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EPIC On brings special offer for Amazon Fire TV Stick users

Amazon Fire TV Stick users can avail the annual subscription of EPIC On at a discount of 50%

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MUMBAI: EPIC On, the premium video-on-demand platform by EPIC Channel, takes the next step to strengthening its relationship with users of one of the most popular streaming media players in the country - Amazon Fire TV Stick.  For the first-time ever, Amazon Fire TV Stick users can avail the annual subscription of EPIC On at a discount of 50 per cent. This limited period, exclusive offer is currently available and valid only on the annual subscription plan of Rs. 499/-. 

Amazon Fire TV Stick users have access to EPIC On’s high-definition (HD) content library across genres - with select shows in Hindi, English, and Tamil - along with short format content, video books by renowned author Devdutt Pattanaik, and classic tales from ACK Media and Tinkle.

EPIC On hosts content from EPIC TV’s acclaimed library along with a selection of exceptional stories and original series mentioned below.

Regiment Diaries – The show takes the audience behind the heavily guarded gates of new army regimental centres and highlights the training, legacy, history of the regiments, and all that goes into turning a civilian into a solider.

Siyaasat – Based on the famous book, ‘The Twentieth Wife’, the show is a story of politics, interpersonal conflicts, sabotage, grandeur, power and above all else, the love between Salim and Mehrunissa, who was Salim's twentieth and final wife.  

Road Less Travelled - The host travels through India in search of exotic and unique experiences, moments not found in ordinary life.

Wilderness Days – Tom Alter takes viewers across the length and breadth of the country, traversing some of the wildest forests to get exclusive footage of unbelievably close encounters with animals in their natural habitats.

The Great Escape – Based on true events, this show takes you on a thrilling ride of the most daring escapes from Indian history.

Stories By Rabindranath Tagore - Ace director Anurag Basu presents a cinematic interpretation of Tagore's stories and characters, transporting the audience to a less complicated world filled with far more appeal and beauty.

Ekaant - The show documents and investigates the eerie processes of abandonment of historic sites like palaces and deserted forts, near some of the most populated places. 

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