Bored at home? No more! For the first time ever, over 500 hours of HBO programming are available to stream for free and without a subscription.
When we are left to make the most of a situation, every little help is welcome.
Your self-isolation is about to become a little less daunting, as HBO is making over 500 hours of premium programming available for free, including fan-favorites like Veep, The Sopranos, The Wire and even some blockbuster movies, as part of its #StayAtHomeBoxOffice campaign.
HBO announced the campaign and explained that its decision was made “to provide some entertainment relief for those doing their part to keep everyone safe and healthy in this time of social isolation.”
HBO saw an increase of over 40% in streaming since people across the US have been mandated to shelter in place due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
My bosses want me to tell you these series will be available to stream on HBO NOW and HBO GO for free starting tomorrow:@BallersHBO
Six Feet Under
— HBO (@HBO) April 2, 2020
Some of the titles available to stream for free on HBO include Warner Bros. films The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, The Bridges of Madison County, and Pokémon Detective Pikachu, as well as HBO original series like Six Feet Under, The Sopranos, and Silicon Valley. Ten docuseries will also be available for viewing and include: I Love You, Now Die: The Commonwealth vs. Michelle Carter, Jane Fonda in Five Acts, and True Justice: Bryan Stevenson’s Fight for Equality.
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