HBO has made a bunch of their shows, documentaries, and movies available for free for the month of April.
At this point, most people are staying in their homes, and companies are doing what they can to try to help ease the transition. Fitness apps, food delivery services, educational resources, internet service, and even entertainment streaming services have all been letting people indulge in free trials. Now, HBO is offering up some of their movies, shows, and documentaries for free to non-customers.
Some of HBO's prime content like The Sopranos, The Wire, and True Blood will have the full series available for the entire month of April. There are also quite a few documentaries and movies like McMillion$ (a true-crime doc that has been recommended for those who enjoyed Tiger King) and Pokémon Detective Pikachu. You can check out the full list of available content and how to download the app here!
If you get a chance to binge-watch what you want this month and are craving more, then you will be glad to hear that HBO has two streaming options available now and a third option, titled HBO Max, set to release in May. Right now, you can access HBO Go or HBO Now, which gives you a ton of HBO's content, but HBO Max will have even more. When HBO Max releases it will be a streaming service consisting of HBO's current digital library and a variety of WanerMedia content from properties like CNN, TNT, Cartoon Network, and so much more!
Still not sure which streaming service is best for you? Check out this great breakdown of all of HBO's streaming options.
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