Epix Reaches Carriage Deal with AT&T TV Now

Epix has launched on the AT&T TV Now streaming service nearly three months after the premium service launched on AT&T’s DirecTv’s satellite service.

Epix's 'Godfather of Harlem'

Epix's 'Godfather of Harlem'

AT&T TV Now, formerly DirecTV Now, will offer Epix for $6 per month.The launch follows Epix and AT&T’s recently announced carriage agreement and the network’s May 19 launch on the DirecTV satellite service. Subscribers of the streaming service will have access to Epix original programming, including Pennyworth and upcoming drama Godfather of Harlem.

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“We’re thrilled to be launching on the AT&T TV app, making our premium programming available to even more AT&T customers across the country,” said Michael Wright, Epix president in a statement.. “It’s an incredibly exciting moment for the network as we continue to expand our distribution footprint and bring our superior customer experience and quality programming to new audiences.”

Added Daniel York, Chief Content Officer for AT&T: “We’re pleased to expand the Epix offering to our AT&T TV Now subscribers, giving our customers even more choice in quality premium programming.”

R. Thomas Umstead

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