HBO and Warner Bros. content is finally streaming again in India: Here’s how to watch

HBO and Warner Bros. movies and TV shows are now available on JioCinema in India.

The news comes after HBO ended its partnership with Indian streaming platform Disney+Hotstar.

HBO shows currently available to stream through the JioCinema app include: successor, The last of us, house of the dragon, west world, The White Lotus, Mare by Easttown, winning time, barry, Big little lies, Chernobyl, White House Plumber, Silicon Valley, True detective, newsroom, game of Thrones, entourage, Curb your enthusiasm And PerryMason.

The platform also streams content from Warners Bros., such as Harry Potter movies, Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Justice League and Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy.

With new content coming to the platform, JioCinemas has also introduced a brand new subscription offering, with the service costing Rs 999 (£9.72) per year and allowing users to stream content across four devices simultaneously.

The JioCinema app has been growing in popularity in the country in recent years. The FIFA World Cup 2022 and the IPL 2023 were streamed.

HBO content previously aired on Disney+Hotstar in the country.

But the content was removed from the platform after Disney terminated its deal with HBO as part of CEO Bob Iger’s cost-cutting measures.

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“Effective March 31, HBO content will no longer be available on Disney+ Hotstar,” the streaming service said in a statement in March.

“You can continue to enjoy Disney+ Hotstar’s extensive content library, which includes over 100,000 hours of TV shows and films in 10 languages, as well as coverage of major global sporting events.”

It was previously rumored that Amazon Prime Video could stream HBO content in India, several HBO Max shows have revealed The flight attendant And Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin were already available on the platform.

Emma Bowman

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