HBO Now is an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players.

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  • HBO Now is an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now has 5 million subscribers. On July 9, 2019, WarnerMedia announced plans to launch an expanded direct-to-consumer streaming service, HBO Max, to launch in spring 2020. On October 29, WarnerMedia confirmed that HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO will be able to access HBO Max for no extra cost. However, HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations will be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as the Apple App Store, Roku and Hulu); customers billed through these services are advised to "stay tuned for more details". (en)
  • HBO Now is an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now has 5 million subscribers. On July 9, 2019, WarnerMedia announced plans to launch an expanded direct-to-consumer streaming service, HBO Max, to launch on May 27, 2020. On October 29, WarnerMedia confirmed that HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO will be able to access HBO Max for no extra cost. However, HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations will be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as the Apple App Store, Roku and Hulu); customers billed through these services are advised to "stay tuned for more details". (en)
  • HBO Now was an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now has 5 million subscribers. On July 9, 2019, WarnerMedia announced plans to launch an expanded direct-to-consumer streaming service, HBO Max, to launch on May 27, 2020. On October 29, WarnerMedia confirmed that HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO will be able to access HBO Max for no extra cost. However, HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations will be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as the Apple App Store, Roku and Hulu); customers billed through these services are advised to "stay tuned for more details". On May 27th, 2020, HBO Now was retired in favor of HBO Max. All content from HBO Now would carry over, along with a plethora of new content from the rest of WarnerMedia and from third parties, and as such, the old service and brand name was scrapped to avoid redundancy. On December 9, 2014, it was reported that HBO had outsourced development of the service's infrastructure to Major League Baseball Advanced Media (MLBAM), who also developed the infrastructures used by WatchESPN and WWE Network. The network was previously working on a new platform codenamed "Maui"; however HBO, especially after major outages of HBO Go that occurred during several recent season premieres of high-profile HBO series, felt that outsourcing the service to a third-party would bring lower risk to the project. Otto Berkes stepped down as the company's Chief Technical Officer following this move. The service was officially unveiled as HBO Now during an Apple press event on March 9, 2015. It was also announced that Apple would be the service's exclusive launch partner, with the HBO Now app being exclusive to Apple TV and iOS devices for a three-month period following the service's launch. HBO Now content can also be accessed on its website. HBO Now officially went live on April 7, 2015, to coincide with the April 12 premiere of the fifth season of Game of Thrones. Apple keeps 15% of the monthly subscription fee from users who sign up from an iOS device. Following the end of the exclusivity period, HBO Now for Android and Amazon Kindle Fire was released on July 16, 2015. HBO Now apps for Xbox 360 and Xbox One were released on April 21, 2016. On September 15, Sony announced that HBO Now will be available on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, which was later released on September 29, 2016 in anticipation for the series premiere of Westworld on October 2, and that anyone that subscribed to HBO on PlayStation Vue would be able to access HBO Now at no extra cost. (en)
  • HBO Now was an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now has 5 million subscribers. On July 9, 2019, WarnerMedia announced plans to launch an expanded direct-to-consumer streaming service, HBO Max, to launch on May 27, 2020. On October 29, WarnerMedia confirmed that HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO will be able to access HBO Max for no extra cost. However, HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations will be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as the Apple App Store, Roku and Hulu); customers billed through these services are advised to "stay tuned for more details". On May 27th, 2020, HBO Now was retired in favor of HBO Max. All content from HBO Now would carry over, along with a plethora of new content from the rest of WarnerMedia and from third parties, and as such, the old service and brand name was scrapped to avoid redundancy. (en)
  • HBO Now was an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now has 5 million subscribers. On July 9, 2019, WarnerMedia announced plans to launch an expanded direct-to-consumer streaming service, HBO Max, to launch on May 27, 2020. On October 29, WarnerMedia confirmed that HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO will be able to access HBO Max for no extra cost. However, HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations will be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as the Apple App Store, Roku and Hulu); customers billed through these services are advised to "stay tuned for more details". On May 27, 2020, despite initial reports, HBO Now was retired in favor of HBO Max. All content from HBO Now carried over, along with a plethora of new content from the rest of WarnerMedia and from third parties, and as such, the old service and brand name was scrapped to avoid redundancy. (en)
