HBO turns 50 and celebrates it by showing off past, present and future with The Last of Us or House of the Dragon

MADRID, 21 Sep. (CultureLeisure) –

HBO will turn 50 on November 8 and to celebrate, and after sweeping the last Emmyshave launched the Fifty Years of Firsts campaign. During the 50 days preceding the symbolic date, the company will reveal exclusive materialand from November 1 special thematic sections will be dedicated on the platform hbo max to celebrate the anniversary.

Trailers, cast announcements, photos of the making-of, unpublished images, fragments of scripts… are some of the ‘sneak peeks’ that will be published in the following days about the HBO Originals that will see the light soon.

The campaign kicked off with the release of a clip from the sixth episode of La Casa del Drag├│n, and also includes a promotional video with exclusive images of, among others, the expected The Last of Usthe second season of Time of Victory: The Lakers dynastythe third of We’re Here, the second of The White Lotusthe third of The Righteous Gemstones or the fourth of the acclaimed Succession.

HBO profiles on social networks will use the hashtag #HBO50 to revisit some of the company’s most memorable series, scenes and characters. In addition, on November 8, the HBOwards, a social media event highlighting the best of HBO’s first 50 years, and starting October 31in the United States, the linear channel HBO2 will alter its prime time programming to reschedule the first episodes of some of the most memorable series in HBO history: TheWireThe Sopranos, Six Feet Under, Blood Brothers, Sex and the City,…

HBO’s legacy is one of innovative storytelling. Fifty Years of Firsts is a celebration of the work of those who have enriched the entertainment experience and a look at those who will continue to do so in the future of HBO,” said Casey Bloys, CCO, HBO and HBO Max. “We are excited to be able to relive these moments with fans and honor our brilliant storytellers.“, he concludes.

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