HBO Max Officially Launches: Full List of Movies and TV Shows, How to Sign Up, and Everything Else to Know

Offering 10,000 hours of content pulling from HBO, Warner Bros., Adult Swim, Studio Ghibli, and more

HBO Max, photo via WarnerMedia

    Who’s ready to sign up for another streaming service? Today brings the launch of HBO Max, WarnerMedia’s new premium streaming service. With a $14.99/month price point, HBO Max offers 10,000 hours of premium content, including the entire HBO catalog, as well as new HBO Max Originals; hundreds of motion picture and TV series from Warner Bros.’s catalog; titles from New Line, DC, CNN, TNT, TBS, truTV, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, Crunchyroll, Rooster Teeth, and Looney Tunes Cartoons; and a selection of classic films from TCM.

    Among the notable TV series currently available to stream: all 10 seasons of Friends; Rick and Morty; The Bachelor; Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown; and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air; plus existing HBO favorites like Curb Your Enthusiasm, Game of Thrones, Succession, Veep, and The Sopranos.

    In the months ahead, subscribers can also look forward to HBO’s Perry Mason reboot starring Matthew Rhys; a new season of the Duplass brothers’ Room 104; Jordan Peele’s adaptation of Lovecraft Countrya spin-off series based on Stephen King’s The Shining; J.J. Abrams’ Justice League Dark, and the additions of the South ParkGossip GirlThe West Wing catalogs.


    On the film front, subscribers can currently stream all eight Harry Potter films; Joker;  the Alien franchise; A Star is Born; Crazy Rich Asians; and Studio Ghibli’s full anime catalog, which is available in the US for the first time. Also available are classic films like Casablanca, The Wizard of Oz, Citizen Kane,  2001: A Space Odyssey, Rebel Without a Cause, Singin’ in the Rain, and The Beatles’ A Hard Day’s Night.

    You can sign up for HBO Max through its website, or through Apple, Google Play, Chromecast, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Hulu, DirecTV, YouTube TV, and select cable providers. HBO Max comes with a seven-day free trial, after which you’ll be charged $14.99 per month.

    Below, you can find the full list of programming available at launch, as well as details on other titles set to be rolled out in the coming weeks. Additionally, you can find specific information on the differences between HBO Max, HBO Go, and HBO Now, as well details on to sign up if you already are a subscriber to one of these existing platforms.


    HBO Max

    Programming: What’s on HBO Max

    Legacy TV Series Available at Launch

    The Big Bang Theory
    Doctor Who (modern series)
    Rick and Morty
    The Boondocks
    The Bachelor
    Sesame Street
    The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
    Nancy Drew
    Katy Keene
    DC’s Doom Patrol (Season 1)
    The O.C.
    Pretty Little Liars
    Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown
    Big Little Lies
    Game of Thrones
    Sex and the City
    The Wire
    Curb Your Enthusiasm
    The Jinx
    The Sopranos
    The Alienist
    Impractical Jokers (Seasons 1-4)
    Robot Chicken
    Stath Lets Flats
    The Honorable Woman
    The Office (U.K. version)
    Top Gear (Seasons 17-25)
    Lipstick Empire
    Happily Ever Avatar

    HBO Max Originals Available at Launch


    Craftopia is an epic kids crafting competition show hosted and executive produced by YouTube influencer Lauren Riihimaki aka (“LaurDIY”). Creating and demonstrating crafts to over 8.9 million subscribers on her YouTube channel, LaurDIY has been deemed the “millennial Martha Stewart” by Forbes. On “Craftopia,” 9 to 15-year old contestants put their imaginations to the test and make their crafting dreams come true in a magical studio. After racing to fill up their carts with inspiring materials from the studio “store,” crafters meet larger-than-life challenges, making truly inventive and amazing creations in order to take home the ‘Craftrophia.’


    Pulling directly from the underground ballroom community, voguing teams (aka “houses”) must compete in unbelievable balls and showcase sickening fashion in order to achieve “legendary” status. The cast includes MC Dashaun Wesley and DJ MikeQ as well as celebrity judges Law Roach, Jameela Jamil, Leiomy Maldonado, and Megan Thee Stallion.


