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HBO GO launched in the Philippines

Want to binge-watch all seasons of Game of Thrones this holiday season? Or watch the latest episodes of Watchmen the same time as the U.S.? Stream and download your favorite HBO Original series on your mobile phone and connected devices with the HBO GO app. No contract or TV subscription required.

HBO GO launched in the Philippines
Watch the debut episodes of highly-anticipated HBO Original series like 'His Dark Materials' on HBO GO.
Download the HBO GO app now at App Store or Play Store for only P149 a month with a seven-day free trial to start enjoying unlimited access to thousands of hours of non-stop and uncut entertainment or watch it on your computer by clicking on  https://www.hbogoasia.com/.

Stream the latest Hollywood blockbusters, exclusive original content from HBO, HBO Asia, and CINEMAX, Asian movies and series, and all-time favorite kids’ programs over multiple connected devices anytime, anywhere with WarnerMedia’s streaming service, HBO GO.    

Never read about another spoiler again as HBO Original programs premiere the same time as the U.S. on HBO GO. Watch the debut episodes of highly-anticipated HBO Original series like His Dark Materials and the latest and last season of Silicon Valley simultaneously as viewers in the U.S.    

No internet connection? No problem! Download your favorite movie or series and watch it when you are not connected to the internet. Choose from HBO’s complete library of unedited, original versions of HBO Original content (series, movies and documentaries) from the U.S. and Asia, as well as Cinemax Originals. Binge-watch complete seasons of award-winning and critically-acclaimed HBO Original series like  Chernobyl,  Big Little Lies, and Sex in the City in their original version and get access to exclusive series like  The Handmaid’s Tale and The Deuce which are only available on HBO GO.    

With the live TV function, stream all six of HBO Asia’s suite of TV channels – HBO, HBO Signature, HBO Hits, HBO Family, Cinemax and RED BY HBO, live via HBO GO simultaneously on your internet-connected devices.    

Missed  Erik Matti’s episode of the HBO Asia Original anthology series  Food Lore? Don’t fret. Catch up on it anytime, anywhere on HBO GO, along with all the other award-winning HBO Asia Original productions such as  Halfworlds,  The Teenage Psychic, and  The World Between Us.

With a vast library of Hollywood blockbuster hits such as  Fantastic Beast: The Crimes of Grindelwald,  A Star Is Born, and  Crazy Rich Asians, to Asian hit movies like  Extreme Job, Ramen The,  and  Europe Raiders 2, and popular and beloved family-friendly series including  We Bare Bears, The Powderpuff Girls,  and  Sesame Street, there is something for everyone on HBO GO.  

Potterheads can binge-watch all eight movies from the  Harry Potter franchise while Tolkien fans can look forward to the Lord of the Rings trilogy on HBO GO. Subscribers can also look forward to Aquaman and The Lego Movie 2coming soon to HBO GO.    

Each HBO GO account can be viewed on two concurrent streams across five registered devices and the service has Airplay and Chromecast functionalities.     

Viewers will also have access to additional HBO Original content such as behind-the-scenes exclusives and trailers.    Download up to 20 pieces of content for each account across all registered devices, subject to storage capacities for each device.    

In Asia, HBO GO is also available in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and Vietnam, and will be launching in more Asian territories soon.

Topics: HBO GO , Watchmen , Game of Thrones , His Dark Materials , Silicon Valley
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