HBO will be making content free for the next one month, effective on the 3rd of April 2020, and these contents would be available anywhere HBO is supported, which also includes IOS and Android devices, also on Smart TV’s and streaming boxes like; Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV and so much more.
HBO, is taking this on to create awareness for its new HBO Max service, and to also increase its fan base for the new service which launches in May for $14.99 a month and will include 10,000 hours of content including TV shows, movies and original content.
A plus to this is that it would also help keep people who are stuck indoors during the coronavirus lock down a bit more entertained.
Cable providers can also gain access to the free streaming content, thankfully for them, there would be no need to put in any login details, like username and password.
HBO Now costs $14.99 a month and provides access to all of HBO’s content for people who don’t already pay for it. HBO Go is a way for people who subscribe to HBO on their TVs to access the content on their phones. The free content will be available through either app.
On Friday, the following free shows will be available through HBO Now and HBO Go: “Ballers,” “Barry,” “Silicon Valley,” “Six Feed Under,” “The Sopranos,” “Succession,” “True Blood,” Veep,” “The Wire.”
It will also offer documentaries such as “The Apollo,” “The Case Against Adnan Syed,” “Elvis Presley: The Searcher,” “The Inventor,” “Jane Fonda in Five Acts,” “I Love you, Now Die,” “McMillion$,” “True Justice, “United Skates” and “We Are the Dream.”
HBO will include about 20 Warner Brothers movies including “Isn’t it Romatic?,” “The Lego Movie 2,” “Smallfoot” and “Pokemon Detective Pikachu.”