Many TV suppliers and streaming companies have been providing extra free content material to subscribers, largely to assist go the time throughout self-isolation or necessary lockdowns from the coronavirus outbreak. While it isn’t clear if that is additionally a response to the rising variety of of us caught at residence, YouTube TV is giving all its clients free entry to the EPIX channel for the subsequent month.

EPIX is a premium community owned by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer that primarily reveals theatrically-released films, documentaries, and a few originally-produced sequence (very like HBO or Cinemax). The community’s predominant sequence in the meanwhile embody Belgravia, DC’s Pennyworth, and War of the Worlds.

The channel normally prices a further $6/mo, however from March 26th to April 25th, will probably be fully free to all YouTube TV subscribers. YouTube additionally mentioned in an electronic mail despatched to clients that the EPIX trial will not be robotically renewed as soon as it is over, so you do not have to fret a couple of random $6 cost in a month.