High Maintenance will be making its television debut this Friday night, but the show has been around for awhile now. From 2012-2015, High Maintenance ran for six seasons and 19 episodes as a web series. The show caught the eye of HBO, who ordered a six-episode season to air this fall.
High Maintenance is a comedy that was created by the husband and wife team of Ben Sinclair and Katja Blichfeld. The show follows around a nameless pot dealer called The Guy (Sinclair) as he delivers his sticky icky to clients all over New York City. If The Guy is half as cool as The Dude, I think we’re all going to be in for a real treat.
Here’s the plot description of the series premiere, courtesy of HBO:
The Guy makes an uncomfortable delivery to a macho client and his taciturn friend. Best friends Max and Lainey’s co-dependent relationship begins to wane after Max accidentally stumbles upon a new group of friends, but in order to stay part of this group, Max must keep up a charade while keeping Lainey’s suspicions at bay.
Without further ado, let’s break down all the different ways you can watch “Meth(od).”
High Maintenance “Meth(od)” Viewing Details
Date: Friday, September 16, 2016
Time: 11:00 p.m. EST
TV Channel: HBO
Starring: Ben Sinclair, Max Jenkins, Helene York, Keilyn Durrel Jones, Kevin Mambo, Marisol Miranda, Chris Roberti, Colby Keller
Running Time: 34 minutes
How To Watch High Maintenance “Meth(od)” Live Stream Online
If you have an HBO cable subscription, just head on over to HBO GO, type in your cable or satellite provider information, and you’re all set.
If you have an internet-only subscription to HBO’s standalone streaming service HBO NOW, click the link to plug in your log-in information. You can also try out HBO NOW with a free month trial.
Stream High Maintenance “Meth(od)” On Phone, Tablet & Other Devices
HBO GO has you covered with an app that’s available for download on a ton of different platforms. Here are the App Store, Google Play, Amazon, and Roku links, and you can check out a full list of compatible devices here by typing in your cable or satellite provider.
HBO NOW also has an app that can be downloaded a million different ways. Here are the App Store, Google Play, Amazon, and Roku links, and you can check out a full list of compatible devices here.