If you’re anything like the 20-something tech wizards featured in the HBO series Silicon Valley you’ve probably already figured out a way hack into the VPN mainframe and download the corresponding codecs required to properly encode any episode of Silicon Valley you’d like. But for the rest of us, we’ll need a little bit of assistance finding ways to watch Silicon Valley online. Let’s run through some of the possible ways you’ll be able to do it. The best way to stream Silicon Valley right now, on any device, anywhere is through HBO Max:
SUBSCRIBE TO HBO THROUGH HULU LIVE TO VIEW Silicon Valley & OTHER HBO SHOWS TODAY
With Hulu Live, you can watch HBO online through your Hulu subscription for an additional $14.99 a month after a free first week.
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KEEP UP WITH Silicon Valley VIA THE AFFORDABLE SLING TV PREMIUM
Sling TV is a cost-efficient streaming service to which you can add an HBO subscription for $14.99 a month. Via Sling TV, you can stream Silicon Valley from your phone, tablet, or laptop.
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LIVE STREAM Silicon Valley WITH AT&T TV NOW BY ADDING HBO TO YOUR PACKAGE
By subscribing to AT&T’s streaming service, AT&T TV NOW, you’ll be able to view Silicon Valley and other HBO shows as soon as they air. Subscribers of AT&T TV NOW can add an HBO subscription to their base package and watch a wide variety of HBO content online.
HBO is also included in both the AT&T TV NOW PLUS and MAX packages.
Older HBO Shows are Streaming on Amazon Prime
If you’re an Amazon Prime member and you’re trying to watch an older HBO show like The Sopranos or Sex and the City stop what you’re doing and head over there now because older HBO shows stream free with a Prime subscription.
DVD and Blu-Ray
Want to own the series forever in a soon to be outdated format? (just kidding!) Amazon has all seasons on Blu-Ray and DVD for pretty fair prices.
Subscribe to HBO Max for HBO Programming & More
HBO Max serves as a one-stop streaming service where subscribers can access an array of fresh and familiar content that is sure to entertain, educate, and enlighten. As its slogan “Where HBO meets so much more” suggests, HBO Max represents the merging of HBO’s famously high-caliber content with a larger library of binge-worthy offerings for all ages. Those who subscribe to HBO Max can watch HBO’s vast library of quality content. Additionally, HBO Max, in partnership with WarnerMedia, offers exclusive access to films and television series that cannot be found on the HBO app or other competitive streaming services like Netflix.
Those who wish to subscribe to HBO Max can go to the streaming service’s website and make an account. For many HBO subscribers, access to HBO Max may be included in your plan at no additional cost. It is also possible to subscribe to HBO Max through Hulu, AT&T TV Now, YouTube TV, Apple, and Google Play.
An HBO Max subscription is $14.99 a month. Compared to other streaming services, HBO Max may seem pricey. But remember that a subscription will grant you access to HBO’s library of acclaimed series, films, and documentaries plus a variety of additional content. In addition to being able to watch HBO’s programming, HBO Max subscribers will have access to original HBO Max content, “select favorites from WarnerMedia’s beloved brands and libraries,” and a wealth of curated films and television series.
Once you’ve subscribed, don’t forget to download the HBO Max app on your preferred device. The HBO Max app will allow you to stream shows and films on your phone or tablet.
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What About HBO Now & HBO Go?
Up until the summer of 2020, the apps HBO Now and Go both offered access to HBO’s library of TV series, movies, and documentaries. With the debut of HBO’s comprehensive new streaming service, HBO Max, HBO is retiring the HBO Go app. Those who wish to stream HBO’s library of content online without gaining access to HBO Max’s diverse offerings can still subscribe to HBO Now under its new name— HBO. This app can be installed on an iPhone, iPad, or Android device.
Good luck watching Silicon Valley on HBO!