When it comes to HBO, we’re all a little bit spoiled, and you can check out the streaming service on any computer or mobile device that has access to the internet.
But if you want to watch it on a TV without a satellite dish or cable subscription, there’s a way to do it without having to go through a cable provider.
The latest addition to HBO’s catalog of services, the company announced on Thursday, lets you watch the popular crime drama series on virtually any device, from the iPhone to the Roku Stick.
It’s an all-in-one solution that gives you access to HBO for free and without cable.
It even works with Google Chromecast.
HBO says it supports Android, iOS, and the web, so if you have an iPad or iPhone, you can also stream it from your desktop, Mac, or Android device to your TV.
In addition to that, the service includes HBO Go, HBO Now, and HBO On Demand.
If you have the Roku TV, you’re also getting access to all of the HBO’s apps and content, as well as premium content, including the first season of True Detective.
So it’s all in one.
HBO Now’s free to try out right now, but it will be coming to more devices and subscribers over the coming weeks.
HBO Go costs $8.99 per month and can be purchased at participating retailers and online.
To find out if HBO Go is right for you, check out our full review of the service.
You can find out more about the HBO service, including pricing and features, on its website.
HBO has partnered with Apple and Amazon to bring HBO Now to iOS devices, so you can watch your favorite shows on your favorite devices at no additional cost.
HBO’s free HBO app will also be coming soon to Android devices.
If your TV is streaming from an Apple TV, Google Chromecasts, Roku, Apple TVs, or Roku Stick, you should check out this article to learn how to stream your favorite HBO shows on that device.
For more, check our HBO app review for more information on all of its services.