Streaming enthusiasts just got a Westworld-sized reason to sign up for YouTube TV.
In a post on its official Twitter account, YouTube TV announced that HBO is headed to the streaming service in the spring. A press release confirmed that WarnerMedia, a division of AT&T Inc., and YouTube TV have reached an agreement to add access to both HBO and Cinemax services to
We're feeling pret-tay, pret-tay good about this news we have to share with you…@HBO is coming to
YouTube TVthis spring. Welcome to the family!
YouTube TV(@YouTubeTV) February 20, 2020
The press release also announced that HBO Max, the company’s upcoming reorganization of its
The agreement essentially expands upon a previous deal between the companies, which made WarnerMedia networks TBS, TNT, truTV, CNN, HLN, Turner Classic Movies, Adult Swim and Cartoon Network available on
As for HBO itself being packaged with
And, with season 3 of Westworld set to premiere Sunday, March 15, it seems like a pretty safe bet that HBO will integrate into the
One of the more intriguing aspects of
HBO, meanwhile, offers its own stand-alone streaming service, HBO Now, for $15 a month. It also has HBO Go (confusing, we know), an included service for those who already have HBO through a cable package, and it’s upcoming HBO Max streaming service, which is intended to fold everything into one service.
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