BTS shows are streamed on Disney Channels with Hybe Deal

Two shows starring Korean pop icons BTS will stream on Disney’s international streaming platforms following a content agreement between The Walt Disney Company Asia Pacific and management group Hybe Corporation.

“This will be the start of a long-term collaboration as we bring a wide range of Hybe content to a global audience for fans who love our music and artists,” said Park Ji-won, CEO of Hybe.

The agreement to “present creative excellence in South Korea’s music and entertainment industry” includes worldwide distribution of a total of five major titles. Only three have been announced so far.

The titles revealed so far are titled “BTS: Permission to Dance On Stage – LA”. The Show is a 4K concert film that features BTS’ live performance at Sofi Stadium in Los Angeles in November 2021. The show marked the first time the band had met fans in person in two years since the pandemic began, and the set included BTS hits “Butter” and “Permission to Dance.”

The travel show In the Soop: Friendcation will feature BTS’ V alongside Itaewon Class’s Park Seo-jun, Parasite star Choi Woo-shik Choi, Park Hyung-sik and Peakboy. The program features the five friends who embark on a surprise trip and enjoy a variety of leisure and fun activities. No broadcast date has been announced.

And for BTS completists, the two companies have also agreed on BTS Monuments: Beyond the Star, a documentary that follows the rise and rise of the seven-person pop act. Claiming “unprecedented access” to a library of music and footage spanning the band’s nine years, it will delve into the daily lives, thoughts and plans of BTS members as they prepare for their second chapter. It will be available exclusively on Disney’s streaming services starting next year.

The Walt Disney Co. has multiple streaming platforms, including Disney+, Disney+ Hotstar, and a majority stake in Hulu.

Hybe, formerly known as Big Hit Entertainment, operates a number of music labels. It now created video content, games and original stories. It also has its own platform business, Weverse, which focuses on global fandom. BTS shows are streamed on Disney Channels with Hybe Deal

Charles Jones

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