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airing A CONVERSATION WITH LEONARD NIMOY and STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS!
EPIX presents a wonderful interview with the legendary actor, which provides insight into the man and his inseparable association with Spock. Here’s an excerpt. The full interview airs 2/27 at 11pm, 2/28 at 540 and 10pm and 3/1 at 8pm ET.
Katy Perry goes full incognito as she steps out with her security and a group of friends on Saturday (February 21) in Milan, Italy. The 30-year-old singer treated herself to a bit of retail therapy at Corso Como 10 then made her way to Da Giacomo restaurant to have dinner. PHOTOS: Check out the latest [...]
EPIX today announced that it has extended its agreement with Amazon
From the girl power of Katy Perry in concert to the thud and blunder of Michael Bay’s Transformers to a Friday the 13th marathon of every Friday the 13th movie, EPIX has something for everyone in March. Follow the jump for details. FRIDAY...Show More Summary
Dish's Sling TV is great for cord-cutters, but has no on-demand content or even recent movie releases for times when TNT and TBS won't cut it. It's about to fill both of those gaps by tying up with Epix, a premium content channel co-owned by Viacom,...
Dish’s Sling TV streaming service is currently a pretty bare-bones operation, with only about a dozen channels and very little in the way of on-demand content. Today the service announced its first partnership with a premium pay-TV movie network. And no, it’s not HBO, Showtime, or even Starz. Nope, the first premium movie network offering on Sling will come from … [More]
We’ll get to the details, such as they are, in a moment. First, armchair corporate strategists should take note of the fact that Viacom negotiates for EPIX, which it co-owns with Lionsgate and MGM. The fact that it made a deal seemingly without a stink with Dish Network could affect the thinking of investors who wonder whether the No. Show More Summary
When I first reviewed Sling TV, I wrote that the interface and concept were fantastic, but that its success would hinge on the quality and quantity of its content partnerships. ESPN, Turner, and Scripps were serviceable as an introduction,...Show More Summary
Sling TV announced Monday that it will soon start offering Epix channels to its customers.
Dish is trying to build a cord-cutter's Swiss Army knife of entertainment.
For Epix and the NHL, a new documentary series they've partnered on is more than just another piece of content — and more than initially meets the eye. Rather, it's a match made in heaven for North America's pro hockey league and the...Show More Summary
This is pretty funny. At the top of NHL.com senior writer Dan Rosen‘s look at the 24-person EPIX crew slaving away under very tight deadlines in Manhattan to piece together the cable channel’s one-hour weekly offering Road to the NHL...Show More Summary
Sports documentary producer Ross Greenburg was feeling a bit nostalgic as he oversaw a crew of video editors crash on the first installment of his latest Epix series "Road to the NHL Stadium Series."
'Bill and Ted' star Alex Winter directs the new documentary 'Deep Web', exploring the Silk Road scandal, coming to EPIX this spring. [...]
We’re getting a look at Alex Winter’s (Downloaded) documentary Deep Web, set for premiere on EPIX in the spring. Docu chronicles the October 2013 arrest of Ross William Ulbricht, the 30-year-old entrepreneur alleged to be "Dread Pirate Roberts" — founder of Silk Road, the notorious online black market best known for drug trafficking. Show More Summary
The appointment of Jocelyn Diaz as EVP for Original Programming is consistent with vows that the premium network backed by Viacom, Lionsgate, and MGM will become a player in scripted TV production. In her previous gig as VP of Production...Show More Summary