  • HBO Now was an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allowed subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO GO, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now has 5 million subscribers. On July 9, 2019, WarnerMedia announced plans to launch an expanded direct-to-consumer streaming service, HBO Max, to launch on May 27, 2020. On October 29, WarnerMedia confirmed that HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO will be able to access HBO Max for no extra cost. However, HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations will be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as the Apple App Store, Roku and Hulu); customers billed through these services are advised to "stay tuned for more details". On May 27, 2020, despite initial reports, HBO Now was retired in favor of HBO Max. All content from HBO Now carried over, along with a plethora of new content from the rest of WarnerMedia and from third parties, and as such, the old service and brand name was scrapped to avoid redundancy. (en)
  • HBO Now was an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allowed subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now has 5 million subscribers. On July 9, 2019, WarnerMedia announced plans to launch an expanded direct-to-consumer streaming service, HBO Max, to launch on May 27, 2020. On October 29, WarnerMedia confirmed that HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO will be able to access HBO Max for no extra cost. However, HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations will be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as the Apple App Store, Roku and Hulu); customers billed through these services are advised to "stay tuned for more details". On May 27, 2020, despite initial reports, HBO Now was retired in favor of HBO Max. All content from HBO Now carried over, along with a plethora of new content from the rest of WarnerMedia and from third parties, and as such, the old service and brand name was scrapped to avoid redundancy. (en)
  • HBO Now was an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allowed subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now has 5 million subscribers. On July 9, 2019, WarnerMedia announced plans to launch an expanded direct-to-consumer streaming service, HBO Max, to launch on May 27, 2020. On October 29, WarnerMedia confirmed that HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO will be able to access HBO Max for no extra cost. However, HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations will be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as the Apple App Store, Google Play, and Hulu); customers billed through these services are advised to "stay tuned for more details". On May 27, 2020, despite initial reports, HBO Now began being retired in favor of HBO Max. All content from HBO Now carried over, along with a plethora of new content from the rest of WarnerMedia and from third parties, and as such, the old service and brand name began being scrapped in order to avoid redundancy. The HBO Now app on most platforms was rebranded into HBO Max, however, the HBO Now app on Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Fire tablets, Roku, as well as the HBO Now web client remain active as WarnerMedia has not reached agreements with Amazon or Roku regarding distribution of HBO Max. (en)
  • HBO Now was an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now has 5 million subscribers. On July 9, 2019, WarnerMedia announced plans to launch an expanded direct-to-consumer streaming service, HBO Max, to launch on May 27, 2020. On October 29, WarnerMedia confirmed that HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO will be able to access HBO Max for no extra cost. However, HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations will be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as the Apple App Store, Roku and Hulu); customers billed through these services are advised to "stay tuned for more details". On May 27, 2020, HBO Now was retired in favor of HBO Max. All content from HBO Now would carry over, along with a plethora of new content from the rest of WarnerMedia and from third parties, and as such, the old service and brand name was scrapped to avoid redundancy. (en)
  • HBO Now is an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now has 5 million subscribers. On July 9, 2019, WarnerMedia announced plans to launch an expanded direct-to-consumer streaming service, HBO Max, to launch on May 27, 2020. On October 29, WarnerMedia confirmed that HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO will be able to access HBO Max for no extra cost. HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations will be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as the Apple App Store, Roku and Hulu) Support for HBO Now was superseded by HBO Max on the and Google Play when the latter service launched on May 27, 2020, with the HBO Now app being replaced and automatically updating to HBO Max on both platforms. HBO Now continues to be supported for personal computers (including Windows, and Google OS), Amazon Fire tablets, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung TV and Roku devices. All content from HBO Now would carry over, along with a plethora of new content from the rest of WarnerMedia and from third parties, and as such, the old service and brand name was scrapped to avoid redundancy. (en)
