Love Keeping Up With The Kardashians, but don’t care about watching any of the high-end television from the United States? Now TV has the perfect package for you.
Sky’s flexible streaming service is launching the hayu Pass which gets allows you to keep up with Kim & co., The Real Housewives, Botched and about 200 more for just £3.99.
The reality TV-centric pass will offer streaming access to the shows as soon as they air in the US. So if you’re desperate to know how Chloe’s new workout routine went, without it being spoiled online, then you’re in luck.
It’s ideal for the folks who don’t want to watch Sky Atlantic shows like Game of Thrones, The Sopranos, Sharp Objects, Westworld, The Handmaid’s Tale and the like. The Entertainment Pass is £7.99 and includes over 300 box sets and offers access to 11 channels that aren’t available on Freeview.
Now TV tells us some of the hayu content is also available within the Entertainment Pass, but there’s a broader range of reality tv content available within hayu.
A representative tells us: “You get some of the content on the Entertainment Pass but the hayu Pass is a pass completely dedicated to reality and so includes 6,000 episodes from over 200 of the best reality shows. It allows lovers of reality TV can top up their entertainment with their favourite US reality and lifestyle TV shows.”
Hayu debuts next month, in time for KUKTK S15 premiere, which airs on August 6. It’ll be available via the Now TV Smart Stick, Now TV box and the Now TV app, which is also available on a wide range of other devices. Everyone gets a 14-day trial before the £3.99 a month fee kicks in too.
Gidon Katz, Managing Director of NOW TV, said: “If you’re serious about keeping up with the Kardashians and can’t wait for your next Real Housewives fix then the hayu Pass on NOW TV has you covered. Stream all the gossip from over 200 reality shows as soon as they air in the U.S. – no dramas!”
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