Huzzah! Hulu Adds HBO (and Cinemax) Just in Time for the ‘Game of Thrones’ Premiere
Macall B. Polay/courtesy of HBO

Hulu has seriously upped its streaming game in 2017. First, it released the critically-acclaimed original drama series The Handmaid's Tale, and now—wait for it—the streaming underdog just announced that customers can add HBO (Woo!) and Cinemax (Cool...?) to their monthly subscription.

Which means...even those living life sans Jon Snow an HBO subscription can witness the coming of winter and the long-awaited season seven premiere of Game of Thrones in real time on July 16.

Sound too good to be true? Here's the fine print and everything you need to know about adding HBO and/or Cinemax to a new or active Hulu subscription: Those who don't have a Hulu account can snag 30 days of free streaming by creating an account, and will be charged $7.99 after the trial period ends. And those already set up with Hulu can simply add HBO to their account for $14.99 a month or Cinemax for $9.99. These add-ons will provide subscribers with access to live streaming or on-demand content. 

First The Handmaid’s Tale, now this? Bless your streaming hearts, Hulu. 

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