Sling TV is now giving Showtime, Starz and Epix for free for 30 days to new customers if they sign up for the service’s base package. The live streaming service owned by Dish has two base programming packages starting at $30 a month. Blue features more than 50 channels including live network feeds in select
Roku is now offering 30-day free trials of Showtime, EPIX and 20 other premium channels to help Coronavirus shut-ins pass the time. Called ‘Home Together,’ the Roku initiative requires you to redeem each free trial on The Roku Channel, which can be found in the device’s channel menu. And take note: If you don’t cancel
Comcast has announced that it’s now offering free Video on Demand programming from several networks and streaming services including Showtime and Epix to help Americans staying at home due to the Coronavirus. “This is an unprecedented time and we want to be there for our customers to help make the time they’re spending at home
AT&T-owned TV services today are kicking off a free preview of four premium channels as a way to help Coronavirus shut-ins pass the time. DIRECTV and U-verse subscribers today will be able to watch Starz for free until April 2. Then, on April 2, Epix will be available for free until April 16 for subscribers
Q. I got a statement from Comcast yesterday saying I will lose Starz later this year and get Epix instead. I’m interested in Epix, but I really like Starz. So will Comcast really get rid of Starz? — Teresa, Boston. Teresa, you have been placed in the middle of a fee fight. Let me explain.
AT&T has finally reached a carriage agreement with Epix that will allow DIRECTV to carry the premium movie channel starting May 19. Epix, which is owned by MGM, has not been available on DIRECTV since its launch nearly 10 years ago, although it has been carried by other major pay TV providers such as Comcast,
Q. I am so sick and tired of waiting for DIRECTV to add the Epix channel. Is there any hope it will add it, or is there any other way to get it? — Denise, Raleigh, North Carolina. Denise, you are right. The Epix channel is not in your DIRECTV lineup because DIRECTV does not
Q. I am a DIRECTV subscriber and it kills me that they don’t carry the Epix channel. So my question is: who does carry it? Because if DIRECTV doesn’t start carrying it soon, I think I’m going to switch to someone who does! — John, Toledo, Ohio. John, you are right. DIRECTV does not carry
Q. I’m a DIRECTV subscriber and I want to watch the Epix channel so I can watch the new Get Shorty (pictured above) season. But I can’t find Epix in my lineup! Where is it? And if it’s not there, when the heck will DIRECTV have it? — Brian, Los Angeles. Brian, your eyes do
Q. I heard that Comcast is having a free preview of the Epix channel, but I can’t find it in their lineup. Is there a free preview or not? And I thought they added that channel. Did they really add it? — Cheryl, Boston. Cheryl, Comcast did add Epix, the premium channel, on June 13.
Comcast will add the premium cable channel, Epix, on June 13, the companies announced yesterday. Epix said in a press release that it will be available to all Comcast X1 Xfinity TV customers. However, neither Comcast or Epix said which Xfinity package will include the channel, or if it will be offered a la carte
Q. I read last year that Comcast would add the Epix channel, but where is it? I don’t see it in my lineup and when I call Comcast’s customer service, they don’t have a clue when it will be added. Can you help? Will it still be added? — Lauren, Boston. Lauren, you are right. Epix