Free HBO TV shows, movies and documentaries coming April 3


AT&T WarnerMedia’s HBO will offer a bunch of free TV shows and movies starting Friday. Customers will be able to access it on any platform where HBO Now and HBO Go are supported, which includes iPhones, Android devices, smart TVs, streaming boxes (like Roku, Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV) and more.

HBO said the original plan was to provide free content for one month. It’s a way for WarnerMedia to attract fans of its upcoming HBO Max service, which will launch in May for $ 14.99 per month and will include 10,000 hours of content, including TV shows, movies, and content. original. It will also help entertain people who are trapped inside while the coronavirus is locked.

Cable operators can also provide on-demand HBO access on set-top boxes, a company spokesperson told CNBC. HBO will not require any kind of login via apps, so people don’t need to enter a username, password, or email.

HBO now costs $ 14.99 per month and gives people who don’t already pay for all of HBO’s content. HBO Go is a way for people who subscribe to HBO on their TV to access content on their phone. Free content will be available through either application.

On Friday, the following free shows will be available via HBO Now and HBO Go: “Ballers”, “Barry”, “Silicon Valley”, “Six Feed Under”, “The Sopranos”, “Succession”, “True Blood”, Veep, “” The Wire “.

He 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 approximately 20 Warner Brothers films, including “Isn’t it romatic?” “,” Lego 2 movie “,” Smallfoot “and” Pokemon Detective Pikachu “.


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