Try HBO Now On Andy Samberg, Who Shared His Login During The Emmys

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Want free HBO? Andy Samberg has you covered. The Emmys host gave out his login and password during the live awards telecast. Best awards show ever!

Why would Samberg, who just starred in the satirical 7 Days In Hell miniseries for the cable network, do that? Well, as he pointed out, the pay network's CEO Richard Plepler said that password sharing is "simply not a big number" so they don't care if you do it.

Plepler said this at the launch announcement of HBO Now in April, according to CNN, and went on to say that the policy could change.

"Should it become a big number, we will deal with it," Plepler said. "We will change the number of concurrent streams that are available. But right now, the number really isn't significant."

So if anyone needs that info just point your browser to HBO Now's website and log in with the email addy and password1.

As for HBO's thoughts about Samberg testing the limits during the Emmys, they're taking it in stride.

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