|Launched||September 28, 1991|
|Owned by||Warnermedia Entertainment (WarnerMedia)|
|Country||Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Moldova, Portugal|
Prague, Czech Republic (scheduling)
London, United Kingdom (original programming)
|Sister channel(s)||HBO 2 HBO 3 Cinemax Cinemax 2|
HBO Europe is a premium television group of channels by HBO. It is available as a group of film channels and VOD operate in Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Moldova while VOD-only with original programming is available in Spain, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Portugal.
The first channel was launched by HBO and Sony Pictures in Hungary on September 28, 1991. This was followed by the launch in Czech Republic, in 1994. In 1995 Walt Disney entered in joint-venture. In Poland was launched in 1996, a launch in Slovakia in 1997, 1998 in Romania,1999 in Moldova, 2002 in Bulgaria, 2004 in Croatia and Slovenia 2006 in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro and 2009 in Macedonia. In 2010 Time Warner acquired from Sony and Disney all shares and became first fully owned subsidiary outside US.
HBO has been available in the Netherlands as well. It was a joint venture between Time Warner and cable company Ziggo. It launched on 9 February 2012 but closed on 31 December 2016. Ziggo has acquired the broadcasting licenses of HBO content for the Dutch market.
- Curb Your Enthusiasm (2001-2012, 2017-present)
- Strike Back (2010-present)
- Game of Thrones (2011-present)
- Veep (2012-present)
- True Detective (2014-present)
- Silicon Valley (2014-present)
- Ballers (2015-present)
- Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (2016-present)
- High Maintenance (2016-present)
- Westworld (2016-present)
- Insecure (2016-present)
- Crashing (2017-present)
- Big Little Lies (2017-present)
- The Deuce (2017-present)
- Room 104 (2017-present)
- Barry (2018-present)
- Succession (2018-present)
- 2 Dope Queens (2018-present)
- Sally4Ever (2018-present)
- The Middle (2009-present, ABC)
- Luther (2010-present, BBC One)
- Modern Family (2011-present, ABC)
- Ray Donovan (2013-present, Showtime)
- Black Lake (2013-present, TV3)
- Berlin Station (2016-present, Epix)
- Better Things (2016-present, FX)
- The Good Fight (2017-present, CBS All Access)
- SMILF (2017-present, Showtime)
- Snowfall (2017-present, Showtime)
- Tin Star (2017-present, Sky Atlantic)
- The Big Bang Theory (2017-present, CBS)
- Young Sheldon (2017-present, CBS)
- Clique (2017-present, BBC Three)
- Counterpart (2018-persent, Starz)
- Claws (2018-present, TNT)
- Siren (2018-present, Freeform)
- All American (2018-present, The CW)
- Escape at Dannemora (2018-present, Showtime)
- A Discovery of Witches (2018-present)
- Legacies (2018-present, The CW)
- Tell Me a Story (2018-present, CBS All Access)
- Death and Nightingales (2019-present, BBC Two)
- Black Monday (2019-persent, Showtime)
- I Am the Night (2019-present, TNT)
- Miracle Workers (2019-present, TBS)
- Deadly Class (2019-present, SyFy)
- Roswell, New Mexico (2019-present, The CW)
HBO premiere movies after 8 months from theatrical release of the following studios:
|Walt Disney Studios|
|20th Century Fox|
HBO Europe is also one of the largest producer companies for television in Central and Eastern Europe, operating HBO Europe Original Programming Ltd., headquartered in London, producing several local original scripted programming and series based on licensed formats.
- Uspjeh (2019-present)
- Bez tajemnic (2011–2013)
- Wataha (2014–present)
- The Pact (2015–2016)
- Blinded by the Lights (2018)
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- "HBO Europe - Montenegro History".
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- "HBO to Show (CORRECTION)". theeurotvplace.com. Retrieved 22 February 2018.
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