Time Warner Cable and Viacom announced the multi-year renewal of their distribution agreement Tuesday afternoon in a deal that will for the first time make entertainment network EPIX available to subscribers.

Per the agreement, the addition of EPIX, a hybrid premium cable/satellite TV network and subscription video on demand service, will put over 3,000 titles — like The Hunger Games, Skyfall and World War Z – at the fingertips of TWC customers.

Moreover, the deal extension means Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks will continue to offer Viacom staples — Nickelodeon, MTV, VH1, CMT and Comedy Central among them — across all platforms, including the TWC TV app.

“We’re pleased to have reached agreement in advance of our deadline,” TWC executive vice president Melinda Witmer said in a release. “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.”

Additional terms of the agreement — such as the length of the renewal and dollar figures — were not disclosed.

google Time Warner Cable makes new deal with Viacomtwitter Time Warner Cable makes new deal with Viacomfacebook Time Warner Cable makes new deal with Viacomstumbleupon Time Warner Cable makes new deal with Viacomtumblr Time Warner Cable makes new deal with Viacomreddit Time Warner Cable makes new deal with Viacombuffer Time Warner Cable makes new deal with Viacomdiggit Time Warner Cable makes new deal with Viacomlinkedin Time Warner Cable makes new deal with Viacompinterest Time Warner Cable makes new deal with Viacom

« »