Philo, the national TV streaming service, today announced that it is adding EPIX and STARZ to its line-up of top entertainment, lifestyle and knowledge-based programming. Packed with premium entertainment viewing options and multiple networks in each package, these networks will be available for an additional monthly fee to all new and existing subscribers. Philo’s standard subscription package includes more than 50 channels from popular networks including A&E, AMC, Comedy Central, Food Network, HGTV, ID, Lifetime, MTV, Nickelodeon, OWN, Tastemade, WE TV, and many more, for only a $20 per month subscription.
Philo customers will have access to subscribe to this additional line-up of networks including the flagship EPIX network and its vast on-demand library for $6 per month, with initial promotion pricing of $3 per month for the first three months. Similarly, STARZ will include its flagship STARZ network and thousands of on-demand options for $9 per month, after an initial promotion pricing of $5 per month for the first three months when customers subscribe to these services before July 13.
“We are excited to provide these premium entertainment brands to our service as they have been consistently requested by our subscribers,” said Mike Keyserling, COO and Head of Content Acquisition at Philo. “In these challenging times, we remain committed to offering high-quality entertainment content at a considerable value and with the addition of EPIX and STARZ we continue to deliver on this commitment.”
To access EPIX and STARZ, new customers can trial and subscribe at philo.com, free for seven days, to get started and begin watching within seconds. Existing Philo subscribers can also add these premium offerings at philo.com as well. Once customers subscribe, they will receive access to great programming including EPIX’s critically-acclaimed dramas Belgravia, Godfather of Harlem, and the upcoming docuseries Helter Skelter. Additionally, STARZ will be featuring hits like the original series “Hightown,” “Outlander,” and the upcoming “Power” spinoffs.
Philo currently offers 58 channels for $20 and allows three separate streams on three different devices; everyone who shares the account can create their own profile and have their own sign-in credentials, saved shows, and viewing history. Philo features a streamlined interface, intelligent search, and the ability to easily send your favorite shows to friends. All Philo subscribers can watch their favorite shows live from wherever they are in the U.S. on most web, mobile, and TV streaming devices, including Apple TV, FireTV and Roku. Additionally, subscribers can take advantage of 30-day unlimited-storage DVR at no additional cost, and watch more than 50,000 shows and movies on demand.Follow us: