HBO shows now available on Google Play in the UK

Google Play's library of TV content continues to expand, with the arrival of five HBO shows for British audiences. Game of Thrones, True Blood, Boardwalk Empire, Girls and Veep are now available in the UK through Google Play Movies & TV on the web and on Android devices. Episodes are priced at the usual levels — £1.89 for SD, £2.49 for HD, with season costs varying per show.

All three seasons of Game of Thrones are available, as are all episodes of Girls and True Blood aired to date. Also included are the first three seasons of Boardwalk Empire and the first season of Veep. The shows' arrival on Google Play in the UK comes a couple of months after a slightly different lineup of HBO broadcasting landed on the service in the U.S.

If you're in the UK, hit the source link to browse the available HBO content.

Source: Google Play

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  • That's great for UK people since Winter is Coming
  • I guess in the UK you don't have some incumbent TV network called Sky TV that we have here in New Zealand that blocks any attempt to do this sort of thing down here..
  • It must be a similar situation over the ditch here in Australia - the only way to get HBO shows as far as I know is to get a Foxtel subscription for a minimum of around $60 per month... no thanks. Torrents anyone?
  • The UK does have SKY TV which has SKY Atlantic that has the rights to all the HBO shows, plus other big US TV shows. Posted via Android Central App