As the weather gets colder, it makes it easier to reason why staying in all weekend to bingewatch great TV is the best idea you’ve had in weeks. We’re making that decision even easier by offering a five day free preview of SHOWTIME® from November 3 through November 6.
Just in the nick of time, you can catch up on Shameless before it’s season eight premiere on Sunday, jump right into its newest comedy SMILF, or experience Black Sabbath and Ozzy Osbourne’s final concert together (despite “retiring” 25 years ago) in the new music documentary Black Sabbath: The End of The End. And, if you have any time left after that, there’s plenty of critically acclaimed shows on-demand to keep you busy like Homeland or Ray Donovan. Plus, don’t miss the heavyweight title fight between Wilder and Stiverne II on Saturday, November 4 at 10pm ET.
Here’s more great original SHOWTIME® programming you don’t want to miss:
SNL alum Jay Pharoh stars as , who is a struggling black comedian whose career is on the rise and he struggles to balance his past life and his becoming “white famous.” Watch new episodes Sundays at 10:30pm ET and catch up on the first season so far on-demand.
Bridgette Bird is a smart, young single mom living in South Boston who is trying to navigate life with a very unconventional family. As she struggles to make ends meet, she strives to create a better life for her son, Larry, and often finds herself making impulsive and immature decisions. It takes a raw and honest comedic look at co-parenting, motherhood and female sexuality. Premieres November 5 at 10pm ET.
George Michael: Freedom
In a stunning documentary about the late singer’s formative years, George Michael narrates how he battled against exploitative record contracts, his struggles with fame, and his music kept the music industry evolving. Available on-demand now.
Don’t for get to add SHOWTIME® to your channel line up once the free preview is over for $10 extra a month.