HBO Is Making The Sopranos, The Wire, Veep and More Free to Stream


HBO just decided what you’re watching for the rest of self-isolation.

The cable channel announced today that a a bunch of its buzziest TV shows, documentaries, and movies will be available to stream for free starting Friday, April 3 as a part of its #StayHomeBoxOffice campaign.

“My bosses want me to tell you these series will be available to stream on HBO NOW and HBO GO for free starting tomorrow,” the tweet began, listing off award-winning series including The Sopranos, Barry, and Veep. You can also inject some Roy family drama directly into your bloodstream via both seasons of Succession and indulge in Elizabeth Warren’s favorite TV show Ballers.

In follow-up tweets HBO confirmed that a number of its documentaries will be available for your viewing pleasure, from Elizabeth Holmes doc The Inventor to the new, stranger-than-fiction series McMillion$. As for feature films, the list features recent releases including The Lego Movie 2 and Rebel Wilson-starrer Isn’t It Romantic.

Below, a full list of titles HBO is making free beginning tomorrow.




  • Ballers
  • Barry
  • Silicon Valley
  • Six Feet Under
  • The Sopranos
  • Succession
  • True Blood
  • Veep
  • The Wire


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    • Arthur
    • Arthur 2: On the Rocks
    • Blinded By the Light
    • The Bridges of Madison County
    • Crazy, Stupid, Love
    • Empire of the Sun
    • Forget Paris
    • Happy Feet Two
    • Isn’t It Romantic?
    • The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part
    • Midnight Special
    • My Dog Skip
    • Nancy Drew And The Hidden Staircase
    • Pan
    • Pokémon Detective Pikachu
    • Red Riding Hood
    • Smallfoot
    • Storks
    • Sucker Punch
    • Unknown

      HBO Documentaries


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      • The Apollo
      • The Case Against Adnan Syed
      • Elvis Presley: The Searcher
      • The Inventor
      • Jane Fonda in Five Acts
      • I Love You, Now Die
      • McMillion$
      • True Justice
      • United Skates
      • We Are the Dream

        This news comes as several studios made their new releases available to stream early. HBO has not announced an end date for its free content.


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