Delta is Adding More Entertainment Selections this Summer
As more people start flying, Delta Air Lines has announced it is refreshing its in-flight entertainment options. The airline is adding new hit movies, TV shows and podcasts, as well as offering LGBTQ selections to honor Pride Month in June. Customers returning to travel this summer will find a personal theater at 30,000 feet courtesy of Delta Studio.
The summer refresh features more than 200 films, with 21 new releases that span a range of genres including action, comedy, documentary, drama and family. In June, customers can catch up on award-winning films, like “Nomadland,” this year’s Academy Award® Winner for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actress; “The Father,” for which Anthony Hopkins took home this year’s Academy Award® for Best Actor; and “Judas and the Black Messiah,” which features Academy Award®-winning Best Supporting Actor Daniel Kaluuya.
Delta is adding 166 new episodes of favorite TV shows onboard as well, with more than 17 new episodes and TV movies from premium partners HBO, Hulu, SHOWTIME® and ESPN. Key additions include Hulu Originals “Shrill” and “Animaniacs” and the SHOWTIME® Original Series “The L Word®.”
With seatback screens onboard nearly all of Delta’s mainline fleet, customers have even more ways to sit back and enjoy their next Delta flight. You can also see the full list of new content and curated collections available onboard this month.