HBO just got a little easier to watch: a new partnership with Hulu allows Hulu subscribers to watch HBO through the streaming site via a premium add-on and stream all of HBO’s content both live and on-demand. The add-on costs as much as the pay-cable network’s current rate of $14.99 a month, which will also give subscribers access to HBO Now. A Cinemax subscription is also available for $9.99 for anyone who wants to pay $10 a month for Outcast.
Amazon also released an HBO and Cinemax package for Amazon Prime members under a year ago with the same pay-rate. So while there is no cost-cutting cheat here, TV junkies can possibly streamline their subscription services a bit more.
This means Hulu subscribers have roughly six days to catch up on Game of Thrones before the season seven premiere, become acquainted with Isa Rae’s acclaimed Insecure before its season two premiere or binge past programming, including The Leftovers and Big Little Lies.