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The formation of Epix was announced on April 21, 2008, after individual negotiations between Creator/{{Paramount}}, MGM, and Creator/{{Lionsgate}} with Creator/{{Showtime}} to renew their existing film output deals broke down; each of the three studios disagreed with Showtime over the licensing fee rates for which they wanted Showtime to compensate them to allow future releases to air on the Creator/{{Showtime}} Networks services. In 2017, Paramount and Lionsgate sold their state of Epix to MGM.

Epix currently has first-run access to films from Paramount, MGM and Creator/OrionPictures; past arrangements with Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions expired in 2019. Epix's film library was licensed to Creator/{{Netflix}} from 2010 to 2015, boosting the latter's film collection during the streamer's early years; Epix later entered similar arrangements with Creator/PrimeVideo (in 2012) and Creator/{{Hulu}} (in 2015), the latter of which led Netflix to end their agreement with Epix. The channel's agreement with Prime Video will expire in mid-2021, with Creator/ParamountPlus taking its place. [=ViacomCBS=] and Epix reached a deal which allows Paramount+ to stream new Paramount theatrical releases just 45 days after theatrical release.

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The formation of Epix was announced on April 21, 2008, after individual negotiations between Creator/{{Paramount}}, MGM, and Creator/{{Lionsgate}} with Creator/{{Showtime}} to renew their existing film output deals broke down; each of the three studios disagreed with Showtime over the licensing fee rates for which they wanted Showtime to compensate them to allow future releases to air on the Creator/{{Showtime}} Networks services. In 2017, Paramount and Lionsgate sold their state of stake in Epix to MGM.

MGM; Lionsgate had purchased the Creator/{{Starz}} channel, while Viacom (Paramount's parent company) was preparing to merge with Creator/{{CBS}} Corporation, reuniting them with Showtime.

Epix currently has first-run access to films from Paramount, MGM and Creator/OrionPictures; past arrangements with Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions expired in 2019. Epix's film library was licensed to Creator/{{Netflix}} from 2010 to 2015, boosting the latter's film collection during the streamer's early years; Epix later entered similar arrangements with Creator/PrimeVideo (in 2012) and Creator/{{Hulu}} (in 2015), the latter of which led Netflix to end their agreement with Epix. The channel's agreement with Prime Video will expire in mid-2021, with Creator/ParamountPlus taking its place. [=ViacomCBS=] and Epix reached a deal which allows Paramount+ to stream new Paramount theatrical releases just 45 days after theatrical release.
opening day, well before they even hit Epix's channels.[[note]]By contrast, Epix's previous streaming deals don't allow the streamers access to new-release films until over a month after their cable premiere.[[/note]]


Epix currently has first-run access to films from Paramount, MGM and Creator/OrionPictures; past arrangements with Lionsgate and Creator/RoadsideAttractions expired in 2019. Epix's film library was licensed to Creator/{{Netflix}} from 2010 to 2015, boosting the latter's film collection during the streamer's early years; Epix later entered similar arrangements with Creator/PrimeVideo (in 2012) and Creator/{{Hulu}} (in 2015), the latter of which led Netflix to end their agreement with Epix. The channel's agreement with Prime Video will expire in mid-2021, with Creator/ParamountPlus taking its place. [=ViacomCBS=] and Epix reached a deal which allows Paramount+ to stream new Paramount theatrical releases just 45 days after theatrical release.

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Epix currently has first-run access to films from Paramount, MGM and Creator/OrionPictures; past arrangements with Lionsgate and Creator/RoadsideAttractions Roadside Attractions expired in 2019. Epix's film library was licensed to Creator/{{Netflix}} from 2010 to 2015, boosting the latter's film collection during the streamer's early years; Epix later entered similar arrangements with Creator/PrimeVideo (in 2012) and Creator/{{Hulu}} (in 2015), the latter of which led Netflix to end their agreement with Epix. The channel's agreement with Prime Video will expire in mid-2021, with Creator/ParamountPlus taking its place. [=ViacomCBS=] and Epix reached a deal which allows Paramount+ to stream new Paramount theatrical releases just 45 days after theatrical release.

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Epix currently has first-run access to films from Paramount, MGM and Creator/OrionPictures; past arrangements with Lionsgate and Creator/RoadsideAttractions expired in 2019. Epix's film library was licensed to Creator/{{Netflix}} from 2010 to 2015, boosting the latter's film collection during the streamer's early years; Epix later entered similar arrangements with Creator/PrimeVideo (in 2012) and Creator/{{Hulu}} (in 2015), the latter of which led Netflix to end their agreement with Epix. The channel's agreement with Prime Video will expire in mid-2021, with Creator/ParamountPlus taking its place. [=ViacomCBS=] and Epix reached a deal which allows Paramount+ to stream new Paramount theatrical releases just 45 days after theatrical release.


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The formation of Epix was announced on April 21, 2008, after individual negotiations between Creator/{{Paramount}}, MGM, and Creator/{{Lionsgate}} with Creator/{{Showtime}} to renew their existing film output deals broke down; each of the three studios disagreed with Showtime over the licensing fee rates for which they wanted Showtime to compensate them to allow future releases to air on the Creator/{{Showtime}} Networks services. In 2017, Paramount and Lionsgate sold their state of ePix to MGM.

