12-11-2013 14:46 - edited 06-03-2014 15:28
We've compiled some of the top questions we've been asked into this handy guide all about the Entertainment Month Pass. Just select a question from the list, or scroll down the page to read them all.
14-11-2013 13:24 - edited 10-12-2013 10:21
The Entertainment Month Pass is currently available for the introductory price of £4.99 per month. It lets you access ten live entertainment channels, as well as a range of catch up and box set content.
To sign up for entertainment, just log in on a PC or Mac, click the "Entertainment" tab at the top of the page, click "WATCH NOW" and follow the steps. If you already have a NOW TV account, you'll be prompted to activate a pass. If you don't have a NOW TV account yet, enter your details and you'll be watching in no time at all.
For more information, check out these links:
14-11-2013 13:26 - edited 14-11-2013 13:37
The NOW TV Entertainment Month Pass is available on a variety of devices from mobiles to games consoles, PCs to set top boxes.
For the latest list of compatible devices, see here: Which devices can I watch a NOW TV Entertainment Month Pass on
We're working on making the service available on more devices and platforms too. To be alerted as new ones become available, subscribe to this thread: NOW TV Entertainment Month Pass on new devices
The NOW TV Entertainment Month Pass is currently unavailable on YouView. For more information on this, please see this link: Why is NOW TV Entertainment Month Pass unavailable on YouView
14-11-2013 13:26 - edited 09-07-2014 11:56
As well as live channels and box set content, the NOW TV Entertainment Month Pass allows you to catch up on shows which have recently been broadcast.
When do catch up shows become available?
Such shows will typically be available around 24 hours after they're broadcast, although it can sometimes take a little longer. If you're eagerly awaiting something and it hasn't appeared yet, ask on the community here and we'll find out for you.
How long are catch up shows available for?
How long we can show catch up content for varies depending on our rights with the original broadcaster, but generally each show will be available for 1-4 weeks once it appears online.
Once that time expires, the episodes are removed from the service, so it is possible you'll find we only have part of a series available to view (eg. episodes 3, 4 and 5, but not episodes 1 or 2). Be sure to watch the episodes as they arrive, or soon after, to avoid missing out on the story!
14-11-2013 13:26 - edited 30-04-2014 14:08
As part of the NOW TV Entertainment Month Pass, you get access to a regularly changing collection of entire series of shows to watch at your leisure. These might be shows which have been aired recently on the ten live channels, some time ago, or on a completely different channel or service altogether.
The rights for the box set content do vary, meaning that content won't always be available to watch. Some could be on the service for a month, some for longer, and our rights can be extended at any time.
To keep up to date with what's available, take a look here: Box sets available with NOW TV Entertainment Month Pass
14-11-2013 13:27 - edited 14-11-2013 13:30
There are some shows broadcast on the ten live channels available which we don't have permission to show via NOW TV, so during these broadcasts you'll see a "slate" message explaining it's not available.
For more information, please see this help article: NOW TV error message “We’re sorry – unfortunately rights restrictions mean that this programme is no...
To see a list of shows unavailable each day, look here: Unavailable shows on NOW TV live channels
You only need a TV licence to watch NOW TV if you're viewing live channels.
If you're only using movies or entertainment on demand, and no live content, then you don't need a TV licence.
If you're using a Sky Sports Day Pass, or watching live movies or entertainment channels, you do need a TV licence.