Make your quarantine easier with free TV

If you are looking for a diversion while in quarantine during the coronavirus crisis, then here are a few things you might be interested in:

HBO – 500 hours of free programming

WarnerMedia, the owner of HBO, is making almost 500 hours of content available for a limited time on HBO NOW and HBO GO (without a subscription), starting April 3.

The list of free content includes the following series: The Sopranos, Succession, The Wire, Six Feet Under, Ballers, Barry, Silicon Valley, True Blood and Veep.

The following documentaries and docuseries is also available: The Apollo, The Case against Adnan Syed, Elvis Presley: The Searcher, I Love You, Now Die: The Commonwealth v. Michelle Carter, The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley, McMillion$ and a few more.

Both HBO NOW and HBO GO are supported by the playmoTV DNS gateway.

Apple TV Channels – Free access and extended trials

A few streaming services are offering extended trials. EPIX is offering free access until May 2 without a subscription. Other services are offering extended free trials, usually one month instead of one week. Here is a list of services and the extended trial offer:

  • EPIX – Free access until May 2, no subscription required
  • Arrow Video Channel – Limited time 1-month trial for new subscribers, then $4.99 per month
  • History Channel Vault – Limited time 1-month trial for new subscribers, then $4.99 per month
  • Lifetime Movie Club – Limited time 1-month trial for new subscribers, then $3.99 per month
  • Noggin – Limited time 2-month trial for new subscribers, then $7.99 per month
  • PBS Living – Limited time 1-month trial for new subscribers, then $2.99 per month
  • Showtime – Limited time 1-month trial for new subscribers, then $10.99 per month
  • Acorn TV – Limited time 1-month trial for new subscribers, then $5.99 per month
  • Smithsonian Channel Plus – Limited time 1-month trial for new subscribers, then $4.99 per month
  • A&E – Limited time 1-month trial for new subscribers, then $4.99 per month

All Apple TV channels are supported by the playmoTV DNS gateway.

Sling TV offers a free trial without a credit card

Sling TV is a popular service offering live TV and on-demand content. The service now offers a one-week trial without a credit card. That way, you don’t need to create a reminder to cancel the service one day before your credit card is charged.

The service offers one-click access to many live channels, including CNN, Cartoon Network, Comedy Central, FX, National Geographic, History Channel and more.

This offer ends on April 12. There is a countdown on Sling’s timer indicating when the offer ends.

Sling TV is supported by the playmoTV DNS gateway.

This post will get updated if we discover more special offers

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