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Spectrum unlocks movies for Women’s History Month

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Charter’s pay television service Spectrum TV is unlocking dozens of women-centric films and documentaries in celebration of Women’s History Month.

Starting today, Spectrum TV is offering a curated library of women-strong titles through the Women’s History Month collection, which is accessible through the company’s video on demand feature for pay video subscribers.

The titles include “Mr. & Mrs Smith,” “Justice League,” the female-led reboot of “Ghostbusters,” “Widows” and “Miss Bala.”

Spectrum is also making it easier to find movies and documentaries focused on women to rent through its video on demand service. Titles available to rent include “Princess Ka’iulani,” “I Am Woman,” “Hidden Figures,” “A Quiet Passion,” “Battle of the Sexes,” “Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am,” “Love, Gilda” and “Advocate,” among othrs.

Spectrum TV customers can learn more about the on-demand titles available to view for free or rent for a small fee by clicking or tapping here.

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