Today is a busy day for Sling TV as they first added the Pac-12 Network and now have launched the STARZ add-on pack. The new STARZ add-on will feature STARZ original series, first-run movies and other premium movie and television content from STARZ and STARZ ENCORE. All Sling Orange and Sling Blue customers will receive access to STARZ through Sept. 14 included with their subscription. After the free preview, STARZ will be available for $9 per month with a subscription to either Sling Orange or Sling Blue.
The addition of STARZ and STARZ ENCOREs extensive movie library and original programming like Power and Outlander makes Sling TV an even more attractive option for movie buffs and TV lovers, said Glenn Eisen, chief marketing officer of Sling TV. By integrating this premium content into the Sling TV experience, STARZ fans can access their favorite movies and TV shows in addition to popular live and on-demand programs from top networks, all in a single interface.
Starz is proud to join the Sling TV lineup and offer a new way of delivering accessibility to our quality premium pay TV programming outside of the traditional pay TV bundle, said Jeffrey Hirsch, Chief Operating Officer at Starz. In addition to breakthrough original programming and fantastic exclusive first-run feature films, there is a great depth and breadth to the STARZ and STARZ ENCORE content offerings which we can showcase on the emerging Sling TV platform.
The STARZ free preview provides all Sling Orange and Sling Blue customers the opportunity to watch the premiere of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, airing on STARZ on Sept. 10 at 9 p.m. ET.
Not you will you get access to “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” but STARZ also features exclusive live and on-demand programming including hit shows like Power, Outlander, Survivors Remorse, Ash vs Evil Dead and more.
Customers who choose to subscribe to STARZ after the preview ends can easily add it to their Sling Orange single-stream or Sling Blue multi-stream service for $9 more per month.
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