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HBO Released Almost 500 Hours Worth Of Shows Free To Stream Amidst Lockdown

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HBO Released Almost 500 Hours Worth Of Shows Free To Stream Amidst Lockdown

Let’s flatten the curve.

HBO is running their own stay-home tag with the new free-to-stream offer. The WarnerMedia company is allowing people to watch up to 500-hour worth of shows and programming for free while adding the tag  #StayHomeBoxOffice. They’re made available since Apr. 3.

This is definitely best time to catch up to some shows with the possibility of having to remain in lockdown for weeks. The limited-time offer will include these shows for free-streaming: ‘The Sopranos’, ‘Veep’, ‘Succession’, ‘Six Feet Under’, ‘The Wire’, ‘Ballers’, ‘Barry’, ‘Silicon Valley’ and ‘True Blood’.

As for movies, there will be ”Pokémon Detective Pikachu’, ‘The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part’ and ‘Crazy, Stupid, Love’. You have the whole month to stream all of these for free, but unfortunately, they don’t include popular shows like ‘Game of Thrones’, ‘Westworld’ and ‘Chernobyl’.

This comes as quite a great news after the special reunion episode of ‘Friends’ had to be cancelled. After painstaking negotiations between the cast and the company finally reached a consensus, it had to be postponed, but check out this hilarious interview with Courteney Cox who reveals she doesn’t really remember what happened in ‘Friends’!

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