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HBO and Cinemax are heading to PlayStation Vue. Additionally, HBO NOW will be coming to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 systems for new and existing HBO NOW subscribers. Users who subscribe to HBO through PlayStation Vue will also be able to access HBO NOW on all supporting devices at no extra charge.

The launch of HBO and Cinemax on PlayStation Vue marks the first time that either network’s live programming is available directly to consumers as a standalone offering without the need of a bundle subscription. HBO and Cinemax will be available for $15 each per month through PlayStation Vue.

HBO and Cinemax on PlayStation Vue, and HBO NOW on PS4 and PS3 systems, will launch ahead of the Oct. 2 premiere of the highly-anticipated new HBO series Westworld (read my review), created by Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy.

“PlayStation has always been at the forefront of innovation and we are thrilled to build upon our partnership with them to meet the evolving demands of television audiences,” said Jeff Dallesandro, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Digital Distribution and Business Development, HBO. “By expanding the ways that PlayStation users can access unparalleled programming like Game of Thrones, The Night Of and Last Week Tonight, we’re demonstrating our commitment to flexibility and quality.”

“HBO’s award-winning content is a great match for the PlayStation audience, and the addition of HBO and Cinemax builds upon our commitment to bring the best of live and on demand TV to our users.” said Dwayne Benefield, Vice President, Head of PlayStation Vue at SIE. “PlayStation Vue continues to bring industry firsts to users who want a better way to watch TV, including being the first to offer HBO and Cinemax as live standalone channels. Our flexible subscription options offer more choices for consumers than ever before.”

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Source: PSBlog

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