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 agreement essentially expands upon a previous deal between the companies, which made WarnerMedia networks TBS, TNT, truTV, CNN, HLN, Turner
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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