Apple has announced a new CBS All Access and SHOWTIME bundle is now available to Apple TV+ customers. The bundle will set you back $9.99 and is only available to those based in the United States.
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Prior to Apple's event tomorrow, the company has started a livestream, giving those curious a direct feed inside Steven Jobs Theater. While it doesn't seem to show much, it could offer cryptic clues.
Spotify's Premium for Students plan now includes a subscription for Showtime as well as Hulu at the existing price of $4.99/mo. Additionally, new subscribers get Spotify for $0.99 for first 3 months.
The TV series, which has now been in the works for almost 5 years, is "still in very active development" according to Showtime's President and CEO. No ETA was provided for the long-awaited project.
Today, Microsoft has added another streaming service to its Xbox One console. Showtime will be added to its streaming apps, allowing those eager to catch the new Twin Peaks an opportunity to do so.
Many of Apple's devices in the past five years have seen instant success when introduced, but one of the major exceptions would have to be the Apple TV. Now, Apple is aiming to change that.
Hulu and Showtime will partner to offer the premium service to 9 million Hulu subscribers starting July. Hulu subscribers will be able to access Showtime content at a discounted rate of $8.99 a month.
Cortana has received some updates which now allow her to show users trailers and let them know when local shows start. Unfortunately, the features aren't yet available everywhere.
A new report claims Microsoft is in talks with pay cable TV network Showtime to help them launch their live action Halo TV series, which if completed would see episodes released on Showtime first.
2011 is almost over, and it's time for us to look back at what we spent the year doing. Here's a list of the most illegally downloaded shows of 2011. Here's a shocker: the numbers are lower than 2010
Apple CEO Steve Jobs took the wraps off of a new device developed to bridge the gap between iTunes movies, iPods and that huge TV in your front room during the company's Showtime announcement. ...