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
Q. I read your article about getting Showtime for $4.99 at Hulu. I tried it and it wouldn’t work. How come? I thought you said they had that deal! — Renee, Waco, Texas. Renee, trust me, Hulu is offering Showtime for $4.99 a month. But there are two possibilities why you couldn’t get it. 1.
Hulu is now offering the Showtime premium channel for $4.99 a month for three months. That would be a $18 savings over the three months. (Showtime normally costs $10.99 a month.) Showtime is the home of such original series as Billions (pictured above; season five debuted last night), Shameless, The Affair and Homeland as well
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
Showtime has canceled the Andrew Dice Clay comedy, Dice, after two seasons and 13 episodes. The show starred Clay playing himself as an aging comedian trying to make a comeback in Las Vegas while reuniting with his dysfunctional family. Click Amazon: See Today’s Top-Selling TVs! Dice, the show, rolled snake eyes with the critics, scoring
Showtime has cancelled the comedy, White Famous, after just one season and 10 episodes. The show, which starred former Saturday Night Live player Jay Pharoah as a rising young comedian, was based loosely on the life of comedian Jamie Foxx who was a recurring guest star. Shop Now at Amazon! 1-Day-Only Deals! Showtime did not