January 11, 2018
Online sports television service FuboTV Jan. 11 announced the addition of Showtime, the premium pay-TV channel owned by CBS.
Showtime is available for the standard $10.99 monthly fee, and includes access to nine premium channels: Showtime East, Showtime West, Showtime 2, Showtime Showcase, Showtime Extreme, Showtime Beyond, Showtime Next, Showtime Women and Showtime Family.
Showtime series include “Billions,” “The Chi,” “Homeland” and “Shameless,” among others.
Priced at $19.99 (for two months; $39.99 monthly thereafter), FuboTV offers streaming access to more than 65 channels – 37 of which are sports-themed.
Others include HGTV, A&E Network, SYFY, The Weather Channel, Fox News, Fox, CNBC and FX, among others.
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