    Love Life

    Love Life, the first full-length scripted series to star Oscar nominee Anna Kendrick, is about the journey from first love to last love, and how the people we’re with along the way make us into who we are when we finally end up with someone forever. This fresh take on a romantic comedy anthology series is from creator and co-showrunner Sam Boyd (In a Relationship) and is produced by Lionsgate Television and Feigco Entertainment. The series will follow a different protagonist’s quest for love each season, with each half-hour episode telling the story of one of their relationships.

    Looney Tunes Cartoons

    Looney Tunes Cartoons, an all-new series from Warner Bros. Animation starring the cherished Looney Tunes characters. Looney Tunes Cartoons echoes the high production value and process of the original “Looney Tunes” theatrical shorts with a cartoonist-driven approach to storytelling. Marquee “Looney Tunes” characters will be featured in their classic pairings in simple, gag-driven and visually vibrant stories. The new series will include 80 eleven-minute episodes, each comprised of animated shorts that vary in length and include adapted storylines for today’s audience. Fans can also look forward to holiday-themed specials.

    The Not Too Late Show with Elmo

    Elmo is the host of his very own talk show and he’s going to bring you some (not-too-late) fun with an all-new, celeb-studded talk show series. This brand-new “primetime” series brings familiar Sesame Street friends like Elmo, Cookie Monster, celebrity guests, and laughs the whole family can enjoy! Elmo will interview guests such as fellow late-night hosts Jimmy Fallon and John Oliver, comedian John Mullaney, New York Times best-selling author Kwame Alexander, actress Blake Lively, and award-winning musical acts Lil Nas X and The Jonas Brothers.


    On the Record

    Directed and produced by Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering (The Hunting Ground, The Invisible War), and first reported by the New York Times, On The Record presents the powerful haunting story of music executive Drew Dixon (collaborator on hit records by Method Man and Mary J. Blige, Estelle and Kanye West, and Whitney Houston) as she grapples with her decision to become one of the first women of color, in the wake of #MeToo, to come forward and publicly accuse hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons of sexual assault.

    Movies Available at Launch

    A Nightmare on Elm Street films
    A Star is Born (2018)
    A Walk to Remember
    Alien (Director’s Cut)
    Alien 3
    Alien Resurrection
    American Pie
    Analyze This
    Annie Hall
    Apocalypse Now
    Art of Racing in the Rain
    Batman & Robin
    Batman Beyond: The Return of the Joker
    Batman Forever
    Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
    Batman vs. Robin
    Batman: Gotham Knight
    Batman: Mask of the Phantasm
    Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Part 1
    Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Part 2
    Big Top Pee Wee
    Boys Don’t Cry
    Broken Arrow
    Casino Royale
    Cast Away
    Cold Mountain
    Crazy Rich Asians
    Crazy, Stupid, Love
    D2: The Mighty Ducks
    D3: The Mighty Ducks
    Darjeeling Limited
    Deep Blue Sea
    Dick Tracy
    Die Hard films
    Downtown Abbey
    Dr. Strangelove
    Drop Dead Fred
    Empire of the Sun
    Fast Five
    Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
    Fight Club
    Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare
    Friday the 13th
    Gangs of New York
    Glengarry Glen Ross
    Good Will Hunting
    Great Expectations
    Green Lantern
    Gremlins 2
    Grosse Pointe Blank
    Hairspray (musical remake)
    Half Nelson
    Happy Death Day
    Harold & Kumar go to White Castle
    Harry Potter and the Sorceror’s Stone
    Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
    Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
    Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
    Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
    Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part I
    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part II
    Hedwig and the Angry Inch
    Her Smell
    Hobbs & Shaw
    Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
    Hope Floats
    How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days
    Isn’t it Romantic
    Jaws films
    John Tucker Must Die
    John Wick 3
    Josie and the Pussycats
    Justice League
    La La Land
    Little Shop of Horrors
    Lord of the Rings films
    Love Actually
    Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again
    Moulin Rouge!
    Mr & Mrs Smith
    Mrs. Doubtfire
    Muriel’s Wedding
    My Big Fat Greek Wedding
    Nocturnal Animals
    Notting Hill
    One Fine Day
    Out of Africa
    Pearl Harbor
    Pet Sematary (1989)
    Policy Academy films
    Practical Magic
    Pretty in Pink
    Punch-Drunk Love
    Quantam of Solace
    Raising Arizona
    Ready or Not
    Requiem for a Dream
    Save the Last Dance
    Scary Movie 3
    Set it Off
    Shutter Island
    Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (1 & 2)
    Slumdog Millionaire
    Snakes on a Plane
    Sucker Punch
    Suicide Squad
    Teen Witch
    That Thing You Do!
    The Devil’s Advocate
    The Family Stone
    The Hobbit
    The Hot Chick
    The Kids Are All Right
    The Land Before Time
    The Lego Batman Movie
    The Lego Movie
    The Meg
    The Mighty Ducks
    The Others
    The Outsiders
    The Shining
    The Skulls
    The Thomas Crown Affair
    The Witches of Eastwick
    Three Kings
    Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
    Tropic Thunder
    Two Weeks Notice
    Wes Craven’s New Nightmare
    What About Bob?
    What Women Want
    Wonder Woman (2017)
    XMen: Dark Phoenix
    2001: A Spacey Odyssey
    42nd Street
    A Hard Day’s Night
    A Star is Born (1954, 1976)
    A Streetcar Named Desire
    An American in Paris
    Annie Hall
    Babette’s Feast
    Belle De Jour
    Bonnie and Clyde
    Citizen Kane
    Cool Hand Luke
    East of Eden
    Gone with the Wind
    How the West Was Won
    King Kong
    North by Northwest
    Point Blank
    Pride and Prejudice
    Rebel Without a Cause
    Singin in the Rain
    The Maltese Falcon
    The Philadelphia Story
    The Postman Always Rings Twice
    The Searchers
    The Singing Nun
    The Wild Bunch
    The Wizard of Oz