  • HBO Now is an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now has 5 million subscribers. On July 9, 2019, WarnerMedia announced plans to launch an expanded direct-to-consumer streaming service, HBO Max, to launch on May 27, 2020. On October 29, WarnerMedia confirmed that HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO will be able to access HBO Max for no extra cost. HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations will be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as the Apple App Store, Roku and Hulu) Support for HBO Now was superseded by HBO Max on the and Google Play when the latter service launched on May 27, 2020, with the HBO Now app being replaced and automatically updating to HBO Max on both platforms. HBO Now continues to be supported for personal computers (including Windows, macOS X and Chrome OS), Amazon Fire tablets, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung TV and Roku devices. All content from HBO Now would carry over, along with a plethora of new content from the rest of WarnerMedia and from third parties, and as such, the old service and brand name was scrapped to avoid redundancy. (en)
  • HBO Now is an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now has 5 million subscribers. On July 9, 2019, WarnerMedia announced plans to launch an expanded direct-to-consumer streaming service, HBO Max, to launch on May 27, 2020. On October 29, WarnerMedia confirmed that HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO will be able to access HBO Max for no extra cost. HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations will be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as the Apple App Store, Roku and Hulu) Support for HBO Now was superseded by HBO Max on the Apple App Store and Google Play when the latter service launched on May 27, 2020, with the HBO Now app being replaced and automatically updating to HBO Max on both platforms. HBO Now continues to be supported for personal computers (including Windows, macOS X and Chrome OS), Amazon Fire tablets, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung TV and Roku devices. All content from HBO Now would carry over, along with a plethora of new content from the rest of WarnerMedia and from third parties, and as such, the old service and brand name was scrapped to avoid redundancy. (en)
  • HBO Now is an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now has 5 million subscribers. On July 9, 2019, WarnerMedia announced plans to launch an expanded direct-to-consumer streaming service, HBO Max, to launch on May 27, 2020. On October 29, WarnerMedia confirmed that HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO will be able to access HBO Max for no extra cost. HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations will be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as the Apple App Store, Roku and Hulu). Support for HBO Now was deprecated and superseded by HBO Max on the Apple App Store and Google Play when the latter service launched on May 27, 2020, with the HBO Now app being replaced and automatically updating to HBO Max on both platforms. HBO Now continues to be supported for personal computers (including Windows, macOS X and Chrome OS), Amazon Fire tablets, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung TV and Roku devices. All content from HBO Now would carry over, along with a plethora of new content from the rest of WarnerMedia and from third parties, and as such, the old service and brand name was scrapped to avoid redundancy. (en)
  • HBO Now is an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now has 5 million subscribers. On July 9, 2019, WarnerMedia announced plans to launch an expanded direct-to-consumer streaming service, HBO Max, to launch on May 27, 2020. On October 29, WarnerMedia confirmed that HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO will be able to access HBO Max for no extra cost. HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations will be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as the Apple App Store, Roku and Hulu). Support for HBO Now was deprecated and superseded by HBO Max on the Apple App Store and Google Play when the latter service launched on May 27, 2020, with the HBO Now app being replaced and automatically updating to HBO Max on both platforms. HBO Now continues to be supported for personal computers (including Windows, macOS X and Chrome OS), Amazon Fire tablets, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung TV and Roku devices. All content from HBO Now would carry over to HBO Max, which also incorporates a broad array of content from other WarnerMedia properties and via third-party content providers; as such, HBO Now will be deprecated, pending further distribution agreements with other digital platforms, to avoid redundancy. (en)
  • HBO Now is an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now has 5 million subscribers. On July 9, 2019, WarnerMedia announced plans to launch an expanded direct-to-consumer streaming service, HBO Max, to launch on May 27, 2020. On October 29, WarnerMedia confirmed that HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO will be able to access HBO Max for no extra cost. HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations will be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as the Apple App Store, Roku and Hulu). Support for HBO Now was deprecated and superseded by HBO Max on the Apple App Store and Google Play when the latter service launched on May 27, 2020, with the HBO Now app being replaced and automatically updating to HBO Max on both platforms. HBO Now continues to be supported for personal computers (including Windows, macOS X and Chrome OS), Amazon Fire tablets, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung TV and Roku devices. All content from HBO Now would carry over to HBO Max, which also incorporates a broad array of content from other WarnerMedia properties and via third-party content providers; as such, HBO Now will be phased out, pending further distribution agreements with other digital platforms, to avoid redundancy. (en)
