Hulu announced today that it has added HBO and Cinemax to its streaming lineup, just in time for HBO’s debut of season seven of Game of Thrones on July 17.
The streamer will sell HBO for $14.99 a month, and Cinemax for $9.99 a month, which are comparable to what the premium channels normally cost. (However, live streaming rival DIRECTV Now is now selling HBO for $5 a month.)
Hulu, which has sold Showtime for $9 a month since last year, says it’s offering HBO for free for the first month.
To watch HBO or Cinemax on Hulu, you will need a Hulu subscription which starts at $7.99 a month for its Video on Demand plan. The company’s live streaming service, which includes roughly 40 cable channels, costs $39.99.
You can stream HBO or Cinemax on Hulu on the following devices:
Apple iPhone and iPad (running iOS 10 or newer)
– Android phones and tablets (running 5.0 or newer)
– Apple TV (4th generation)
– Xbox One
— Phillip Swann