    Available Beginning June 1:

    4th & Forever: Muck City, Season One
    Adventures In Babysitting, 1987 (HBO)
    Amelie, 2001 (HBO)
    An American Werewolf in London, 1981 (HBO)
    The American, 2010 (HBO)
    Another Cinderella Story, 2008
    Beautiful Girls, 1996 (HBO)
    Black Beauty, 1994
    Bridget Jones’s Baby, 2016
    The Bucket List, 2007
    Cabaret, 1972
    The Champ, 1979
    Chicago, 2002
    A Cinderella Story, 2004
    A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song, 2011
    Clash Of The Titans, 2010
    Cradle 2 the Grave, 2003
    Crash, 2005 (Director’s Cut) (HBO)
    Doubt, 2008 (HBO)
    Dreaming Of Joseph Lees, 1999 (HBO)
    Drop Dead Gorgeous, 1999
    Dune, 1984 (HBO)
    Elf, 2003
    Enter The Dragon, 1973
    Far and Away, 1992 (HBO)
    Final Destination, 2000
    Final Destination 2, 2003
    Final Destination 3, 2006
    The Final Destination, 2009
    Firewall, 2006
    Flipped, 2010
    Forces of Nature, 1999 (HBO)
    The Fountain, 2006 (HBO)
    Frantic, 1988
    From Dusk Til Dawn, 1996
    Full Metal Jacket, 1987
    Gente De Zona: En Letra De Otro, 2018 (HBO)
    The Good Son, 1993 (HBO)
    The Goonies, 1985
    Hanna, 2011 (HBO)
    Havana, 1990 (HBO)
    He Got Game, 1998 (HBO)
    Heaven Can Wait, 1978
    Heidi, 2006
    Hello Again, 1987 (HBO)
    The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, 2012
    The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, 2013
    The Hunger, 1983
    In Her Shoes, 2005 (HBO)
    In Like Flint, 1967 (HBO)
    The Iron Giant, 1999
    It Takes Two, 1995
    Juice, 1992
    The Last Mimzy, 2007
    License To Wed, 2007
    Life, 1999 (HBO)
    Lifeforce, 1985 (HBO)
    Lights Out, 2016 (HBO)
    Like Water For Chocolate, 1993 (HBO)
    Looney Tunes: Back in Action, 2003
    The Losers, 2010
    Love Jones, 1997
    Lucy, 2020 (HBO)
    Magic Mike, 2012
    McCabe and Mrs. Miller, 1971
    Misery, 1990
    Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day, 2008 (HBO)
    A Monster Calls, 2016 (HBO)
    Mr. Wonderful, 1993 (HBO)
    Must Love Dogs, 2005
    My Dog Skip, 2000
    Mystic River, 2003
    The Neverending Story II: The Next Chapter, 1991
    The Neverending Story, 1984
    New York Minute, 2004
    Nights In Rodanthe, 2008
    No Reservations, 2007
    Ordinary People, 1980
    Our Man Flint, 1966 (HBO)
    The Parallax View, 1974
    Patch Adams, 1998 (HBO)
    A Perfect World, 1993
    Pedro Capo: En Letra Otro, 2017 (HBO)
    Personal Best, 1982
    Presumed Innocent, 1990
    Ray, 2004 (HBO)
    Richie Rich (Movie), 1994
    Rosewood, 1997
    Rugrats Go Wild, 2003
    Running on Empty, 1988
    Secondhand Lions, 2003
    She’s The Man, 2006 (HBO)
    Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, 2011 (HBO)
    Space Cowboys, 2000
    Speed Racer, 2008
    Splendor in the Grass, 1961
    The Stepfather, 1987 (HBO)
    Summer Catch, 2001
    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, 1990
    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2, 1991
    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3, 1993
    Tess, 1980 (HBO)
    Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride, 2005
    The Time Traveler’s Wife, 2009
    Titanic, 1997
    TMNT, 2007
    Torch Song Trilogy, 1988
    Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie, 1997 (HBO)
    Tweety’s High-Flying Adventures, 2000
    U-571, 2000 (HBO)
    U.S. Marshals, 1998
    Unaccompanied Minors, 2006
    Uncle Buck, 1989 (HBO)
    Veronica Mars, 2014
    Walking and Talking, 1996 (HBO)
    We Are Marshall, 2006
    Weird Science, 1985 (HBO)
    When Harry Met Sally, 1989
    Wild Wild West, 1999
    Wonder, 2019 (HBO)
    X-Men: First Class, 2011 (HBO)
    You’ve Got Mail, 1998