  • HBO Now is an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now has 5 million subscribers. On July 9, 2019, WarnerMedia announced plans to launch an expanded direct-to-consumer streaming service, HBO Max, to launch on May 27, 2020. On October 29, WarnerMedia confirmed that HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO will be able to access HBO Max for no extra cost. HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations will be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as the Apple App Store, Roku and Hulu). Support for HBO Now was deprecated and superseded by HBO Max on Apple and Google/Android devices when the latter service launched on May 27, 2020, with the HBO Now app being replaced and automatically updating to HBO Max on both platforms. HBO Now continues to be supported for personal computers (including Windows, macOS X and Chrome OS), Amazon Fire tablets, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung TV and Roku devices. All HBO content from HBO Now was carried over to HBO Max, which also incorporates a broad array of content from other WarnerMedia properties and via third-party content providers; as such, HBO Now will be phased out, pending further distribution agreements with other digital platforms, to avoid redundancy. (en)
  • HBO Now is an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now has 5 million subscribers. On July 9, 2019, WarnerMedia announced plans to launch an expanded direct-to-consumer streaming service, HBO Max, to launch on May 27, 2020. On October 29, WarnerMedia confirmed that HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO will be able to access HBO Max for no extra cost. HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations will be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as the Apple App Store, Roku and Hulu). Support for HBO Now was deprecated and superseded by HBO Max on Apple and Android devices when the latter service launched on May 27, 2020, with the HBO Now app being replaced and automatically updating to HBO Max on both platforms. HBO Now continues to be supported for personal computers (including Windows, macOS X and Chrome OS), Amazon Fire tablets, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung TV and Roku devices. All HBO content from HBO Now was carried over to HBO Max, which also incorporates a broad array of content from other WarnerMedia properties and via third-party content providers; as such, HBO Now will be phased out, pending further distribution agreements with other digital platforms, to avoid redundancy. (en)
  • HBO Now is an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now has 5 million subscribers. On July 9, 2019, WarnerMedia announced plans to launch an expanded direct-to-consumer streaming service, HBO Max, to launch on May 27, 2020. On October 29, WarnerMedia confirmed that HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO will be able to access HBO Max for no extra cost. HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations will be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as the Apple App Store, Roku and Hulu). Support for HBO Now was deprecated on Apple and Android devices on May 27, 2020; the HBO Now apps were superseded by HBO Max on both platforms, with the HBO Now app being replaced by HBO Max via automatically update for existing users. HBO Now continues to be supported for personal computers (including Windows, macOS X and Chrome OS), Amazon Fire tablets, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung TV and Roku devices. All HBO content from HBO Now was carried over to HBO Max, which also incorporates a broad array of content from other WarnerMedia properties and via third-party content providers; as such, HBO Now will be phased out, pending further distribution agreements with other digital platforms, to avoid redundancy. (en)
  • HBO Now is an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now has 5 million subscribers. On July 9, 2019, WarnerMedia announced plans to launch an expanded direct-to-consumer streaming service, HBO Max, to launch on May 27, 2020. On October 29, WarnerMedia confirmed that HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO will be able to access HBO Max for no extra cost. HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations will be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as the Apple App Store, Roku and Hulu). Support for HBO Now was deprecated on Apple and Android devices on May 27, 2020; the HBO Now apps were superseded by HBO Max on both platforms, with the HBO Now app being replaced by HBO Max via automatic update for existing users. HBO Now continues to be supported for personal computers (including Windows, macOS X and Chrome OS), Amazon Fire tablets, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung TV and Roku devices. All HBO content from HBO Now was carried over to HBO Max, which also incorporates a broad array of content from other WarnerMedia properties and via third-party content providers; as such, HBO Now will be phased out, pending further distribution agreements with other digital platforms, to avoid redundancy. (en)
