With the Epix app, users can stream thousands of movies from major studios such as Paramount, Lionsgate, and MGM, in addition to a ton of other content. To use the service, you have to have a current TV subscription that includes the service either as part of a bundle or a la carte.
To celebrate its launch on the Xbox One, Epix is currently running an offer for a 14-day free trial of the service for those who download the app to their console. The free trial offer runs through March 31, and you can sign up here to get started.
While it's obviously not a solution for cord cutters, Epix does provide a nice selection of streaming content for those who are still holding onto their cable or satellite subscription. If you'd like to check the app out in between Rosetta Stone lessons, you should be able to snag it on your Xbox One now.
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