Cancel your weekend plans and call in sick to work Monday because you’ve got 96 hours to binge-watch as much HBO as you can for FREE.
From Friday, September 29 until midnight Monday, October 2, all current Sling TV customers will have access to hours and hours and hours of great movies as well as brand new and award-winning TV shows, including:
Recently picked up for a second season, The Deuce stars James Franco and Maggie Gyllenhaal in this new series from HBO veteran David Simon (The Wire). The Deuce examines the rise of the porn industry in the 1970s, and how 42nd St. in New York City was at the center of it all. New episodes are Sundays at 9pm ET.
Curb Your Enthusiasm
Larry David is back with a brand new season of the Golden Globe-winning series Curb Your Enthusiasm. It’s been six years since the series finale, but Larry and his awkward, cynical ways are back for another go around. Don’t miss the ninth season premiere Sunday at 10pm ET.
Danny McBride and Walton Goggins are back for the second and final season of Vice Principals. McBride and Goggins square off as two vice principals vying for a promotion when their principal retires, but neither of them saw it coming when an outsider took the job away from them, leading the two enemies to join forces and take down the new principal together. New episodes air Sundays at 10:30pm ET.
This Emmy-winning comedy follows Selina Meyer, the Vice President of the United States, and her ragtag band of White House staffers as they try to not only establish her legacy as a veep but prepare for her inevitable run for President. Julia Louis-Dreyfus has won a best actress Emmy for her role as Selina six years in a row, breaking the previous record this year. All season of Veep are available on-demand.
Big Little Lies
The small screen adaptation of Liane Moriarty’s best-selling novel Big Little Lies was one of the best shows of the year so far. This six-episode miniseries told the intertwining stories of five moms in an affluent area of California as they deal with their demons and each other. Big Little Lies won five awards at the 2017 Emmys, including best actress in a limited series, best supporting actor in a limited series, best supporting actress in a limited series, and best limited series. Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Shailene Woodley, Laura Dern, Zoe Kravitz, Alexander Skarsgard and Adam Scott star.
Catch up on the first season of this mind-bending drama from Memento and Interstellar writer Jonathan Nolan before the second season airs later this year. Enter a world where you can pay a hefty fee to enter a theme park full of human-like robots you can do anything you want to, at least until they start to become sentient.