  • HBO Now is an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now has 5 million subscribers. On July 9, 2019, WarnerMedia announced plans to launch an expanded direct-to-consumer streaming service, HBO Max, to launch on May 27, 2020. On October 29, WarnerMedia confirmed that HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO will be able to access HBO Max for no extra cost. HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations will be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as the Apple App Store, Roku and Hulu). Support for HBO Now was deprecated on Apple and Android devices on May 27, 2020; the HBO Now apps were superseded by HBO Max on both platforms, with the HBO Now app being replaced by HBO Max via automatic update for existing users. HBO Now continues to be supported for personal computers (including Windows, Mac OS X and Chrome OS), Amazon Fire tablets, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung TV and Roku devices. All HBO content from HBO Now was carried over to HBO Max, which also incorporates a broad array of content from other WarnerMedia properties and via third-party content providers; as such, HBO Now will be phased out, pending further distribution agreements with other digital platforms, to avoid redundancy. (en)
  • HBO Now was an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now has 5 million subscribers. On July 9, 2019, WarnerMedia announced plans to launch an expanded direct-to-consumer streaming service, HBO Max, to launch on May 27, 2020. On October 29, WarnerMedia confirmed that HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO will be able to access HBO Max for no extra cost. HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations will be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as the Apple App Store, Roku and Hulu). Support for HBO Now was deprecated on Apple and Android devices on May 27, 2020; the HBO Now apps were superseded by HBO Max on both platforms, with the HBO Now app being replaced by HBO Max via automatic update for existing users. HBO Now continues to be supported for personal computers (including Windows, Mac OS X and Chrome OS systems), Amazon Fire tablets, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung TV and Roku devices. All HBO content from HBO Now was carried over to HBO Max, which also incorporates a broad array of content from other WarnerMedia properties and via third-party content providers; as such, HBO Now will be phased out, pending further distribution agreements with other digital platforms, to avoid redundancy. (en)
  • HBO Now is an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now has 5 million subscribers. On July 9, 2019, WarnerMedia announced plans to launch an expanded direct-to-consumer streaming service, HBO Max, to launch on May 27, 2020. On October 29, WarnerMedia confirmed that HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO will be able to access HBO Max for no extra cost. HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations will be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as the Apple App Store, Roku and Hulu). Support for HBO Now was deprecated on Apple and Android devices on May 27, 2020; the HBO Now apps were superseded by HBO Max on both platforms, with the HBO Now app being replaced by HBO Max via automatic update for existing users. HBO Now continues to be supported for personal computers (including Windows, Mac OS X and Chrome OS systems), Amazon Fire tablets, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung TV and Roku devices. All HBO content from HBO Now was carried over to HBO Max, which also incorporates a broad array of content from other WarnerMedia properties and via third-party content providers; as such, HBO Now will be phased out, pending further distribution agreements with other digital platforms, to avoid redundancy. (en)
  • HBO Now was an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now has 5 million subscribers. On July 9, 2019, WarnerMedia announced plans to launch an expanded direct-to-consumer streaming service, HBO Max, to launch on May 27, 2020. On October 29, WarnerMedia confirmed that HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO will be able to access HBO Max for no extra cost. HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations will be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as the Apple App Store, Roku and Hulu). Support for HBO Now was deprecated on Apple and Android devices on May 27, 2020; the HBO Now apps were superseded by HBO Max on both platforms, with the HBO Now app being replaced by HBO Max via automatic update for existing users. HBO Now continues to be supported for personal computers (including Windows, Mac OS X and Chrome OS systems), Amazon Fire tablets, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung TV and Roku devices. All HBO content from HBO Now was carried over to HBO Max, which also incorporates a broad array of content from other WarnerMedia properties and via third-party content providers; as such, HBO Now will be phased out, pending further distribution agreements with other digital platforms, to avoid redundancy. On June 12th, 2020, WarnerMedia announced that the app and service on the remaining platforms would be rebranded as just simply “HBO” on July 31st, 2020. (en)
  • HBO Now is a deprecated American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. On May 27, 2020, WarnerMedia launched HBO Max, a successor to HBO Now that additionally incorporates a broad array of content from other WarnerMedia properties and third-party content providers. HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO were migrated to HBO Max on-launch at no additional cost. HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations would be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as Apple, Roku and Hulu). On June 12, 2020, HBO announced that the HBO Now app on remaining platforms not yet supported by HBO Max (including Amazon Fire OS and Roku) would be rebranded as "HBO” on July 31. (en)