    June 2:

    Inside Carbonaro, Season One (TruTV)

    June 4:

    HBO First Look: The King of Staten Island (HBO)
    We’re Here, Season Finale (HBO)

    June 5:

    Betty, Season Finale (HBO)

    June 6:

    Ad Astra, 2019 (HBO)
    Yvonne Orji: Momma, I Made It! (HBO)

    June 7:

    I May Destroy You, Series Premiere (HBO)

    June 10:

    Infinity Train, Season 2 Premiere

    June 12:

    El asesino de los caprichos (AKA The Goya Murders), 2020 (HBO)

    June 13:

    The Good Liar, 2019 (HBO)

    June 14:

    I Know This Much Is True, Limited Series Finale (HBO)
    Insecure, Season 4 Finale (HBO)

    June 16:

    #GeorgeWashington, 2017
    Age of Big Cats, Season One
    Ancient Earth, Season One
    Apocalypse: WWI, Season One
    Big World in A Small Garden, 2016
    The Celts: Blood, Iron & Sacrifice, Season One
    Cornfield Shipwreck, 2019
    The Daunting Fortress of Richard the Lionheart, 2019
    David Attenborough’s Ant Mountain, 2016
    David Attenbourough’s Light on Earth, 2016
    DeBugged, 2018
    Digits, Season One
    Dragons & Damsels, 2019
    Ebony: The Last Years of The Atlantic Slave Trade, 2016
    Expedition: Black Sea Wrecks, Season One
    First Man, 2017
    Going Nuts: Tales from Squirrel World, 2019
    Hack the Moon: Unsung Heroes of Apollo, 2019
    The History of Food, Season One
    Hurricane the Anatomy, Season One, 2018
    Into the Lost Crystal Caves, 2016
    Jason Silva: Transhumanism, 2016
    King: A Filmed Record… Montgomery to Memphis (Part 1 & Part 2), Season One
    Knuckleball!, 2019
    Leonardo: The Mystery of The Lost Portrait, 2018
    Looney Tunes (Batch 2) (6/22), Season One
    Man’s First Friend, 2018
    Penguin Central, 2019
    Pompeii: Disaster Street, 2020
    Popeye (Batch 2) (6/22), Season One
    Pyramids Builders: New Clues, 2019
    Realm of the Volga, Season One
    Sacred Spaces, Season One
    Scandalous: The Untold Story of the National Enquirer, Documentary Premiere (CNN)
    Scandalous: The Untold Story of the National Enquirer is the sensational true story of the most infamous tabloid in US history, a wild, probing look at how one newspaper’s prescient grasp of its readers’ darkest curiosities led it to massive profits and influence
    Scanning the Pyramids, 2018
    Science vs. Terrorism, Season One
    The Secret Lives of Big Cats, Season One
    Secret Life of Lakes, Season One
    Secret Life Underground, Season One
    Secrets of the Solar System, Season One
    Space Probes!, Season One
    Speed, Season One
    Spies of War , Season One
    Tales of Nature, Season One
    Tsunamis: Facing a Global Threat, 2020
    Versailles Rediscovered: The Sun King’s Vanished Palace, 2019
    Viking Women, Season One
    Vitamania, 2018
    Whale Wisdom, 2019
    The Woodstock Bus, 2019

    June 18:

    Summer Camp Island, Season 2 Premiere

