Entertainment Weekly Launches Paywall

Pay up, fools.

Screen Shot 2015-05-22 at 3.37.17 PMThink carefully before viewing Entertainment Weekly’s online content, like a slideshow of the “26 scariest pop culture clowns.” Is it worth paying for? Before answering, consider — you are (probably) not a child, so clowns are not scary. Also, EW has launched a paywall.

According to Politico, EW.com’s paywall is metered, like the New York Times’ paywall. Nonregistered readers can read up to 10 stories per month, while “registered nonsubscribers” can read up to 15 articles per month.

For complete digital access to EW.com, you’ll have to pay $1.99 per month or $20 per year. If you’re a EW fan, that’s really not much at all. So pay up. Or ask your parents to.

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