  • HBO Now (known as HBO since August 2020) is a deprecated American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. On May 27, 2020, WarnerMedia launched HBO Max, a successor to HBO Now that additionally incorporates a broad array of content from other WarnerMedia properties and third-party content providers. HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO were migrated to HBO Max on-launch at no additional cost. HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations would be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as Apple, Roku and Hulu). On June 12, 2020, HBO announced that the HBO Now app on remaining platforms not yet supported by HBO Max (including Amazon Fire OS and Roku) would be rebranded as "HBO” on July 31. (en)
  • HBO Now (known as HBO since August 2020) is a deprecated American subscription video on demand streaming service for American premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. On May 27, 2020, WarnerMedia launched HBO Max, a successor to HBO Now that additionally incorporates a broad array of content from other WarnerMedia properties and third-party content providers. HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO were migrated to HBO Max on-launch at no additional cost. HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations would be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as Apple, Roku and Hulu). On June 12, 2020, HBO announced that the HBO Now app on remaining platforms not yet supported by HBO Max (including Amazon Fire OS and Roku) would be rebranded as "HBO” on July 31. (en)
  • HBO Now (known as HBO since August 2020) is a deprecated American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. On May 27, 2020, WarnerMedia launched HBO Max, a successor to HBO Now that additionally incorporates a broad array of content from other WarnerMedia properties and third-party content providers. HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO were migrated to HBO Max on-launch at no additional cost. HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations would be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as Apple, Roku and Hulu). On June 12, 2020, HBO announced that the HBO Now app on remaining platforms not yet supported by HBO Max (including Amazon Fire OS and Roku) would be rebranded as "HBO” on July 31. (en)
  • HBO Now (known as HBO since August 2020) is a deprecated American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. On May 27, 2020, WarnerMedia launched HBO Max, a successor to HBO Now that additionally incorporates a broad array of content from other WarnerMedia properties and third-party content providers. HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO were migrated to HBO Max on-launch at no additional cost. HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations would be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as Apple, Roku and Hulu). On June 12, 2020, HBO announced that the HBO Now app on remaining platforms not yet supported by HBO Max (including Amazon Fire OS, Roku and select legacy TiVo devices) would be rebranded as "HBO” on August 1. (en)
  • HBO Now (known simply as HBO since August 2020) is a deprecated American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. On May 27, 2020, WarnerMedia launched HBO Max, a successor to HBO Now that additionally incorporates a broad array of content from other WarnerMedia properties and third-party content providers. HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO were migrated to HBO Max on-launch at no additional cost. HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations would be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as Apple, Roku and Hulu). On June 12, 2020, HBO announced that the HBO Now app on remaining platforms not yet supported by HBO Max (including Amazon Fire OS, Roku and select legacy TiVo devices) would be rebranded as "HBO” on August 1. (en)
  • HBO (formerly known as HBO Now until August 2020) is a deprecated American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. On May 27, 2020, WarnerMedia launched HBO Max, a successor to HBO Now that additionally incorporates a broad array of content from other WarnerMedia properties and third-party content providers. HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO were migrated to HBO Max on-launch at no additional cost. HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations would be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as Apple, Roku and Hulu). On June 12, 2020, HBO announced that the HBO Now app on remaining platforms not yet supported by HBO Max (including Amazon Fire OS, Roku and select legacy TiVo devices) would be rebranded as "HBO” on August 1. (en)
  • HBO Now is a deprecated American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. On May 27, 2020, WarnerMedia launched HBO Max, a successor to HBO Now that additionally incorporates a broad array of content from other WarnerMedia properties and third-party content providers. HBO Now subscribers that are billed directly by HBO were migrated to HBO Max on-launch at no additional cost. HBO Now will not be immediately discontinued, with WarnerMedia noting that some streaming devices may not be immediately supported on the revamped service, and renegotiations would be required with HBO Now's current third-party resellers (such as Apple, Roku and Hulu). On June 12, 2020, HBO announced that the HBO Now app on remaining platforms not yet supported by HBO Max (including Amazon Fire OS, Roku and select legacy TiVo devices) would be rebranded as "HBO” on August 1. (en)
