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SHOWTIME ANYTIME® now available to MetroCast subscribers


MetroCast customers who subscribe to SHOWTIME can now access their favorite SHOWTIME programming anywhere. Today, MetroCast Communications announced the launch of SHOWTIME ANYTIME, Showtime Networks' authentication service. SHOWTIME ANYTIME, available free with a SHOWTIME subscription, gives the network's subscribers unlimited on demand access to hundreds of hours of SHOWTIME programming on their computer, tablet, mobile device, Xbox 360 game console, or Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire TV streaming devices anywhere in the U.S. SHOWTIME ANYTIME also includes the live broadcast of both the East and West Coast feeds of SHOWTIME.

MetroCast customers can use SHOWTIME ANYTIME to watch current and past seasons of the network's award-winning original series including HOMELAND, DEXTER®, RAY DONOVAN, MASTERS OF SEX, PENNY DREADFUL, CALIFORNICATION, HOUSE OF LIES, WEB THERAPY, EPISODES and NURSE JACKIE, along with box office hits, hard-hitting sports, documentaries and specials, at home or on the go.

"SHOWTIME has distinguished itself as a premier destination for critically-acclaimed original series, hit movies, and exclusive programming," said Andrew Walton, Vice President of Marketing and Communications for MetroCast.  "Now, MetroCast customers subscribing to SHOWTIME will enjoy the value-added convenience of viewing these programs on their schedule, in home or outside the home, on the device of their choice."

MetroCast customers who subscribe to SHOWTIME can login at portal.MetroCast.net using a current MetroCast e-mail address and password or by creating a new login and password.  Once registered, customers can make their viewing selection and begin watching SHOWTIME content on the SHOWTIME ANYTIME website (www.ShowtimeAnytime.com), Xbox 360, Apple TV, Roku Streaming Player, Amazon Fire TV, or mobile apps. Mobile apps are available for Apple and Android devices as well as the Kindle Fire.