SHOWTIME Programming To Now Premiere on CraveTV, Beginning November 20 with THE AFFAIR
CraveTV announced today that, for the first time ever, new and returning SHOWTIME programming will debut on CraveTV, immediately bolstering the amount of exclusive, first-run programming on the streaming service. SHOWTIME’s award-winning hit series, specials, and documentaries will begin streaming on CraveTV day-and-date with their broadcast premieres on SHOWTIME in the U.S., beginning with acclaimed drama THE AFFAIR
on Sunday, Nov. 20 at 10 p.m. ET
As a result of the new strategy, CraveTV subscribers can look forward to new SHOWTIME programming on the service every single week, in addition to CraveTV’s weekly roll-out of additional new content every week on #iCraveFridays.
“Launching SHOWTIME in a first-window on CraveTV is a true game-changer for the service and for Canada’s TV lovers,” said Tracey Pearce, President, Distribution and Pay, Bell Media. “Offering subscribers streaming access to one of the best collections of content in the world, without delay, immediately makes CraveTV an unmatched value proposition.”
Following the Nov. 20 premiere of THE AFFAIR on CraveTV, subscribers can look forward to upcoming all-new seasons of SHOWTIME series BILLIONS (Feb. 19 at 10 p.m. ET)
, DICE, EPISODES, and RAY DONOVAN. Brand-new SHOWTIME series premiering on CraveTV in 2017 include the greatly anticipated David Lynch drama TWIN PEAKS, the dramedy I’M DYING UP HERE, created by Canadian Jim Carrey, and limited series GUERILLA, starring Idris Elba. Also coming to CraveTV are new seasons of HOMELAND (Season 5) and MASTERS OF SEX (Season 4).
SHOWTIME series, specials, and documentaries live in CraveTV’s popular SHOWTIME Collection, alongside hundreds of hours of classic library SHOWTIME content. CraveTV today also announced that it is bolstering its expansive SHOWTIME library in 2017 with the complete series of award-winning, iconic SHOWTIME titles CALIFORNICATION, DEXTER, and HOUSE OF LIES.
Canada’s leading premium Pay TV service, The Movie Network will continue to deliver the Canadian linear premieres of all SHOWTIME programming.