  • HBO Now is a deprecated American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. The service was succeeded on May 27, 2020 by HBO Max, a superset of HBO Now with a broad array of content from Turner Broadcasting and Warner Bros. properties, and other third-party content. Most HBO and HBO Now subscribers were migrated to HBO Max at no additional cost, although some providers — such as Amazon and Roku — did not reach such agreements. The HBO Now service remains available for these users, but its apps have since been rebranded as "HBO". (en)
  • HBO Now is a deprecated American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. The service was succeeded on May 27, 2020 by HBO Max, a superset of HBO Now with a broad array of content from Turner Broadcasting and Warner Bros. properties, and other third-party content. Most HBO and HBO Now subscribers were migrated to HBO Max at no additional cost, although some providers did not immediately reach such agreements, with Amazon not reaching an agreement until November. The former HBO Now service remains available for Roku users, but its app has been rebranded as "HBO" and does not include HBO Max-exclusive content. (en)
  • HBO Now is a deprecated American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. The service was succeeded on May 27, 2020 by HBO Max, a superset of HBO Now with a broad array of content from Turner Broadcasting and Warner Bros. properties, and other third-party content. Most HBO and HBO Now subscribers were migrated to HBO Max at no additional cost, although some providers did not immediately reach such agreements, with Amazon not reaching an agreement until November. The former HBO Now service remains available for Roku and select TiVo users, but its app has been rebranded as "HBO" and does not include HBO Max-exclusive content. (en)
  • HBO Now is an American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. HBO Now would be succeeded on May 27, 2020 by HBO Max and became deprecated soon after the latter's launch. Subscribers of the lineal HBO network and HBO Now were able to migrate to HBO Max at no additional cost, although some providers did not immediately reach such agreements (Amazon not reaching an agreement until November). The "HBO Now" branding has since been dropped, while the service and app remains available for Roku and select TiVo users. (en)
  • HBO Now is an American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demandd access to HBO's libratry of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. HBO Now would be succeeded on May 27, 2020 by HBO Max and became deprecated soon after the latter's launch. Subscribers of the lineal HBO network and HBO Now were able to migrate to HBO Max at no additional cost, although some providers did not immediately reach such agreements (Amazon not reaching an agreement until November). The "HBO Now" branding has since been dropped, while the service and app remains available for Roku and select TiVo users. (en)
  • HBO Now (formally named HBO since July 2020) is an American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. HBO Now would be succeeded on May 27, 2020 by HBO Max and became deprecated soon after the latter's launch. Subscribers of the lineal HBO network and HBO Now were able to migrate to HBO Max at no additional cost, although some providers did not immediately reach such agreements (Amazon not reaching an agreement until November). The "HBO Now" branding has since been dropped, while the service and app remains available for Roku and select TiVo users. (en)
  • HBO Now (formally named HBO since July 2020) was an American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. HBO Now was succeeded on May 27, 2020 by HBO Max and became deprecated soon after the latter's launch. Subscribers of the lineal HBO network and HBO Now were able to migrate to HBO Max at no additional cost, although some providers did not immediately reach such agreements (Amazon not reaching an agreement until November). The "HBO Now" branding has since been dropped, while the service and app remains available for Roku and select TiVo users. (en)
  • HBO Now (formally named HBO since July 2020) was an American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. HBO Now was succeeded on May 27, 2020 by HBO Max and became deprecated soon after the latter's launch. Subscribers of the linear HBO television service and HBO Now were able to migrate to HBO Max at no additional cost, although some providers did not immediately reach such agreements (Amazon did not reach an agreement until mid-November, while Roku would not reach a deal until mid-December 2020). The "HBO Now" branding was dropped at the end of the following month, while the service and app remained available for Roku and select TiVo users; support will formally sunset on December 17, 2020, when Roku is scheduled to replace it with the HBO Max app. (en)
  • HBO Now (formally named HBO since July 2020) was an American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. HBO Now was succeeded on May 27, 2020 by HBO Max and became deprecated soon after the latter's launch. Subscribers of the linear HBO television service and HBO Now were able to migrate to HBO Max at no additional cost, although some providers did not immediately reach such agreements (Amazon did not reach an agreement until mid-November, while Roku would not reach a deal until mid-December 2020). The "HBO Now" branding was dropped at the end of July, while the service and app remained available for Roku and select TiVo users; support will formally sunset on December 17, 2020, when Roku is scheduled to replace it with the HBO Max app. (en)
