Epix, the premium TV network owned by Metro Goldwyn Mayer, has announced that its new streaming service Epix Now is available for download on Roku devices and Amazon Fire TV.
Epix Now offers the network’s full library of original programming, movies and more for $5.99 per month.
“Today’s announcement is part of an ongoing rollout of EPIX NOW, making our streaming service available to everyone no matter where or how they want to watch TV,” said Michael Wright, President of Epix.
“We’re excited to launch on the RokuÒ platform and Amazon Fire TV and can’t wait for new audiences to get access to and catch up on our premium programming.”
Epix Now subscribers can immediately watch the network’s original programming Get Shorty, Berlin Station, Deep State, Elvis Goes There and Punk as well as upcoming premieres of original series Godfather of Harlem, starring and executive produced by Forest Whitaker; Pennyworth, the origin story of Batman’s butler Alfred, from Warner Horizon and DC; Perpetual Grace, LTD, from MGM and featuring Sir Ben Kingsley; Belgravia, from Julian Fellowes; docu-series Slow Burn, based on the hit podcast; and more. Subscribers will also have access to thousands of hit Hollywood movies and classic film franchises.
Roku and Amazon Fire TV subscribers will have access to all four Epix live channels and a host of new features within the Epix Now app on supported devices. Premium programming in 4K Ultra HD is also available to stream on supported Roku devices today and will be coming soon to Amazon Fire TV.