Streaming services all over the world are offering their services for free or at reduced rates while people find themselves stuck in the house during the coronavirus pandemic. And if you’re a user of Apple TV Channels, you’re in for some free EPIX and more.

As part of the Apple TV Channels feature Apple is extending a Showtime trial as well as some others, while those keen on EPIX will enjoy completely free access.

Channels is a feature that is supposed to allow users to get access to shows and content from third-party providers but right from the TV app on Apple devices. Users subscribe to a service and watch through a single app, rather than using multiple apps with different interfaces.

The free EPIX content is good through May 2, although as 9to5Mac notes there’s more to enjoy here, too.

  • EPIX – Free access until May 2, no subscription required
  • Arrow Video Channel – Limited time 1-month trial for new subscribers, then $4.99 per month
  • History Channel Vault – Limited time 1-month trial for new subscribers, then $4.99 per month
  • Lifetime Movie Club – Limited time 1-month trial for new subscribers, then $3.99 per month
  • Noggin – Limited time 2-month trial for new subscribers, then $7.99 per month
  • PBS Living – Limited time 1-month trial for new subscribers, then $2.99 per month
  • Showtime – Limited time 1-month trial for new subscribers, then $10.99 per month
  • Acorn TV – Limited time 1-month trial for new subscribers, then $5.99 per month
  • Smithsonian Channel Plus – Limited time 1-month trial for new subscribers, then $4.99 per month
  • A&E – Limited time 1-month trial for new subscribers, then $4.99 per month

You’ll find the Apple TV app on all Apple devices including iPhones, iPads, and Macs. Some TVs also now have the TV app built in, too.

(Source: 9to5Mac)

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