  • HBO Now (formally named HBO since July 2020) was an American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. HBO Now was succeeded on May 27, 2020 by HBO Max and became deprecated soon after the latter's launch. Subscribers of the linear HBO television service and HBO Now were able to migrate to HBO Max at no additional cost, although some providers did not immediately reach such agreements (Amazon did not reach an agreement until mid-November, while Roku would not reach a deal until mid-December 2020). The "HBO Now" branding was dropped at the end of July, while the service and app remained available for Roku and select TiVo users; support for the HBO streaming app was formally sunset on December 17, 2020, when Roku replaced it with HBO Max. (en)
  • HBO Now (formally named HBO since July 2020) was an American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now was available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. HBO Now was succeeded on May 27, 2020 by HBO Max and became deprecated soon after the latter's launch. Subscribers of the linear HBO television service and HBO Now were able to migrate to HBO Max at no additional cost, although some providers did not immediately reach such agreements (Amazon did not reach an agreement until mid-November, while Roku would not reach a deal until mid-December 2020). The "HBO Now" branding was dropped at the end of July, while the service and app remained available for Roku and select TiVo users; support for the HBO streaming app was formally sunset on December 17, 2020, when Roku replaced it with HBO Max. (en)
  • HBO Now (formally named HBO since July 2020) was an American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now was available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. HBO Now was succeeded on May 27, 2020 by HBO Max and became deprecated soon after the latter's launch. Subscribers of the linear HBO television service and HBO Now were able to migrate to HBO Max at no additional cost, although some providers did not immediately reach such agreements (Amazon did not reach an agreement until mid-November, while Roku would not reach a deal until mid-December 2020). The "HBO Now" branding was dropped at the end of July, while the service and app remained available for Roku and select TiVo users; support for the HBO streaming app was formally sunset on December 17, 2020, when Roku replaced it with HBO Max. (en)
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  • HBO Now is an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. (en)
  • HBO Now was an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. (en)
  • HBO Now was an American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allowed subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. (en)
  • HBO Now is a deprecated American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. (en)
  • HBO Now (known as HBO since August 2020) is a deprecated American subscription video on demand service operated by American premium television network HBO. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. (en)
  • HBO Now (known as HBO since August 2020) is a deprecated American subscription video on demand streaming service for American premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million s (en)
  • HBO Now (known as HBO since August 2020) is a deprecated American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscriber (en)
  • HBO Now (known simply as HBO since August 2020) is a deprecated American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million sub (en)
  • HBO (formerly known as HBO Now until August 2020) is a deprecated American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million s (en)
  • HBO Now is a deprecated American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. (en)
  • HBO Now is an American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. (en)
  • HBO Now is an American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demandd access to HBO's libratry of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. (en)
  • HBO Now (formally named HBO since July 2020) is an American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. (en)
  • HBO Now (formally named HBO since July 2020) was an American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now is available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. (en)
  • HBO Now (formally named HBO since July 2020) was an American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO that is owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now was available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. (en)
  • HBO Now (formally named HBO since July 2020) was an American subscription video on demand streaming service for premium television network HBO owned by WarnerMedia subsidiary Home Box Office, Inc. Officially unveiled on March 9 and launched on April 7, 2015 the service allows subscribers on-demand access to HBO's library of original programs, films and other content on personal computers, smartphones, tablet devices and digital media players. Unlike HBO Go, HBO's online video on demand service for existing subscribers of the linear television channel, HBO Now was available as a standalone service and does not require a television subscription to use, targeting cord cutters who use competing services such as Netflix and Hulu. As of February 2018, HBO Now had 5 million subscribers. (en)
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