HBO offering free programming as part of #StayHomeBoxOffice
Websites and mobile apps for the premium network's HBO Now and HBO Go now feature a row that says "Stream for Free: No Subscription Required" for viewers to access the free content
HBO is doing its part to help people cope with being quarantined by offering free programming.
The network launched #StayHomeBoxOffice on Friday, serving up 500 hours of free programming. Viewers can see full seasons of shows like The Wire, The Sopranos, and True Blood. Other premium content includes 10 HBO documentaries and 20 films from Warner Bros.
Websites and mobile apps for the premium network’s HBO Now and HBO Go now feature a row that says “Stream for Free: No Subscription Required” for viewers to access the free content.
HBO explained the move was meant “to provide some entertainment relief for those doing their part to keep everyone safe and healthy in this time of social isolation,” in a statement.
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