The new extended distribution agreement also means that Bright House Networks will also be able to offer Viacom networks content to subscribers on both live and streaming on-demand platforms such as the TWC TV app.
The existing contract was due to end at the end of this year, and will bring a swathe of EPIX satellite/cable content, consisting of around 3,000 titles available on-demand including the latest movies such as World War Z and The Hunger Games.
The deal also brings Viacom TV channels including Nickelodeon, MTV, VH1, CMT and Comedy Central.
Speaking in a press release, Melinda Witmer TWC executive VP said, “We’re pleased to have reached agreement in advance of our deadline. We’re working hard to provide our customers with easier access to the content they love; this agreement will provide a more expansive offering to a wide array of our customers, from parents of young children to comedy and movie lovers and more.”