The cable network’s stand-alone streaming service, which includes new episodes of ‘Homeland’ and ‘Billions,’ is now available to SlingTV subscribers for an additional $10 per month.
Homeland, Billions and The Affair are coming to SlingTV.
The Dish-owned live TV service has struck a deal with Showtime to bring the cable network’s stand-alone streaming service to its customers for an additional $10 a month.
The service, known simply as Showtime, offers eight live, linear TV feeds as well as the full Showtime library on demand, including ad-free viewing of entire seasons of Homeland, Billions, Ray Donovan, The Affair and Shameless.
Showtime launched the over-the-top streaming service in 2015. It is available on connected TV devices from Apple, Roku, Amazon and Google. It is also offered through Amazon Channels and as an add-on to subscribers of Hulu, YouTube TV and Sony’s PlayStation Vue. Meanwhile, cable subscribers who already pay for Showtime can watch episodes online via Showtime Anytime.
SlingTV currently offers three live TV packages beginning at $20 a month. HBO is offered for an additional $15 per month and Starz for $9 per month.
SOURCE: hollywood (technology)