NOW TV Entertainment Month Pass
How to get an Entertainment Month Pass
Already got a NOW TV account?
If you’ve already got a NOW TV account, but you’ve never had an Entertainment Pass, you can easily start a free trial.
Just go to My Account, and then My Passes (you'll need to sign in, if you haven't already). Then just click on START 14 DAY FREE TRIAL next to the Entertainment Pass.
If you’ve had an Entertainment Month Pass before or you’ve already used your free trial, select BUY MONTH PASS.
New to NOW TV?
You’ll need to create an account before getting your Pass. Follow these steps:
- Go to nowtv.com/tv-passes
- Click Choose your Pass and then Free trial next to the Entertainment Pass
- We just need a few details before you can grab your Pass and start watching.
Choose a question below to find out more.
As a new customer, you get a 14 day free trial. Then it’s £7.99 a month.
There’s no contract, so you can cancel at any time.
You get these live channels: Sky 1, Sky Living, Sky Atlantic, Gold, Comedy Central, Sky Arts, Fox, MTV, Nat Geo Wild, Discovery Channel and SyFy.
Please note: From 1 May 2018, ITV Encore is no longer available.
You also get box sets for shows from all of these channels, plus ABC Studios and VICE.
We’re constantly updating and adding to our catch up shows and box sets.
You can browse our catalogue to see the shows and box sets we currently have available, and find out about upcoming shows on our blog.
To take advantage of the NOW TV Entertainment Pass you’ll need:
- One of the devices listed here
- Minimum 2.5Mpbs broadband download speed
- A NOW TV account
We aim for shows to appear on catch up within 24 hours of first broadcast.
Catch up episodes are usually available for at least 7 days from the date they were first broadcast.
The first monthly payment will be taken out 14 days after you sign up for your free trial, and then on the same day each month after that.
Got NOW TV Combo?
If you're a NOW TV Combo customer, when you buy a new Month Pass we don’t take any upfront payment. It’ll be added to your next monthly bill instead.
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