Sling TV Adds Epix Drive-In To Lineup For No Additional Cost

Sling TV continues it’s efforts to set itself apart from the rest of the live streaming tv pack. Today Sling announced that Epix Drive-In has been added to all Sling Blue and Orange base packages at no additional cost to subscribers:

Full of classic films and original documentaries, EPIX Drive-In is now available to anyone with a Sling Orange and/or Sling Blue subscription at no extra cost. Plan on spending your next movie marathon watching classics like “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom” and more on EPIX Drive-In. Plus, you can use our 8-day replay feature on this channel, which means you won’t ever miss out on that movie you wanted to watch days ago. Sling Orange customers and Sling Blue customers will automatically see EPIX Drive-In in their channel guide today.

In addition to adding Epix Drive-In to the base packages, Sling also announced that their Epix lineup would be leaving the Hollywood Extra add on and launching as a standalone add on. The REELZ channel will be replacing Epix in the Hollywood extra add on package.

Current subscribers to the Hollywood Extra add on will continue to receive Epix as long as they subscribe to Extra. Great move in my opinion by Sling to reward customer loyalty.

More details about the transition:

EPIX Premium Add-on

If you love hit Hollywood movies, concerts, comedies and more, check out our new EPIX premium add-on. Previously in Hollywood Extra, EPIX, EPIX 2 and EPIX Hits are now part of the EPIX premium add-on, which customers can add to any base service for $5 per month. The EPIX premium add-on will include original series like “Berlin Station” and “Get Shorty” (premiering Aug. 13) and features movies like “Star Trek Beyond” and “Arrival.” Plus, you’ll get access to nearly 2,000 on-demand titles to watch at your leisure.


Hollywood Extra customers now have even more movies, series and specials to choose from with the launch of REELZ on Sling TV. Featuring upcoming premieres of shows like “The Kitty Kelley Files” on July 29 and “Elvis Presley: Behind Closed Doors” on Aug. 13 REELZ offers a variety of original content that is sure to captivate any entertainment lover. Customers can add Hollywood Extra to their Sling Orange or Sling Blue subscription for an additional $5 per month.

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