This one is for all the fans who never make it to Comi-con. Comi-con and Lionsgate have announced a partnership on Comi-con HQ. A subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) platform slated to have its debut shortly before San Diego Comic-Con this summer. Comic-Con HQ will launch May 7 with free beta access in advance of the official premiere in June. Comic-Con International: San Diego follows in July.

The ad-free streaming service will feature “an evolving slate of programming including original scripted and unscripted series, recurring daily and weekly entertainment commentary, plus unique access to a growing library of live and archival programming from their world-class events, a highly-curated selection of film and TV genre titles, and behind-the-scenes access and bonus features from genre titles that defy and define pop culture,” per the announcement.

“For nearly half a century, Comic-Con has served as the definitive common ground where the fans of genre entertainment come together to express their passion for comics and pop culture,” said Seth Laderman, EVP and General Manager for Comic-Con HQ. “Comic-Con HQ aspires to extend that exchange 365 days a year, bringing everything we love about Comic-Con to the world in ways never before seen and experienced. The new platform will provide a year-round destination to enjoy all facets of the community and access the vast diversity of content the world has come to expect from the largest and longest-running pop cultural celebration of the year.”



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