HBO today announced that it's making three of next Sunday's episodes available a few days early.
The Feb. 3 eps of True Detective, Crashing and High Maintenance will be available on HBO Go, HBO Now and HBO On Demand (as well as through its partners' streaming services) on Friday evening.
They'll all appear in their usual time slots — True Detective first at 9 p.m. Eastern, followed by Crashing at 10 p.m. and High Maintenance at 10:30 p.m.
Why the change? Well, there's this little thing called Super Bowl LIII going on this Sunday evening. So HBO's getting its original shows out in front of the game.
Whether you watch through HBO Go or HBO Now is entirely up to, well, it's a little confusing. But you'll figure it out.
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