Cord cutting fans of Showtime programming such as Homeland, House of Lies, and Masters of Sex will finally be able to stream those shows online directly from the pay TV provider in 2015. That’s according to Les Moonves, CEO of CBS, Showtime’s parent company. “We could say fairly definitively, sometime in ’15, there will be some service [online streaming service] from Showtime,” Moonves said during CBS’ third-quarter earnings announcement on Wednesday.
This is the second time that Moonves has said Showtime would soon offer a standalone online streaming service; he made similar comments to The New York Times in October.
Like HBO, Showtime has offered a streaming service for several years, but access to it requires a cable subscription.
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