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McFly Launch Their Own Subscription Channel Dubbed 'McFly Netflix'

McFly Launch Their Own Subscription Channel Dubbed 'McFly Netflix'

We're all in need for some virtual entertainment this year now that concerts have been cancelled due the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and now McFly has stepped up the game by announcing their own subscription channel.

The band had to postpone their UK arena tour this year so to keep their fans entertained, they will perform on McFly Total Access to keep the show going.

McFly Total Access will launch this Friday (Credit: McFly Total Access)
McFly Total Access will launch this Friday (Credit: McFly Total Access)

Available from Friday 20 November, this brand new subscription channel will be every McFly super fan's dream. For £9.99 a month or £99 a year, fans will receive exclusive video content, live stream performances, band Q&A's and, "opportunities to get close to McFly in a way never seen before".

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The band have even invested in their own McFly Total Access HQ building in London, complete with a recording studio and rehearsal space.

Here the band will write and record new music (!) letting fans have a glimpse of the process along the way and maybe even be there when their next favourite McFly song is created.

Subscribers to McFly's answer to Netflix will be able to exclusively watch the highly anticipated premiere of McFly At The O2.

This one night only gig was the band's first concert in three years which sold out in 14 minutes, and will air on McFly Total Access a year to the day since it was filmed last November at London's O2 Arena.

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McFly have rented their own HQ in London to deliver the exclusive content (Credit: McFly Total Access)
McFly have rented their own HQ in London to deliver the exclusive content (Credit: McFly Total Access)

McFly Total Access will also feature all of the band's back catalogue music videos, including their 19 top 10 hits and seven number ones, upgraded to 4K, with lots more band archive content added over time.

Yep, you'll be able to see all five colours in her hair in high definition

This year has been a busy year for McFly and their dedicated fans. They released Young Dumb Thrills, their first studio album in 10 years!

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They also appeared in their own documentary which gave fans a never seen before look into their careers from 2003 to this year.

Fans on Twitter were obviously excited by the news. One fan tweeted: "A STREAMING SERVICE WAIT WHAT!?"

Another fan added: "I've just cancelled my Disney+ so that I can get. My bank account might hate me, but I'll be happy... [sic]."

While another fan shared: "£99 for a year of this McFly total access? I won't be able to eat but at least I can cry over o2 footage". One person asked: "McFly Total Access? Is it like OnlyFans"

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Some fans were concerned about the prices. One fan said: "I love the way mcfly is [doing] this total access thing, I'd love to join but tbh I do think it is quite expensive when some fans might not have the money."

Another fan added: "I absolutely love the idea of it, but I just can't afford it unfortunately."

Another person said: "Wont be able to do the Mcfly Total access thing as I can't afford it and haven't been working since March and might lose my job."

A fourth fan shared: "welp it sounds amazing and I'm so proud of them but considering I'm a uni student already in debt trying to cover rent after being on furlough since March and unable to get a second job in lockdown, I think it's a no."


McFly Total Access launches on Friday, 20 November.

Featured Image Credit: McFly Total Access

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Gregory is a journalist working for Tyla. After graduating with a master's degree in journalism, he has worked for both print and online publications and is particularly interested in TV, (pop) music and lifestyle. He loves Madonna, teen dramas from the 90s and prefers tea over coffee. Get in touch [email protected]