HBO opened over 500 hours of premium content on Friday, April 3, including every episode of the popular TV series “The Sopranos”, “Veep”, “Succession”, “Six Feet Under”, “The Wire” and “Ballers” “Barry”, “Silicon Valley”, “True Blood” and a small selection of films and documentaries. To get your movies, get the HBO Now (HBO Independent Broadcasting Service) or HBO Go (Pay TV Subscribers) app, and you’ll see “Free Broadcasting”: No subscription required
Free content will be available “for a limited time”, so watch “The Wire” quickly. (If you don’t end your bid, you will still be able via HBO Max, a new streaming service for $ 14.99, scheduled for launch in May.) Also, note that some HBO results like “Game of Thrones”, “Westworld” and “Euphoria” are not displayed Free for now.
CBS All-Access now offers a two-month free trial, so you can finally check out “Star Trek: Picard” and restart “The Twilight Zone” from Jordan Peele, “The Good Wife” and more – including some movies and CBS streaming shows . To get the free trial, go to cbs.com/all-access/, sign up for a CBS All-Access account, and enter the promo code GIFT for a 30-day free trial. After creating your account, go to https://www.cbs.com/all-access/account/, and under “Subscription and Billing” information, enter another coupon code, Enjoy, to get an additional 30 days for free. After the trial, fees start at $ 5.99 per month.
SXSW Film Festival Moves Online After Canceling South By Southwest Due to Corona Virus. Amazon Prime Video will feature films from the movie makers who have chosen to be available for free as part of the SXSW 2020 Film Festival Collection for 10 days. (The launch date has not been announced yet, but all you will need is an Amazon account.) Also, if you do not have an Amazon account, you can get a free 30-day trial at amazon.com/prime and hourly offers like “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, “Jack Ryan”, “The Boys”, “The Man in the High Castle”. After trial, Amazon Prime (which includes free shipping for most orders online) costs $ 8.99 per month or $ 119 per year.
Netflix (30-day free trial)
If you’ve never tried Netflix, you can get a free 30-day trial on netflix.com. The broadcast service offers thousands of movies and TV shows, including originals such as “Stranger Things”, “Fuller House”, “Tiger King”, “GLOW”, Bird Box, “You”, “Murder Mystery”, and “Black Mirror.” After trial, Netflix monthly fee starts from $ 8.99 / month.