If you’re one of the lucky ones who’ve won the Lifetime movie club for a life time, you’re probably feeling pretty smug about it.
But there’s one thing you probably didn’t know: Lifetime actually has a new version of the Lifetime Club that will allow you to stay in it for the next 10 years, at least.
The new version will be available for sale at select movie theaters starting on Friday.
The new version, called the Lifetime Premier Club, will be the company’s first permanent extension of the existing Lifetime Club.
Lifetime, which is owned by Walt Disney Co., said in a statement that the new Lifetime Premier will be “a fun, interactive experience.”
The Lifetime Premier, which will be sold in select theaters starting Friday, is similar to the current Lifetime Club except it will be open to anyone for the lifetime of the film or TV show.
The Lifetime Club was launched in 2013 to give subscribers a chance to stay connected to the films and TV shows they love.
It is one of many ways to stay up-to-date with the latest films and shows, such as the new Star Wars film.
In the past, people have gotten their movies, television shows and other entertainment via an annual subscription.
The Lifetime Club will let subscribers get their movies and other content from theaters at no extra cost, according to the company.
“We’re excited to continue the legacy of Lifetime as a leader in entertainment,” Lifetime CEO Bill DeWitt said in the statement.
“By making it possible for our fans to watch their favorite films, TV shows and films online at no cost, we are helping to give them an unparalleled, immersive experience.”