When YouTube took the wraps off its Red subscription service, the video website confirmed that it's developing a number of original shows. Now, a new report by the The Wall Street Journal says you can also expect to see movies and TV series among Red's offerings. The Alphabet Inc. property has reportedly begun meeting with Hollywood studios and production companies in an effort to secure streaming rights. YouTube's execs, including former MTV programming chief Susanne Daniels and former Netflix content executive Kelly Merryman, haven't been snapping just up any old show you can watch everywhere else, though. They've apparently been looking for content that can be seen exclusively on Red, or those that can be streamed on Red at the same time they're shown on TV or in the theatres.