Spectrum TV customers who do not currently receive SHOWTIME and EPIX premium channels can now register to view them both for free through Sunday, April 19, announced Charter Communications– Spectrum TV’s cable operator– on Monday.

We hope that by expanding these programming options it will provide even more hours of entertainment for our customers in these challenging times, said Tom Montemagno, executive vice president of programming acquisition for Charter.

The highly-popular original entertainment programming and movies on these networks will be of great interest to a large cross-section of our customers.

Charter expanded SHOWTIME and EPIX beginning Monday, March 23 for Spectrum TV customers who do not currently receive those channels.

SHOWTIME features popular originals such as Billions and Homeland, as well as hit movies and documentaries. Popular programming on EPIX includes War of the Worlds, Godfather of Harlem and Slow Burn, as well as a new series, Belgravia, which premieres on Sunday, April 12.

Customers can find SHOWTIME on channel 550 and EPIX on channel 595. Here is a link to the channel lineup where customers can enter their address to confirm channel numbers.

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  1. I dont get the free channels. It says these channels are not included in my
    subscription. Isnt that the point?….please help.

  2. while that was nice , were still locked up and I haven`t gotten my stimulus check yet , how bout giving us some free HBO and CMax for another month , when I get my stimulus check I`ll pay for a month of Showtime and Epix , and pay for a month of HBO and Cmax , that seems fair no? that way your really not missing out on anything

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