StarTimes has rolled out Philippine drama 'Brothers' and horror-fantasy drama 'The Blood Moon' on the STNovela E plus channel.
Africa’s pay-TV operator StarTimes has introduced new content across diverse genres at no extra cost to the monthly subscription rates.
Among the content that the broadcaster has introduced is Fashion TV Africa that has over 500 hours of content updates per year.
StarTimes added Philippine drama Brothers to the ST Novela E plus channel every day of the week from 10:50 PM.
Brothers revolves around crime, action and romance. It is one of the longest-running Philippines dramas with more than 600 episodes produced so far and over 100 awards to its name since its launch.
Aldrine Nsubuga, Regional Marketing Director of StarTimes, said: “Our subscribers can look forward to Fashion TV Africa flagship content which will include major influential shows such as MISS South Africa, Africa Top Models, African celebrities and fashion models while also featuring themed events, fashion weeks and fashion parties. The channel will literally showcase Africa’s taste for style and culture. We are progressively putting efforts towards enriching our subscriber bouquets with a diversified content genre as we further cement our place as the most affordable pay television platform with an enviable range of premium content for the whole family television viewing experience.”
StarTimes has also rolled out a new horror-fantasy drama The Blood Moon on the ST Novela E plus channel every day of the week from 9:40 PM.