Hulu today announced that subscribers will now be able to add HBO's programming into their Hulu subscription for $14.99 per month, as well as Cinemax for $9.99 per month (via TechCrunch). Hulu currently offers Showtime for $8.99 per month as an add-on package to the basic streaming service.

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HBO will be available as an add-on package for both Hulu's new live TV service (beginning at $39.99 per month) as well as its on-demand streaming tiers ($7.99 per month for limited commercials, $11.99 per month for no commercials). HBO's East Coast and West Coast live feeds will be available, as well as every show and movie in the network's back catalog.


Those interested will be able to access HBO on Hulu's new app for Apple TV, iOS, Xbox One, and Android. Coming soon, additional HBO and Cinemax channels will be added, like HBO 2, HBO Family, HBO Latino, HBO Comedy, HBO Signature HD, HBO Zone, MoreMAX HD, ActionMAX HD, ThrillerMAX HD, MovieMAX HD, 5StarMAX HD and OuterMAX HD.

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Top Rated Comments

parseckadet Avatar
87 months ago
Why would you do this when it costs the same to get HBO Now?
Score: 11 Votes (Like | Disagree)
TurboPGT! Avatar
87 months ago
Sigh. Wake me up in a few years when these services come down to earth. They are just all way too expensive.
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
MacFro_Bro Avatar
87 months ago
What baffles me is that TechCrunch and others are completely ignoring the UI debacle that has been going on with Hulu for over two months. The backlash from customers has been like nothing that Hulu has every seen or experienced.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
ck2875 Avatar
87 months ago

Hulu today announced that subscribers will now be able to add HBO's programming into their Hulu subscription for $14.99 per month

So uhhh.... why not just subscribe to "HBO Now" for $14.99/month? It let's you stream premieres live, etc without needing Hulu as the middleman.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
UL2RA Avatar
87 months ago
Why would you do this when it costs the same to get HBO Now?
You wouldn't ... cuz it would be dumb.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Juicy Box Avatar
87 months ago
What baffles me is that TechCrunch and others are completely ignoring the UI debacle that has been going on with Hulu for over two months. The backlash from customers has been like nothing that Hulu has every seen or experienced.
Yeah I hate their UI. But they are stuck with it. Not like Hulu will change it anytime soon.
The new UI on Hulu is horrible. Hulu's UI on the ATVs have never been great, but it looks like they have adopted Netflix's UI on the ATV4. Visually looking nice, but not very fun to navigate or use.

One thing that I like that Hulu recently added was profiles. Using them on the ATV3 is very easy and quick, which curiously, Profiles on the ATV3 was updated a few months before the ATV4 app. Profiles on the ATV4's version of Hulu takes many clicks and swipes to switch, and with the goofy swiping of the Siri remote design, it is easy to accidentally swipe into something that you did not intend to go into (this is not just Hulu though).

Anyways, I was interested in getting HBO for a few months while GoT is on, but I might stick with the HBONow app.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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