If you missed "Game of Thrones," or just want to watch the whole thing again, Roku Inc. (NASDAQ: ROKU) is giving you that chance.
The Roku Channel will stream the first season of the "Game of Thrones" saga, along with several other shows and movies, between Dec. 26 and Jan. 1, the company said.
In addition to "Game of Thrones," the company's second annual "Stream-a-thon," will also include some episodes from the HBO series "Barry," "Chernobyl," and "Succession," among others. It also will stream the first season of Cinemax' "Warrior," Showtime's "Billions," a few full-length Hallmark Movies Now features, and several other movies and TV shows.
Also included are several episodes from "The Great Courses Signature" series.
Roku Channel launched in 2017, offering access to premium on-demand video services, including AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) subsidiary HBO and ViacomCBS Inc.'s (NASDAQ: VIAC) Showtime. The channel also delivers free access to several streaming options, including many movies and TV shows, and several streaming services.
Roku's stock traded around $146.55 per share at time of publication. The stock has risen more than 300% in in the year-to-date period.
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