Global music and entertainment streaming platform, TIDAL, has announced an exclusive subscription bundle with premium cable network EPIX’s streaming service, EPIX NOW. Starting now, new users can subscribe to both TIDAL Premium and EPIX NOW for only $12.99 per month.
The bundle launched the same day as the season two premiere of EPIX’s original drama series “Godfather of Harlem,” starring Emmy-Award winner Forest Whitaker. Through the partnership, members can enjoy tracks from the series’ soundtrack, executive produced and supervised by Swizz Beatz as well as enjoy content on both platforms.
Tracks will be released weekly every Friday from April 16th through May 21st. Additionally, to tease the EPIX experience, all TIDAL users in the US can view “Godfather of Harlem’s” first episode, “By Whatever Means Necessary,” from season one on the platform.
“TIDAL has always been committed to delivering a well-rounded experience for fans across both audio and visual formats. TIDAL’s partnership with EPIX gives members an unparalleled and cohesive content experience, all in real time, ” said Lior Tibon, TIDAL COO.
“As we launch the highly-anticipated second season of ‘Godfather of Harlem,’ we’re thrilled to partner with TIDAL to not only offer fans a terrific platform to experience the show’s original soundtrack, but also, for those who purchase the bundle, all EPIX NOW has to offer including original series and thousands of movies,” said Courtney Menzel, Co-GM, EPIX.
The partnership between TIDAL and EPIX is the second major announcement this week by the hi-res digital music streaming service; LG announced on Thursday that TIDAL will now be available on its television lineup giving viewers an opportunity to stream music directly from their televisions to a soundbar or home theater system. Users can utilize either the HDMI eARC or Optical output to transmit music.
Additional content and collaborations by both brands will be announced throughout the partnership.
The bundle is available at https://epixnow.com/offer/tidal-epixnow