The Sony Home Entertainment Center, the company’s TV streaming service, will offer its users a new streaming service called Spyglass Entertainment Network that will allow users to stream the latest movies and TV shows to their TVs without needing to buy an additional subscription to a TV service.
Users will have to log into their accounts and install the Spyglass app on their TVs.
Users will be able to access their Spyglass entertainment network by either logging into their account or going to the SpyGlass website.
When the user signs in, the site will offer a free download of a few hours of a movie or TV show to the user’s home entertainment center.
If the user wants to watch the entire movie or show on their home entertainment network, they will need to pay an additional $1.99.
This is a significant discount for the service.
The Spyglass service also offers free streaming of movies and shows from major movie studios like Warner Bros., Paramount, 20th Century Fox and Universal Pictures.
The Spyglass streaming service will offer users an additional feature that will let them watch movies and television shows from the following companies: Disney, DreamWorks, Paramount, Twentieth Century Fox, Sony Pictures, AMC Networks, FX Networks, CBS, AMC Studios, Netflix, Hulu, AMCTV, Viacom and Nickelodeon.
It is unclear how many users will have access to the service at launch.
Spyglass will not be available for purchase until November 24.
Sony has previously announced that its new streaming services will be free to users, but the company will be offering a separate package of free service to some of its existing customers.
The Sony Entertainment Network will also be free, although it will include a $5.99 per month subscription fee to the TV service that will be charged after the subscription has been activated.