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The formation of Epix was announced on April 21, 2008, after individual negotiations between Creator/{{Paramount}}, MGM, and Creator/{{Lionsgate}} with Creator/{{Showtime}} to renew their existing film output deals broke down; each of the three studios disagreed with Showtime over the licensing fee rates for which they wanted Showtime to compensate them to allow future releases to air on the Creator/{{Showtime}} Networks services. In 2017, Paramount and Lionsgate sold their state of ePix Epix to MGM.


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* ''Series/BerlinStation''
* ''Belgravia''
* ''Series/{{Britannia}}''
* ''The Contender''
* ''Series/GetShorty''
* ''Series/GodfatherOfHarlem''
* ''Graves''
* ''Series/{{Pennyworth}}''
* ''Perputual Grace, LTD''

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* ''Series/BerlinStation''
''Series/BerlinStation'' (2016-19)
* ''Belgravia''
''Belgravia'' (2020)
* ''Series/{{Britannia}}''
'''''Series/{{Britannia}}''''' (season 3 onward; TBA)
* ''The Contender''
Contender'' (2018)
* ''Series/GetShorty''
''Series/GetShorty'' (2017-19)
* ''Series/GodfatherOfHarlem''
'''''Series/GodfatherOfHarlem''''' (2019-present)
* ''Graves''
''Series/{{Graves}}'' (2016-17)
* ''Series/{{Pennyworth}}''
'''''Series/{{Pennyworth}}''''' (2019-present)
* ''Perputual ''Perpetual Grace, LTD''LTD'' (2019)


Epix (pronounced epics and stylized as ePix) is an American premium cable and satellite television network that is owned by Epix Entertainment LLC, a subsidiary of Creator/MetroGoldwynMayer (MGM).

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Epix (pronounced epics "epics" and stylized as ePix) is an American premium cable and satellite television network that is owned by Epix Entertainment LLC, a subsidiary of Creator/MetroGoldwynMayer (MGM).


Epix (pronounced epics and stylized as ePix) is an American premium cable and satellite television network that is owned by Epix Entertainment LLC, a subsidiary of Creator/MetroGoldwynMayer (MGM).The formation of Epix was announced on April 21, 2008, after individual negotiations between Creator/{{Paramount}}, MGM, and Creator/{{Lionsgate}} with Creator/{{Showtime}} to renew their existing film output deals broke down; each of the three studios disagreed with Showtime over the licensing fee rates for which they wanted Showtime to compensate them to allow future releases to air on the Showtime Networks services. In 2017, Paramount and Lionsgate sold their state to MGM.

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Epix (pronounced epics and stylized as ePix) is an American premium cable and satellite television network that is owned by Epix Entertainment LLC, a subsidiary of Creator/MetroGoldwynMayer (MGM).(MGM).

The formation of Epix was announced on April 21, 2008, after individual negotiations between Creator/{{Paramount}}, MGM, and Creator/{{Lionsgate}} with Creator/{{Showtime}} to renew their existing film output deals broke down; each of the three studios disagreed with Showtime over the licensing fee rates for which they wanted Showtime to compensate them to allow future releases to air on the Showtime Creator/{{Showtime}} Networks services. In 2017, Paramount and Lionsgate sold their state of ePix to MGM.
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Epix (pronounced epics and stylized as ePix) is an American premium cable and satellite television network that is owned by Epix Entertainment LLC, a subsidiary of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM).The formation of Epix was announced on April 21, 2008, after individual negotiations between Creator/{{Paramount}}, MGM, and Creator/{{Lionsgate}} with Creator/{{Showtime}} to renew their existing film output deals broke down; each of the three studios disagreed with Showtime over the licensing fee rates for which they wanted Showtime to compensate them to allow future releases to air on the Showtime Networks services. In 2017, Paramount and Lionsgate sold their state to MGM.

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Epix (pronounced epics and stylized as ePix) is an American premium cable and satellite television network that is owned by Epix Entertainment LLC, a subsidiary of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Creator/MetroGoldwynMayer (MGM).The formation of Epix was announced on April 21, 2008, after individual negotiations between Creator/{{Paramount}}, MGM, and Creator/{{Lionsgate}} with Creator/{{Showtime}} to renew their existing film output deals broke down; each of the three studios disagreed with Showtime over the licensing fee rates for which they wanted Showtime to compensate them to allow future releases to air on the Showtime Networks services. In 2017, Paramount and Lionsgate sold their state to MGM.

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Epix (pronounced epics and stylized as ePix) is an American premium cable and satellite television network that is owned by Epix Entertainment LLC, a subsidiary of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM).The formation of Epix was announced on April 21, 2008, after individual negotiations between Creator/{{Paramount}}, MGM, and Creator/{{Lionsgate}} with Creator/{{Showtime}} to renew their existing film output deals broke down; each of the three studios disagreed with Showtime over the licensing fee rates for which they wanted Showtime to compensate them to allow future releases to air on the Showtime Networks services. In 2017, Paramount and Lionsgate sold their state to MGM.

!!List of Epix programming
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* ''Series/BerlinStation''
* ''Belgravia''
* ''Series/Britannia''
* ''Series/GetShorty''
* ''Series/GodfatherOfHarlem''
* ''Graves''
* ''Series/{{Pennyworth}}''
* ''Perputual Grace, LTD''

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