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HBO Shows Officially Headed To Netflix, But Not Game Of Thrones Or The Last Of Us

Here's all the shows from HBO that are coming to Netflix.


Confirming earlier reports, WB Discovery has revealed that some of its HBO shows are coming to Netflix. The first of these, the series Insecure, is out now on Netflix.

Variety and Deadline are reporting that some of HBO's other programming, including the World War II shows Band of Brothers and The Pacific, will come to Netflix in the future alongside the drama Six Feet Under and the sports comedy series Ballers starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.

Additionally, True Blood will be available on Netflix outside of the US. Every show mentioned here will stay on Max (the streaming service formerly known as HBO Max).

WB Discovery, of course, isn't bringing all of its HBO shows to Netflix, especially not its newest ones. HBO's premiere programming, including Game of Thrones, House of the Dragon, Succession, The White Lotus, and The Last of Us more recently, remain available to stream exclusively on Max.

Netflix itself confirmed the news about Insecure specifically, releasing a tweet saying that all five seasons of the show, which was created by Issa Rae, are now streaming. There is no word yet on when Band of Brothers, Ballers, and others will appear on Netflix.

WB Discovery is selling some of its HBO TV shows to Netflix to help make more money through licensing deals. It follows the company's partnership with Roku and Tubi for shows like Westworld and FBoy Island. Years earlier, in 2014, HBO and Amazon worked together for a deal covering The Sopranos and Boardwalk Empire, among others. This happened prior to Amazon's own streaming service taking off in a big way.

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