Although the ability to publish pre-recorded video to Facebook Live has been an option for some time, it\u2019s required the use of third-party programs like OBS and Wirecast. Now, Facebook is testing a feature called Premieres, which will let creators publish already-made videos to Facebook Live, as reported today by\u00a0Engadget.\r\nWhile there isn\u2019t much information on Premieres yet, it appears to be angled toward content like movie trailers, Facebook Watch shows, and music videos, and it would come with Facebook Live functions like chat. Essentially, it\u2019s a way for publishers to bring the experience of a television premiere or film trailer drop to Facebook, allowing people to experience a new video together in real time. A representative from Facebook confirmed to\u00a0The Verge\u00a0that Premieres will allow for pre-made videos to be natively uploaded and released as live moments. \u201cWe\u2019re testing this now with a group of diverse video creators, publishers, and shows,\u201d Facebook\u2019s Fidji Simo tells\u00a0Deadline. \u201cAnd we\u2019ll be rolling this out more broadly soon.\u201d\r\nThe ability to natively publish pre-recorded content would certainly make sense for Facebook, which has been expanding its stable of original series. Facebook recently\u00a0ordered a dramedy series\u00a0starring\u00a0Avengers: Infinity War\u00a0star Elizabeth Olsen, as well as a 10-episode fairy tale horror series called\u00a0Sacred Lies. It\u2019s reported that the company plans on\u00a0spending up to $1 billion\u00a0on original TV in 2018.