The Gilded Age, a lush period drama about the social classes and old versus new money at the height of the American Gilded Age in the late 19th-century, just wrapped its first season on HBO Max. However, you can still watch the whole 1st season on-demand. Created by Julian Fellowes (Downton Abbey), the series follows a young woman in 1882, as she moves to New York City to live with her two old-money aunts. A young writer accompanies her as her companion, and the two are quickly entangled in the struggles of society in a city on the verge of the modern age. Read on to learn how to watch The Gilded Age without cable.
- Where to Watch: The Gilded Age is available on-demand on HBO Max. You can sign up here to watch.
- How Many Episodes: The Gilded Age has 9 episodes in its first season.
Where To Watch The The Gilded Age
The Gilded Age airs exclusively on HBO Max. It premieres on Monday, January 24, airing every Monday for a total of 9 episodes. A subscription to HBO-Max costs $14.99 per month for their ad-free plan and $9.99 per month for their ad-supported service (meaning a few commercials with every episode). You can sign up here. HBO Max is supported on Android, iOS, Apple TV, Chromecast, Playstation, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and more. You can check out my review of HBO Max for more details on this streaming service.
HBO Max doesn’t only air HBO, but content from WarnerMedia and other sources. Content on HBO Max includes:
- A selection of acquired series and movies
- All of HBO
- An exclusive collection of new HBO Max Originals
- Select favorites from the WarnerMedia brands Warner Bros., New Line Cinema, DC, CNN, the Turner library, Crunchyroll, Rooster Teeth, Looney Tunes, and more
- A selection of acquired series and movies (South Park being a notable example)
About The Gilded Age
The Gilded Age is a period drama set in 1880s New York, amidst the economic shifts of the American Gilded Age and changes in society between the old ways and brand new systems. The Gilded Age is a stunning, visually lush series, with top-name film and theatrical actors involved, and the extensive cast list of stars and guest appearances is a veritable whose who of Broadway, including Cynthia Nixon, Christine Baranski, Denée Benton, Carrie Coon, Morgan Spector, Louisa Jacobson, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Patrick Page, Nathan Lane, Audra McDonald, Kelli O’Hara, Donna Murphy, Michael Cerveris, Debra Monk, Bill Irwin, and too many more to name.
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