With many countries and even more people all around the world beeing in lockdown due to coronavirus pandemic, US cable channel HBO has jumped in.
HBO is giving us all access to many of its most iconic series to watch for free.
Lockdown in many countries in the world caused cinemas and theatres to shut down, so the people are searching for some fun while at home in self-isolation.
To makes thing easier, HBO have now made over 500 hours worth of their most popular content available to stream for free.
Today (Apr 3), HBO are offering free access to full hit series, including The Sopranos, Succession, True Blood, Veep and The Wire. You can also currently watch Warner Bros. films, such as Crazy, Stupid, Love and Pokémon Detective Pikachu without paying via the cable channel. Not to mention, a whole host of critically-acclaimed documentaries and docuseries too.
To access the free content, all you have to do is download the HBO Now or HBO Go apps in the US and you can stream all the content without a subscription. The deal is currently only available to people in the US but Variety reports: “The content will also be made available for free via participating U.S. distribution partners’ platforms in the next several days”.