Even if you recently decided to cut the cord on your premium cable bundle, viewers no longer have to worry about missing their favorite shows, like Homeland, Shameless, The Affair and the new series Billions, which air on Showtime.
Showtime offers a streaming service that allows users to stream titles on their Android and iOS devices, including Apple TV, as well as on PlayStation Vue, Roku and Amazon devices such as the Amazon TV Fire set-top box or Fire Stick for $11 per month. However, Amazon Prime members and Hulu subscribers can get the Showtime add-on for $9. Those curious can also sign up for a 30-day free trial.
The Showtime streaming app differs from Showtime Anytime, the streaming option available for those who pay for Showtime via their cable. All the on-demand titles stream ad-free and include new content added each month, as well as a catalog of titles of older content like Dexter and Nurse Jackie, plus documentaries, sports and movies.
New and existing subscribers have a lot to be excited for in the month of March. Reasons include Tim Burton's Big Eyes starring Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz, as well as sports content aimed at March Madness.
Here's the complete list of what's new to the Showtime app in March.
Titles coming to Showtime Streaming:
Up in the Air
Steve McQueen: The Man & Le Mans
Steve-O: Guilty As Charged
The Showtime app will also be releasing a collection "Slam Dunk" collection in celebration of March Madness starting on March 1, which includes basketball documentaries Iverson, Kobe Bryant's Muse, Dennis Rodman's Big Bang in Pyongyang, Dean Smith and more. Movie lovers can also check out Oscar-nominated films, too, such as The Imitation Game, Traffic, The Aviator, Boyhood and more.