DramaFever Unveils Short-Form Content Slate
DramaFever, the streaming service known for bringing international TV shows to US audiences, is now expanding into short-form content.
This week, the service, which was recently acquired by Japan’s SoftBank, is releasing a couple of short-form international drama series. Available under the “DramaFever Minis” banner, each show features episodes with a running time of 10 minutes.
The expansion kicks off with the debut of “Love Cells,” which will be available exclusively on DramaFever in the US and the Americas. The daily series tells the tale of an introverted young man who tries to overcome his shyness with the help of a magical feline friend in order to get the attention of his pop-star crush. New episodes will be available Monday through Friday. The series has nabbed 10 million views in Asia alone, according to DramaFever.
Next on the slate is “Doll House,” a horror series which debuts on DramaFever tonight. The series follows a young woman who unknowingly (at first) moves into a haunted house.
Later in November, DramaFever will debut the second season of “After School: Lucky or Not,” which centers on the adventures and schooling of K-pop group 5urprise.Tags: DramaFever, International, Short-form