Last month, Epix, the premium channel owned by MGM, reached a carriage deal to be distributed by AT&T on DirecTV and DIRECTV NOW. Today, the company announced that the service has been added to Amazon Prime Video Channels for $5.99 a month, after a 7-Day Free Trial. Epix has a library of 2,000 films, as well as original series like Get Shorty and Deep State, with new shows Godfather of Harlem and Pennyworth coming later this year.
Cord-cutters are already familiar with the channel. Epix, which previously was part of Sling’s Hollywood Extra pack, moved to a standalone $5 a month option on Sling TV earlier this year. Just last month, YouTube TV added the channel as a $6 a month add-on to their streaming service. Its sister-network, EPIX Hits, is available on PlayStation Vue’s Elite & Ultra plans.
|AT&T TV||fuboTV||Hulu||Philo||Sling TV||YouTube|
|Sign Up||Free Trial||Free Trial||Free Trial||Sign Up||Sign Up|
|US$ 69,99||US$ 64,99||US$ 64,99||US$ 20||US$ 35||US$ 35||US$ 64,99|
|EPIX||^ US$ 6||^ US$ 6||-||^ US$ 5||^ US$ 6||^ US$ 6||^ US$ 6|
|EPIX Hits||^ US$ 6||-||-||-||^ US$ 6||^ US$ 6||^ US$ 6|
In February, the company launched a direct-to-consumer offering called EPIX NOW, which offers the same content directly from Epix for $5.99 a month. It was announced that the service will be made a part of Apple’s upcoming Apple TV Channels service, after they were one of Roku’s launch partners for their similar premium subscription service earlier this year.