HBO will offer season 1 of Watchmen for free of June 19 to 21, along with an array of titles that highlight Black experiences and voices.
HBO provides season 1 of Watchmen at no cost from June 19 to 21, together with an array of other names highlighting Black experiences and voices. The 2019 limited series, made by Damon Lindelof (The Leftovers, Missing ), happens in an alternate reality where masked vigilantes are treated as outlaws. It is a sequel of sorts to get its comic series of the same title.
Watchmen has made its mark on schooling, highlighting darker elements of U.S. history. Additionally, it is a series and just won a Peabody Award, which honors excellence in media.
Watchmen will soon be available at No Cost on HBO.com and Demand, from Juneteenth (Friday) to Sunday. HBO states they are “proud to offer you all nine episodes for this timely, poignant series that investigates the legacy of systemic racism in the usa.” The station will also air a marathon of the entire year on both HBO and HBO Latino, starting at 1:00 p.m. ET/PT on Friday, June 19.
Watchmen stars Regina King, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Jeremy Irons, and Louis Gossett Jr., among others. The series joins other free offerings from HBO like Being Serena, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, The Apollo, and Whoopi Goldberg presents Moms Mabley.
HBO is highlighting press that investigates Black stems and experiences from founders, in service of their protests against systemic racism. Who is evident by the accessibility date.
It is also in honor of Juneteenth, the holiday commemorating the day Union military overall Gordon Granger read the people of Texas orders, proclaiming all slaves. With this Watchmen statement, HBO joins many different companies showing service for Juneteenth and the Black Lives Matter movement with content offerings.