HBO Releases 500 Hours of Free Content Amidst Coronavirus Pandemic, Including “Veep”, “The Sopranos” and More

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HBO wants you to stay at home.

The premium network belonging to WarnerMedia launched its #StayHomeBoxOffice initiative during which it made available almost 500 hours of streaming programming on HBO NOW & HBO GO – without subscription.

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This is a limited time offer and starts Friday, a press release revealed.

The free content list includes some of the most successful HBO series such as: “The Sopranos”, “Veep”, “Succession”, “Six Feet Under”, “The Wire”, “Ballers”, “Barry”, ” Silicon Valley “And” True Blood “.

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Available movies include “Pokémon Detective Pikachu”, “Lego Movie 2: The Second Part” and “Crazy, Stupid, Love”, and viewers can also access 10 documentaries and documentary series, including “McMillion $” and “The Case Against ”Adnan Syed. “

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HBO’s “Game of Thrones” mega-series, “Westworld”, “Big Little Lies”, “Euphoria” and “Chernobyl” are particularly absent.

The offer only lasts for the month of April.

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