There is no launch date other than "soon".Is there an exact date when they will be available? Currently STARZ is in the Crave group so would that come to an eventual end?
If you watch a channel live, like Showcase, you will probably see the same ads as everyone else. My guess is the On Demand portion will be commercial-free.I wonder whether these channels will offer streaming free of advertising? The price seems a tad high as well, especially as an add on to regular Prime Video, which is much more of a bargain in my opinion. I'm sure this will appeal to at least a few people, though. Also, will there be closed captioning or a subtitles option? These questions should be answered in any press release, and I don't see the answers here.
I hope that this won't mean too much loss of content on the regular Prime Video channel.
Some services like Acorn TV offer a discounted annual price, so Amazon may offer the annual price in those cases as well......will a person have the option of paying for the channel(s) a year in advance as with Prime video?
Bell signed a multi-year agreement with Starz, so it won't disappear from Crave anytime soon. In the U.S., several OTT services offer Starz, Showtime and HBO as addons.Currently STARZ is in the Crave group so would that come to an eventual end?
The Handmaid's Tale is a Hulu program and is included in the basic Crave. A few Starz programs like Power Season 1 and Counterpoint Season 1 don't require the Staz addon.Although, I have Crave TV channels but I don’t get the STARZ channels, I only get their contents (I think). Like The handmaid’s Tale will start on June 9 as advertised on Crave TV.
The upcoming season is on Bravo as well.Previous seasons of The Handmaid's Tale also aired on Bravo in Canada. Don't know about the upcoming season.
I think those TV providers that have their own apps still have access to the Corus library as well as live streaming. I'm thinking of Bell, Rogers and Shaw as examples.Are there other options for those who'd watch commercials or have Cable already?