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Showtime will officially begin streaming “The Chi” Season 4 finale at midnight on Sunday. If you’re not already subscribed to the cable network, there’s still time to join so that you can watch the finale for free.
Jacob Latimore, Yolanda Ross, Michael V. Epps, Alex R. Hibbert, Shamon Brown Jr., and Luke James star in Lena Waithe’s drama series exploring life on the South Side of Chicago.
Whether you’re new to “The Chi,” or catching up on older episodes, Showtime gives you unlimited streaming access and you won’t pay a dime for the first month. The network is offering a 30-day free trial for new subscribers, which means you not only get to watch “The Chi” but every other series and movie in the Showtime library.
That includes new episodes and full seasons of “Black Monday,” “Desus & Mero,” “Billions,” “Ziwe,” “Back to Life,” “Ray Donovan,” “Couples Therapy,” “City on a Hill,” and other Showtime Originals. You can even enjoy a free episode of Showtime Originals before you subscribe. The subscription will cost $10.99 a month after the free trial and you can cancel anytime.
Amazon Prime members can also subscribe to Showtime with Prime Video Channels. Members will receive a free seven-day trial before a $10.99-a-month subscription thereafter. If you have Hulu, Showtime is offered as a premium add-on. Hulu subscribers get a seven-day free trial for Showtime ($10.99 a month after that). Showtime can also be added through various cable providers, though prices and plans may vary.
Stream live TV, watch on-demand content or download and watch offline — all you need is an internet connection to watch from anywhere via the Showtime app. The app works on Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, Fire Stick, Android TV, and Chromecast, Xbox One and Xbox series, Playstation 4, iPads and notebooks, smart phones, computers, Oculus VR, and more.
Elsewhere in the Showtime catalogue, viewers will find a host of star-studded movies crossing a variety of genres. Among them, the Oscar-nominated war film “1917,” and the crime comedy “Hustlers,” starring Jennifer Lopez, Lili Reinhart, Constant Wu, and Keke Palmer. Showtime has horror movies too, and just about every other genre that you might want to get lost in — along with groundbreaking documentaries such as “Belushi,” “Amy,” and “Kingdom of Silence.”
For sports fans, Showtime is known for its championship boxing. The monthly subscription comes with access to Showtime Boxing, MMA fights, and riveting sports documentaries like “Macho: The Hector Camacho Story,” “Outcry,” and “Kobe Bryant’s Muse.”