    Karma, Series Premiere

    Karma takes sixteen contestants, ranging in age from 12 to 15, completely off the grid, away from parents and the normal comforts of home, to solve puzzles and overcome physical challenges, with the laws of karma setting the rules. This adventure competition series, led by YouTube host Michelle Khare, will test the mental and physical stamina of its young contestants as they unravel how their social actions impact their success in the game.

    June 19:

    Bully. Coward. Victim. The Story of Roy Cohn, Documentary Premiere (HBO)
    Entre Nos: The Winners (HBO)
    Bajo el mismo techo (AKA Under the Same Roof), 2020 (HBO)

    June 20:

    Ford V. Ferrari, 2020 (HBO)

    June 21:

    Perry Mason, Limited Series Premiere (HBO)

    This drama series follows the origins of American fiction’s most legendary criminal defense lawyer, Perry Mason. When the case of the decade breaks down his door, Mason’s relentless pursuit of the truth reveals a fractured city and just maybe, a pathway to redemption for himself.


    June 22:

    Hard, Series Finale (HBO)

    June 24:

    South Park, Seasons 1-23
    Transhood, Documentary Premiere (HBO)

    June 25:

    Adventure Time Distant Lands: BMO, Special Premiere

    Based on the animated series Adventure Time created by Pendleton Ward and executive produced by Adam Muto, these four breakout specials explore the unseen corners of the world with characters both familiar and brand new. The first of these specials is BMO, which follows the lovable little robot on a new adventure. When there’s a deadly space emergency in the farthest reaches of the galaxy, there’s only one hero to call, and it’s probably not BMO. Except that this time it is!

    Doom Patrol, Season 2 Premiere
    Esme & Roy, Season 2A Premiere
    Search Party, Season 3 Premiere

    June 26:

    Hormigas (AKA The Awakening of the Ants), 2020

    June 27:

    Doctor Sleep (Director’s Cut), 2020 (HBO)

    June 28:

    I’ll Be Gone in the Dark, Docuseries Premiere (HBO)

    A six-part documentary series based on the book of the same name and explores writer Michelle McNamara’s investigation into the dark world of a violent predator she dubbed the Golden State Killer.

    June 30:

    Welcome to Chechnya, Documentary Premiere (HBO)

    This searing documentary shadows a group of brave activists risking their lives to confront the ongoing anti-LGBTQ persecution in the repressive and closed Russian republic of Chechnya.

    How to Get HBO Max

    Well, First It’s Important to know the Difference Between HBO Max, HBO Go, and HBO Now

    HBO Max is a new umbrella service that collects programming from HBO, Warner Bros., New Line, DC Entertainment, CNN, TNT, TBS, truTV, The CW, Turner Classic Movies, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, Crunchyroll, and more. It costs $15 per month.

