With many viewers looking to build up a library of entertainment to watch while practicing social distancing, Showtime is following in the footsteps of fellow networks and streaming services and is offering a 30-day free trial for new customers!
Customers who sign up prior to May 3 will have access to the network’s original series, documentaries, specials and movies online by streaming through their website on the Showtime Anytime app, including catching up on the multiple Emmy-winning series “Homeland” , which is currently in its eighth and final season and is set to conclude on April 26.
In addition to signing up for a free streaming trial directly through their site, many cable and streaming providers are also offering the free trial to users.
In addition to Homeland, shows available for streaming from Showtime include:
“Shameless, Billions, Ray Donovan, Black Monday, The L Word: Generation Q, The Chi, City On a Hill, Kidding, Work in Progress, Back to Life” and “On Becoming a God” in Central Florida , as well as the limited series “Escape at Dannemora” and “The Loudest Voice”, and the upcoming premiere of docuseries “Vice”, the new season of “The Trade” , hit series “Couples Therapy” and documentary films including “The Kingmaker” and “Pavarotti”.
Showtime joins a growing list of networks and streaming services to help offer free content as audiences are electing to practice social distancing, including Starz, Shudder, Sundance Now, Acorn TV, Kanopy and Magnolia Selects.