Just in time for the July 15 premiere of Game of Thrones, Hulu and HBO have struck a deal to bring the pay-cable network’s programming to the streaming service.
Hulu is now offering HBO and Cinemax as premium add-ons that supplement the shows and movies already offered via its subscription video and live TV packages. HBO will cost $15 per month and Cinemax will cost $10 per month, in addition to Hulu’s subscription fees. The streamer offers an ad-supported plan for $8 per month, an ad-free plan for $12 per month and a live TV plan for $40 per month.
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Now, they’ll be able to watch the show live or on-demand, along with past seasons of other popular HBO series, like the “The Sopranos,” or catch up on newcomers like “Westworld,” along with all the other shows, sports, comedy and music specials, and movies that HBO offers. Some of HBO’s other notable originals include “Veep,” “Last Week Tonight,” “Vice,” “Silicon Valley,” “Big Little Lies,” and “The Night Of.” It’s now home to kids classic “Sesame Street,” too.
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Will you binge-watch Game Of Thrones and other HBO/Cinemax TV shows on Hulu?