Okko will be the first Russian multimedia service to show video in 8K, the highest resolution at the moment. Among the first films in 8K, Okko will present "Oldboy", "The Fifth Element" and "The Expendables 3". Among the service's exclusive premieres are also ‘The Explorers - Planet Inventory’ documentaries such as South Africa. Wild Savannah "," Canadian Arctic. Kingdom of Ice”and others. A selection of 8K content will be available in October and will be updated regularly.
Okko also announced the launch of the Okko Kids service with parental control features to ensure a safe viewing experience for young viewers. With the ability to choose one of three age categories, kids of all ages will be able to watch the perfect content. The launch of the service will take place at the end of 2020. Content will be handpicked by Child Psychologists and Famous Parents.
Also, the start of filming of two new exclusive projects was announced: the series "In Cage 2" and "My Big Secret". The social drama "In Cage 2" continues the plot of the first part, telling about the new head of the Empire, seeking to avenge his son. The series will star Pavel Priluchny, Vladimir Epifantsev, Lyuba Aksenova.
The detective thriller "My Big Secret" tells about the mysterious death of a student on an experimental campus on Russky Island and friends investigating her death. Kristina Kucherenko, Ivan Makarevich, Alexandra Solovyova and others will play in the series.
“Once we were the first to show video in 4K, and now we are happy to set a new high-resolution bar by being the first in Russia to present video in 8K. I am sure that connoisseurs of the most advanced technologies will be impressed by the 8K resolution in Okko, parents and children will be delighted with Okko Kids, and fans of Russian TV shows will love the new projects of Okko Studios,”said Yana Bardintseva, general director of Okko multimedia service.