Showtime Streaming Service Now Available on Amazon, Google

Users will be able to access network’s entire library on supported devices for monthly fee

Showtime’s stand-alone streaming service will now be available on Amazon and Google, the network announced Tuesday.

The service will be available on Amazon Fire devices including Fire tablets, Fire TV, Fire TV stick, and Android devices, including Android phones and tablets and Android TV.

Showtime has also added Android, iOS and web Chrome browser support for Chromecast, as well as other Google Cast-enabled streaming devices.

Amazon and Android users are able to subscribe through the Showtime app anywhere in the U.S., for one monthly price of $10.99, and new subscribers will be offered a 30-day free trial at sign-up.

Users of the service have unlimited on demand access to every season of Showtime original series, and hundreds of hours of movies, documentary and sports programming.

Subscribers can also access the site’s music makers section which features documentaries from artists such as David Bowie, The Who, Jimi Hendrix, One Direction, Nas, Green Day, Billy Joel and The Rolling Stones.

In addition the the new platforms, Showtime is currently available to subscribers via cable, DBS and telco providers and as a stand-alone, commercial-free streaming service through Apple and Roku, Inc.’s Roku players and Roku TV models. Subscribers can also watch on their computers at the Showtime websiteand via Sony Network Entertainment International’s PlayStation Vue and through Hulu.