ |  television

From ‘Twin Peaks’ to the latest ‘Indiana Jones’: Streamz expands its offerings thanks to partnership with Paramount+ | television

televisionStreaming fans will be pleased that Streamz is expanding its catalog with series and films from Paramount starting at the end of 2023.

Thanks to this collaboration, Streamz will launch several modern series like “Poker Face,” “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds,” and “Rabbit Hole,” and popular classics like “Twin Peaks” and “PAW Patrol.” Smallest number of viewers this fall. Paramount+’s offering consists primarily of series and movies from Paramount Pictures and SHOWTIME. Streamz has been offering the latest blockbusters and movie classics from Paramount Pictures in Flanders for some time.

Through this new structured collaboration, the Streamz viewer will also have access to classics and Award winning Series that have not yet been seen anywhere in Flanders, such as Deadwood, Twin Peaks, The Affair and Star Trek: Strange New World. The little ones haven’t been left out, as ‘PAW Patrol’, ‘Dora the Explorer’ and ‘Blaze and the Monster Wheels’ have been added to the collection.

Movie fans will also get their money’s worth. You can watch the most popular films from the past year and the latest films on the streaming platform: “No Country for Old Men,” “An Officer and a Gentleman,” “The Truman Show,” “Saving Private Ryan” and the latest sequels to “Indiana.” Jones and “Mission: Impossible.”

Streamz now has a bigger reality piece in its portfolio: Paramount+’s most popular reality series, like “Holland’s Next Top Model” and “Geordie Shore OG’s.”

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