    HBO Go is a service available for subscribers who still have a cable TV subscription of HBO. This includes all of HBO’s content and programming and subscribers connect using their TV login details. It costs them nothing extra. It’s essentially their OnDemand.


    HBO Now is the same thing as HBO Go, containing all of the same original and syndicated content within, but it’s for those without a cable TV subscription of HBO. In other words, it’s the standalone HBO experience that costs $15 dollars a month.

    So You’re Probably Wondering Why HBO Max and HBO Go Cost the Same Thing?

    Good question and one that makes zero logical sense, right? After all, HBO Max has thousands upon thousands of hours of content, features countless additional programming, and even has a newer, more robust interface. Why not just dissolve HBO Now?

    Well, as Variety pointed out not too long ago, HBO Now boasts over 8 million subscribers, and forcing them to transfer to a new service could be “disruptive.” What’s more, HBO has several distribution deals in place with Apple, Google and Roku, all of which can lead to major legal mumbo jumbo. So, this is why we have three mildly confusing options.


    So, Which Service Is Worth Subscribing To?

    Really? It’s HBO Max. C’mon! Again, why spend $15 dollars for less content by sticking with HBO Now? It makes no sense. And if you’re still coasting by with HBO Go, do yourself a favor and cancel that cable television subscription and start living the streaming life.

    Because even after paying for all of the streaming services, be it Netflix, Hulu, Disney Plus, Peacock, etc, you’ll still save money in the long run. What’s more, you’ll have complete control over what you want to watch … and when you want to watch it.

    More importantly, you’ll also have access to programming specific to HBO Max. This includes everything from a Friends reunion to new Looney Tunes cartoons to countless series in development, be it a spinoff to The Shining or even a Gremlins cartoon.


    What If I’m Already Subscribed to HBO/HBO Go or HBO Now?

    It depends. HBO Now subscribers billed directly through HBO will receive HBO Max upon launch at no extra cost. Meanwhile, HBO/HBO Go subscribers through one of AT&T’s TV services or Charter Communications will be automatically be upgraded to HBO Max. Yeah, it’s as confusing as it reads, which is why we’ve listed out AT&T’s many cable TV packages below…

    Here are the following AT&T TV plans that get HBO Max at no additional charge:

    — DirecTV Premier
    — DirecTV Lo Maximo
    — U-Verse U400
    — U-Verse U450
    — U-Verse U450 Latino
    — AT&T TV Now Max
    — AT&T TV Premiere

    Here are the following AT&T TV packages that offer one free year of HBO Max:

    — AT&T TV Choice
    — AT&T TV Xtra
    — AT&T TV Ultimate
    — AT&T TV Optimo Mas

    And because it wasn’t confusing enough: Here are the packages that aren’t eligible for any free trials, despite most of the packages from AT&T and DirecTV offering three months for free…

    U-Verse U-Family
    U-Verse U-Basic
    AT&T TV Now Plus
    DirecTV Family

    Okay, What If I’m Subscribed Through Comcast?

    Comcast’s existing HBO subscribers with Xfinity X1 and Xfinity Flex will be able to log in to HBO Max on supported devices — for no additional charge — and new customers will be able to sign up for HBO Max at $14.99 monthly directly from Comcast (via Variety).


    What About If I Have an Amazon Fire Stick or Roku?

    Bad news. WarnerMedia doesn’t have agreements with either Amazon or Roku, which means you won’t be able to find the HBO Max app in either of their app stores.

    So, What Devices and Services Do Work?

    Plenty! You can get HBO Max through PS4 and Xbox One consoles, Samsung Smart TVs, Apple devices (iPhone, iPad, Apple TV),  Google devices (Android phones, tablets, and TVs), but also through Hulu, Optimum, Samsung, Verizon Fios internet, and YouTube TV. Subscribers of HBO through any of these mediums should automatically upgrade to HBO Max.

    Actually, How Do I Cancel My Subscription to HBO Now?

    Oof. Okay, well, know that your subscription to HBO Now automatically renews each month until you cancel. So, to avoid being charged for the next month, cancel your subscription at least 24 hours before your subscription renews. You can do that by accessing your personal profile on either your phone, computer, or tablet, clicking on Billing Information, and checking off Auto-Renew.


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