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Showtime's Anytime TV service starts streaming on your Xbox 360

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  1. Athlon646464

    Athlon646464 Gold Members DBSTalk Gold Club

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    Showtime's Anytime TV service starts streaming on your Xbox 360

    (Engadget.com) - If you're hanging on to an Xbox 360, you now have an easy way to catch up on Nurse Jackie or Penny Dreadful without reaching for the DVR remote. Showtime Anytime has finally reached Microsoft's previous-generation game console, letting you stream both live and on-demand shows so long as you already get Showtime through a conventional TV provider....

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  2. dmspen

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    YAY! DISH has been remiss in not getting showtime on Demand or available through DISH Anywhere. In the past I had to get BluRay and Amazon season purchases of shows like Dexter. Glad to see my old XBOX 360 is becoming even more useful!
     
  3. coolman302003

    coolman302003 2014 NBA CHAMPIONS!

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    DISH is not one of the listed providers supported...


    SHOWTIME ANYTIME on Xbox 360 is available to customers of AT&T U-verse, Blue Ridge Communications, Bright House Networks, CenturyLink Prism, Charter, Comcast XFINITY, Cox, DIRECTV, Google Fiber, Grande Communications, Massillon Cable TV (MCTV), Mediacom, Optimum, Time Warner Cable and Verizon FiOS.
     
  4. l_lamb

    l_lamb Cool Member

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    Now if they'd just add Chromecast support ...
     
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