Sometimes we just aren't home in time to watch that big blockbuster we've been waiting to come to our premium cable channels or that new episode of the original series we just can't get enough of when they air live. Luckily for Showtime audiences, the cable network gives plenty of options for viewers to stay on top of the new content.
This includes being able to watch titles on Showtime On Demand, or by using Showtime Anytime, the streaming service available for those who pay for a cable subscription. And those who cut the cord can still watch their favorite Showtime content using the stand-alone Showtime streaming service.
If you think you are running out of new content to stream, the April lineup coming to Showtime streaming, On Demand and Showtime Anytime will give you some options. Get ready to watch the premiere of Dice, a semi-autobiographical series about the life of comedian Andrew Dice Clay. The best part is the entire season will be released for the Showtime streaming service, Showtime Anytime and On Demand on April 10.
Showtime subscribers will also want to tune into the season finale of Shameless — which will also be available On Demand and on Showtime Anytime — on April 3.
New movies coming in April include the teen comedy The Duff, the sci-fi robot film Chappie, and the creepy thriller It Follows.
Here's the complete list of movies and TV series available for streaming on Showtime in April.
Tyler Perry's Daddy's Little Girls
A Mighty Heart
Basic Instinct 2
From Dusk Till Dawn
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
Shameless, season finale 9 p.m. EDT (available on-air, On Demand, Showtime Anytime)
Gigolo, new episodes Thursday 11 p.m. EDT (available on-air, On Demand, Showtime Anytime)
House of Lies, season 5 premiere 9 p.m. EDT (available on-air, On Demand, Showtime Anytime)
Dice, series premiere 9:30 p.m. EDT (The full season of Dice will be available on starting at 12 a.m. on the Showtime streaming service, Showtime Anytime and Showtime On Demand.)
Billions, season finale 10 p.m. EDT (available on-air, On Demand, Showtime Anytime)
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