This morning, Amazon announced it's rolling out the first wave of HBO content on Prime Instant Video. When news broke a few months ago on Amazon's $20 price hike for Prime users, many suspected this was coming. Now that it's here, what does it mean for subscribers?
HBO, which has been notoriously stingy with its library of critically acclaimed programming, has released a solid volume of shows for availability on Prime, albeit most of them a few years old.
Starting today, Prime subscribers can stream:
If you're looking to give Amazon Prime a spin, check out this free 30-day trial being offered until June 30th. Be sure to cancel within 30 if you don't intend to sign up for a yearly subscription, as Amazon will charge your card $99.