YouTube TV Subscribers Get EPIX Per Month for Free With No Strings Attached
YouTube TV is giving subscribers free access to the EPIX channel until April 25, giving users running out of content to watch in self-quarantine logs.
You can think of EPIX, which usually costs an additional $ 6 on top of the regular YouTube TV subscription, as Showtime or HBO: it’s a premium channel focused primarily on films, but offering exclusive series, documentaries, and stand-up appearances. Special offers. Here are some notable exclusives :
- Godfather of Harlem
- Get shorty
- Special performance by Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally
- Eternal grace
- Punk documentary series
- War of the Worlds (TV series)
If you are a YoutTube TV subscriber, EPIX will be automatically added to your channel lists and library upon request – you don’t need to register or agree to anything. The channel will also be automatically removed after April 25, so you don’t have to worry about unnecessary costs after your free offer ends. However, EPIX can be easily added to your subscription on the YouTube TV app or website if you find it worth it (and your money).
Those without a YouTube TV subscription can also try both services with a seven-day free trial , if you’re interested.
[ Android Police ]