Taylor Swift is getting her own TV channel. AT&T made the announcement on Monday that the singer will soon debut Taylor Swift Now TV channel. The new channel will air footage of her live performances, music videos, behind-the-scenes clips, concerts that have never been seen before, special events, and Swift's commentary about her career. The content will be streamed in 13 episodes.

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Taylor Swift Now will become available via DirecTV, DirecTV Now, and U-verse later this year. Don't think you are going to see other Celebrities on the new channel. It will be all about Swift and no one else. Swift is part of AT&T's exclusive content through a new streaming platform.

When Swift TV channel launches, it will be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and dedicated solely to the 10 time Grammy winner. Therefore, fans can watch the "1989" singer all day, every day.

Fans are excited about getting a new way to watch Swift whenever they want to. They no longer have to wait until she performs in a city near them. Also, they no longer have to watch the talented singer on their laptops or cell phones. They will be able to view Swift on their televisions.

The 26-year-old singer and songwriter is known for writing and recording narrative songs about her personal life. She is one of the most popular contemporary female recording artists of all-time. Viewers will probably get to know Swift much better by watching her on her new TV channel.

DirecTV Now launches November 30

DirecTV Now launches November 30.

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The new television channel will be available for preview on social media in a couple of weeks, but it has not been announced when her channel will officially launch. After merging with Time Warner for $86 billion, AT&T also announced just how much it will cost viewers. The company is offering a one-time early signup fee of $35 for 100 channels after it launches. Other rates are also available depending on the package people choose. Are you going to subscribe to watch more of Swift on Taylor Swift Now?