Whether you love streaming Game of Thrones, True Blood, or any other HBO’s addictive series, HBO NOW is all you need. It is an all-in-one entertainment tool to stream hit movies, documentaries, sports, news, talk shows, HBO originals, and more. Further, it is one among the Chromecast supported streaming service and you can watch anything on a bigger screen without television subscription. Chromecast HBO NOW to HDTV to watch new movies that are added every week.
As of now, HBO NOW is available for the US and its territory regions only. So, users from other regions have to rely on a VPN to unblock the geo-restrictions. The interface of HBO NOW is simple and navigating through different sections is easy.
Related: How to Stream HBO Now on Firestick 
With smartphone or PC and Chromecast enabled smart TV, it is easier to watch HBO programs. Take a look at the section below as it deals with the different ways in which you can Chromecast HBO NOW.
Note: Use smartphone or PC to control the video playback of HBO NOW on Chromecast TV.
How to Chromecast HBO NOW
Whether you have HBO NOW on phone or PC, you can easily cast it to the Chromecast connected TV. You may jump into the respective section to Chromecast HBO NOW.
- Plugin the Chromecast to the HDMI port of the smart TV.
- Download the latest version of HBO NOW on Android or iPhone.
- Connect Android/iPhone/PC with Chrome browser connected to the same WiFi as that of Chromecast.
Chromecast HBO NOW using Android/iPhone
HBO NOW app has built-in cast feature and you can follow the steps given below to Chromecast HBO NOW directly.
Step 1: Click on HBO NOW app icon at first from the App drawer to launch it on Android or iOS device.
Step 2: On its home screen, make a tap on the Cast icon.
Step 3: After that, choose the name of the Chromecast TV on the list.
Step 4: Further, select any video to play it on your Android/iPhone/iPad.
Step 5: At last, the video playing on your smartphone gets screen mirrored to the Chromecast enabled TV.
Chromecast HBO NOW using Chrome Browser
HBO NOW is available online and you can cast its contents to Chromecast using Chrome browser.
Step 1: On your PC, click to open the Chrome browser at first.
Step 2: Secondly, visit http://play.hbonow.com using the search bar.
Step 3: Thirdly, right-click on the tab to choose Cast option.
Step 4: On the Cast tab, tap on the Sources drop-down to select Cast Tab.
Step 5: Further, choose the Chromecast device name to connect the PC with it.
Step 6: Wait for Chrome browser to connect with the Chromecast TV.
Step 7: Finally, you can stream HBO NOW contents on HDTV.
To Sum Up
Now that you have learnt to Chromecast HBO NOW contents to your TV. Stay tuned with all the big premieres and popular series now on your bigger screen. Start the free trial and buy subscription pack at $14.99/month to stream almost anything.
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