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Amazon Prime customers can watch HBO content without an HBO subscription

on May 26, 2014 9:00 am

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HBO and Amazon have signed a multi-year agreement that will allow Amazon Prime members unlimited streaming access to a variety of HBO programming.  Amazon will have exclusive access to this programming over the life of the deal.  At no extra cost, Prime members will be able to watch all seasons of series like The Sopranos, Deadwood, Flight of the Conchords, and others, plus select series of other current series; miniseries like Angels in America, Band of Brothers;  and original movies, documentaries, and comedy specials.  Of course, if you have a Fire TV, you’ll be able to easily watch this streaming content from Amazon on your HDTV.  HBOGo will be added to the Fire TV’s programming later this year, further expanding your access to HBO programming.

The HBO content is available to Amazon Prime customers now.  Read more about the programming in the complete press release.

Comments

  1. 1

    I wish Game of Thrones was included in the list of shows…

  2. 2

    I guess The Game of Thrones makes too much money for HBO for them to make them available for free anywhere.

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    gretchen says:

    I would consider amazon prime, if I could have access to Game of Thrones.

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