Wish you could stream your favorite shows while driving? You are not the only one, and markets are paying attention. The landscape of streaming keeps changing, and companies like Netflix, Hulu, and others are struggling to keep up. HBO, however, has hit on a new idea- or rather, taking an old name and giving it a new idea.
HBO Go was absorbed into the HBO Max umbrella months ago, but in light of recent industry changes, HBO has decided to bring it back, and this time, they mean it.
“Driving while bored is a serious and underrated issue in this country. HBO Go is now going to be the leading- and only- digital streaming service available only to drivers of motorized vehicles while they are driving. If you stop, it stops. If you go, it, well, turns back on,” a representative of the network told reporters.
Truckers and those with commutes over three hours in California and New Jersey are the key demographic for this technology, and many are excited about the new platform.
“For ages, I’ve thought how much better my work day would be if I could finally catch up on Yellowstone or Euphoria instead of watching the road all day long,” trucker Ricky Deal told us. “HBO doesn’t have all my favorite shows, but it’s a step in the right direction. Excuse me, I’m finally on the last season of Game of Thrones, and I got to find out what happens to Jon Snow.”
Not everyone is happy about the product announcement, however. Public safety officer Nancy Jason went public with her concerns. “What happened to common sense? How can you watch where you’re going and the new Sex and the City reboot? This is the dumbest idea I’ve ever heard.”
HBO quickly points out that its innovations are based on real data. “People want this, and we are here to empty wall – we mean, make consumers happy. Content makes them happy, driving while bored does not.”
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