Have Time Warner Cable or DirecTV? Showtime May Be Free This Weekend

Sorry to get your hopes up, but this is only available in New York City and Los Angeles. Showtime is free this weekend so that Emmy voters can watch the “Best in SHO” Emmy Free Preview marathon. The good news is that if you live in those two cities you don’t have to be able to be an Emmy voter in order to benefit.

If you are a subscriber to Time Warner Cable or DirecTV and live in New York City or Los Angeles, from now until June 17 you will be able to watch Showtime, Showtime HD, and Showtime on Demand through marathons and full seasons available On Demand.

The list of shows available to watch is after the jump.

Homeland starring Claire Danes and Damian Lewis
Shameless starring William H. Macy and Emmy Rossum
Dexter staring Michael C. Hall
House of Lies starring Don Cheadle and Kristen Bell
Nurse Jackie starring Edie Falco
The Big C starring Laura Linney (season finale airing on Sunday)
The Borgias starring Jeremy Irons (season finale airing on Sunday)
Weeds starring Mary-Louise Parker
Califonication starring David Duchovny (season finale airing on Sunday)

Rebirth, a Peabody Award-winning documentary about the lives of 5 people affected by 9/11, will also be available because it is nominated for an Emmy in the Oustanding Nonfiction Special category.

About Allison Lips

I am the Toastmasters District 83 Public Relations manager and President of Freehold Phrasers.

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