Spanish streaming service HBO Now has now been added to the U.S. version of Netflix, which is available in the U, Canada, Mexico and a number of other countries.
The HBO Now service will be available in U.K., Canada, the U: United States, and other territories beginning this Thursday, Nov. 4.
The service is currently only available in select U.N. member countries.
The service was launched in Spain last month, and will be rolled out across the rest of the world by the end of November.
Netflix is one of the biggest streaming services in the world, and in recent years has also expanded into new territories, including Brazil, Argentina, Argentina and Mexico.
In the U., the service is available with a basic $7.99-per-month subscription that offers unlimited streaming of HBO content, with additional movies, TV shows, and sporting events to be added on a regular basis.
HBO Now, however, is currently available only in the United States.
Other countries that have been added are Australia, Brazil, Chile, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Peru, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, and United States (the U.A.E.).
The U.C.B.E. in the UK is the first country to get the HBO Now feature, and Netflix’s plans to add more countries to its service are still under way.
HBO Now can also be used to watch online content on the TV and Movies section of Netflix.
The content includes HBO shows, movies, and shows from HBO’s library, as well as content from the studios of Netflix and other platforms.
Like other services, HBO Now also has a history of delays, including a number in March, which saw the service temporarily delay access to some movies and TV shows.
There are a number other streaming services available in Spain.
The country has also launched a number TV-on-demand and cable-on to-demand services in recent months, including Movistar TV, Vudu TV, Sky Movies, Sky Sports, and Spanish TV, among others.
At the time of this writing, HBO’s HBO Now was available only to U.F.O. subscribers in the Spanish market.