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Discussion in 'TiVo Coffee House - TiVo Discussion' started by bhoch99, Mar 26, 2020.
I get three EPIX channels.
For years now Charter Spectrum has included EPIX streaming for broadband customers. It’s tied to the internet service, not the TV package.
Ahhh... ok, that explains it then
Are you counting the “on demand” channel?
I would rank "Perpetual Grace, LTD" (one season, 10 eps) right behind the three seasons (27 eps) of "Get Shorty." The latter represents some of the best writing for TV ever IMHO.
Both series were produced by MGM Television, owners of the Epix channel.
Not on demand. My Spectrum calls them EPIXHD-E, EPIX2HD-E and EPIX3HD-E. According to Wikipedia, there are four EPIX channels called EPIX, EPIX2, EPIX Hits and EPIX Drive-In.
I just checked my Youtube TV, and I get the 4 listed in the Wiki. My upcoming listings right now for Hits and Drive-In are The Next Karate Kid at 4:20 and Earth Girls Are Easy at 4:05 respectively. That should help you figure out what 3 actually is.
I guess I have EPIX Hits then. And actually, if I really look at the icon and just not read the text, it says EPIX Hits. Thanks
I just did some more looking into this. I also have EPIX Drive-In in the lower numbers, supposedly non-HD. I usually never look at these.
they are wrong. I am a Spectrum customer in Orlando using a Tivo Bolt that gets Showtime directly from showtime. I got the email about free showtime for a month, so I decided to record Homeland last night on my Bolt and it recorded just fine
you should definitely be getting the free Showtime
Have frontier in Tampa and been getting showtime and epix for almost 2 weeks now for free