Xbox 360 Gets Showtime Anytime App: Ray Donovan’, ‘Penny Dreadful’ ‘Shameless,’ ‘Dexter’ & ‘Nurse Jackie’ [MICROSOFT]
Netflix, Youtube, Hulu Plus, HBO Go and a countless library of games not enough to keep you attention? Well all your boredom problems are about to come to an end now that the Showtime Anytime App is finally available for the Xbox 360. You can now enjoy your favorite premium cable shows on your soon-to-be outdated video game platform. You can catch up on past episodes of Ray Donovan, Penny Dreadful, Shameless, Dexter and Homeland.
Showtime Anytime is finally coming to the Xbox 360. The new system app drops just in time for the season premier of Ray Donovan. The offical Xbox.com Xbox Wire blog reports on the new app:
“If you’re looking for something new to watch, you can get ideas from categories like sports, comedy, documentaries and reality. In addition, you get the service’s full slate of special features like ‘My List,’ which features your saved programs available through any device. You can even search through programming with speed and ease using Kinect voice and gesture controls to navigate, play and pause your SHOWTIME content.
“With the anticipated ‘Ray Donovan’ Season 2 premiere just around the corner on July 13, SHOWTIME subscribers and Xbox 360 owners can catch up on Season 1 before the big day. Set in Los Angeles and starring Emmy nominee Liev Schreiber, watch what happens as Ray Donovan does the dirty work for the city’s rich and elite. Season 2 promises to be thrilling with the return of Jon Voight in his Golden Globe-winning role and more dark twists, so make sure to catch up before the premiere. Miss the finales of ‘Homeland,’ ‘Californication,’ ‘Nurse Jackie,’ ‘Penny Dreadful,’ or other favorite TV series? SHOWTIME on your Xbox 360 makes it easy to catch up with these shows and more on your big screen and at your convenience.”
Where that is great news for anyone reading this in 2012, there is no mention of the Showtime app coming to the new generation Xbox One Anytime soon.© 2016 The Classical Art, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.