HBO Now on iOS and Android, HBO NOW on Roku, HBO GO on Apple TV, and Netflix on AppleTV can all be accessed via HBO’s website, HBO.com.
That’s according to a report by CNET that claims HBO’s online service will soon offer access to the series’ entire catalog via its own streaming service, HBO Now.
HBO Now will launch on iOS in a few weeks, and on Android in September.
It will also include HBO GO, the company’s own subscription streaming service for the entertainment industry, according to the report.
The company’s other service, Cinemax, will be available on iOS, Roku, and Apple TV in the coming months, but that’s it for now.
HBO announced in May that it plans to launch a standalone service for subscribers in 2019, and a standalone HBO GO service is currently on the way.
The move to stream the entire catalog of HBO content to consumers comes after HBO was forced to shutter HBO GO in March due to a copyright infringement complaint filed by Netflix.
The lawsuit alleged that HBO Go users used HBO’s copyrighted content in a number of ways, including using the service to illegally share HBO content with others.