Taylor Swift fans no longer have to be glued to their laptops and cellphones to follow the singer's every move. Fans will now have the option to be glued to the small screen. Swift is launching her own TV Channel. Telecommunications giant, AT&T, announced Monday that it partnered up with the 10x Grammy winner to air exclusive footage of the singer and content. Music videos, performances and behind-the-scenes footage will also be aired on Swift's channel. Taylor Swift Now is part of AT&T's new venture -- DirecTV Now channel.

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Details on Taylor Swift Now TV Channel

According to an AT&T press release, the deal is multi-year and multi-faceted. DirecTV Now launches November 30 but it is unclear when Swift's channel will be released. The deal also states the multi-platinum recording artist will headline DirecTV Super Saturday Night in Houston the night before the Superbowl. The "1989" singer will take the stage in Houston on February 4. But it won't be any ordinary stage. The stage Swift will set foot on is a 64,000 square foot venue in Texas built for the event.

The performance is just one of many collaborations for the pop singer and AT&T. The channel will be rolled out in 13 chapters. An homage to the singer's lucky number. Details of how much Swift will be getting paid are still tight-lipped but the telecommunications company said it will release more details in the near future.

Fans are ecstatic about the new Swift channel

Swifties took to social media to voice their excitement .

PrincessTati tweeted: "YAS! I'm so glad I have @ATT!!"

But others no so much.

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KatyLover tweeted: "moving to t.mobile"

It's no secret Katy Perry and Taylor Swift had some bad blood in the past. We wonder if Perry will be tuning in.

TV channel is one of the many accomplishments for Taylor Swift

It's not a surprise why Taylor Swift would be granted her very own TV channel. Her list of accolades is impressive. As mentioned earlier, she is a 10x Grammy winner. She is the the only woman in Grammy history to snag Album of the Year twice.