Microsoft has revealed more details on the Xbox Originals TV shows that will launch in June.
A total of 12 series will 'air'. You'll be able to watch them on your Xbox One, Xbox 360, and other Microsoft devices.
To set them apart from other original programming from the likes of Amazon and Netflix, the shows will have interactive elements, so the viewer can get involved.
For example, during the livestream of the Bonnaroo music and arts festival, viewers will be able to choose which stage to watch, from which angle, and to take part in Skype chats with the artists backstage.
Microsoft has some big names lined up. Steven Spielberg will produce a series based on the 'Halo' videogames, while Ridley Scott will produce a digital feature based on the same games.
'Humans' is an English-language version of the Swedish series 'Real Humans', about robot servants, and is co-produced with Channel 4. 'Signal to Noise', meanwhile is a six-part documentary about the impact of modern technology on our world. It includes an instalment on the great Atari video game burial of 1983 (which was unearthed earlier this week).
'Every Street United' is unscripted, and follows the search for the world's best street football players. It features Thierry Henry and Edgar Davids, and will conclude with a four vs four game in the shadow of the World Cup in Rio de Janeiro.