HBO is jam packed with amazing programming. Whether it is "Game of Thrones," "Veep," "Girls," "True Detective," you name it, there is something there for you.
Australia's national airline carrier, Qantas has announced that they will start offering 120 hours worth of HBO content. This comes after Qantas' Head of Digital and Entertainment, Jo Bundy, announced that they hope to own the skies with their entertainment packages.
In a statement, Bundy said the following:
"A lot of our customers look forward to making the most of the opportunity for some uninterrupted viewing time on board, and for many it's a chance to catch up with their favourite shows. That's why we invest heavily in making sure we have fresh content and a wide range of programs to cater for different tastes."
If going to visit Australia wasn't already on your bucket list, it's time to add it. You could watch a full season of "Veep," on your flight there, what could be better?
While you are in the middle of booking that flight, check out some of the best apartments TV has had to offer. Who wouldn't want to live in Monica Geller's apartment?
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