Epix Launches Streaming Service, Epix Now

Epix is the latest network making their content available online through a streaming service called Epix Now.

Epix Launches Streaming Service, Epix Now

Owned by MGM, Epix's streaming service will be $5.99 a month on various app platforms. The app is currently available on Apple TV, iOS, and Android. The app is scheduled for release Roku and Amazon Fire TV and other to-be-named platforms in the future, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Epix Now subscribers will have access to the network's programming of thousands of blockbuster films; Epix original series like Get Shorty, Berlin Station, and Deep State; and streaming-exclusive TV shows like Pennyworth, Godfather of Harlem, Our Lady, LTD, and Elvis Goes There with Elvis Mitchell.

Subscribers will be able to use the app on any connected TV screen, download content for offline viewing, have access to continually updated curated collections, trailers, support for 4K Ultra HD screaming on compatible devices, and the capability to switch between live network programming between the four existing channels.

"2019 is poised to be an incredible year of growth for our network. Launching Epix Now and providing consumers nationwide with access to our premium original programming and blockbuster movies is an exciting moment for our company and solidifies our commitment to bring high-level storytelling to as many people as possible. We look forward to welcoming new audiences to our network."

–Michael Wright, Epix president

Monty Sarhan, Epix executive VP and and general manager, echoed similar sentiment.

"Epix has always been committed to reaching consumers wherever and however they want to watch content. We're incredibly excited that Epix Now expands our national footprint through new partnerships and allows Epix fans to continue to watch the shows they know and love anywhere, anytime."

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About Tom Chang

I'm a follower of pop culture from gaming, comics, sci-fi, fantasy, film, and TV for over 30 years. I grew up reading magazines like Starlog, Mad, and Fangora. As a professional writer for over 10 years, Star Wars was the first sci-fi franchise I fell in love with. I'm a nerd-of-all-trades.

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