Starz – home to dramas like Counterpart (above) – has announced the launch of Starz and Starz Encore premium pay TV channels and services – including Starz, Starz Encore and Starz Encore Westerns – on YouTube TV.
STARZ LAUNCHES ON YOUTUBE TV
STARZ and STARZ ENCORE Premium Pay TV Channels
and Services Now Offered on YouTube TV
Santa Monica, Calif. – June 19, 2018 – Starz, a Lionsgate company (NYSE: LGF.A, LGF.B), and YouTube today announced the launch of STARZ and STARZ ENCORE premium pay TV channels and services – including STARZ, STARZ ENCORE and STARZ ENCORE WESTERNS – on YouTube TV.
The networks’ 14 STARZ and STARZ ENCORE channels are now available via YouTube TV for $9/month along with access to the network’s full STARZ and STARZ ENCORE VOD catalogs featuring Hollywood hits and popular movies, as well as both current and past seasons of STARZ Original series including the upcoming season five of “Power,” “Vida,” “Counterpart,” “Outlander,” “American Gods” and more.
“The addition of STARZ on YouTube TV offers consumers another exciting new way to subscribe to our channels and access the breadth of top quality original programming and content with the freedom to watch it anywhere, anytime,” said Jeffrey Hirsch, Chief Operating Officer at Starz. “With breakthrough STARZ original series, first-run hit movies including Rough Night and Spider-Man: Homecoming, as well as exclusive documentaries, STARZ is a great value for consumers who subscribe to this platform.”
“We are excited to expand the YouTube TV offering with Starz just in time for the premiere of Season 5 of ‘Power,’” said Heather Moosnick, Director of Content Partnerships, YouTube TV. “We know YouTube TV users will love exploring Starz’s incredible originals, movies and rich library in addition to our current ‘Best of TV’ base package, all in one seamless experience.”
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