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Everything’s Better Live: Xfinity TV Go Adds 18 More Live Streaming Channels

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In a world saturated with media, one unfortunate side effect is spreading: spoiler alerts. From the score of the NCAA underdog’s big win to the gasp-inducing twist of a top hit drama (ahem, “The Good Wife”), no one is immune.

Social media, radio commute chatter and digital magazine headlines are all breeding grounds for unwanted TV outcomes before watching live. While binge-watching, ear muffs and Twitter bans are valiant efforts to avoid this tragedy, the only true cure: watch it live!

Fortunately, Comcast’s Xfinity TV Go app is just what the doctor ordered. With a healthy dose of 18 live streaming channels added to an already impressive list of offerings, fans can live stream channels through the app via the Internet and Apple or Android-powered mobile devices.

New networks include: A&E, Bravo, Cooking Channel, DIY Network, E!, Food Network, HGTV, HISTORY, mun2, Oxygen, Sprout, STARZ, Syfy, TBS, TNT, Travel Channel, truTV and USANetwork.

The TV Go app now offers more than 50 live networks, more than 25,000 On Demand choices and thousands of downloadable movies and TV shows to watch offline, making it the ultimate app for on-the-go entertainment and spoiler alert prevention.

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