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HBO Max on Roku

Existing HBO or HBO Max customers who have never added either channel to their Roku device should follow the below instructions to add HBO Max:

–          On the homepage, go to Streaming Channels

–          Select ‘New and Notable’ or ‘Movies and TV’ from the Channel Store

–          Click on HBO Max and ‘Add Channel’ to pin it to your home page

–          You can sign in with your existing details

If you’re not currently an HBO subscriber, it’s possible to register and pay for HBO Max on Roku directly using Roku Pay.

Alternatively, those subscribed to the old version of HBO ought to find this has been automatically updated to the brand-new HBO Max on their home page. If that hasn’t happened, you can just:

–          Select the HBO tile

–          Hit the star key on your remote

–          Pick the “Check for updates” option

–          The HBO icon should now change to HBO Max

You might find you’re entitled to HBO Max free of charge, depending on which provider you signed up to HBO Now or HBO with – AT&T TV for example. 

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What can I watch on HBO Max with Roku?

Oh, just over 10,000 hours of quality entertainment from some of the biggest names in film and TV!

You get the gamut of HBO’s iconic and ground-breaking TV shows, including The Wire and Boardwalk Empire, and more modern hits like Lovecraft Country, The Undoing and Euphoria. There’s select titles from Warner Brothers 100-year film library, hand-curated classics from TCM, DC Entertainment blockbusters, documentaries, a glut of animated content, and acclaimed anime from Studio Ghibli and Crunchyroll. In fact, you can even watch Earwig and the Witch – Studio Ghibli’s first foray into 3D CG.

Then there’s all that exclusive content – every season of Friends, Gossip Girl, and The Big Bang Theory, plus thrilling Max Original series like The Flight Attendant and Raised by Wolves. And we’ve already mentioned 17 highly anticipated movies arriving on HBO Max in 2021, available a month from their cinematic debut…