HBO has announced it will stream the new season of the critically acclaimed HBO series “Silicon Valley” on Sunday, Oct. 11 at 9:00 p.m.
Eastern time (3:00 a.m., GMT).
“Silo” stars Matthew McConaughey, Aziz Ansari, and Sarah Silverman as a startup team whose startup is shut down by a mysterious government program.
It follows an ex-tech executive (Aziz Ansary) who reenters the business world, and his colleagues (Silverman, Ansari) who are drawn back in as he moves from Silicon Valley to New York City.
“Silomepost” is the name of the book, an exploration of the tech industry by the tech entrepreneurs and founders of the company that the government shut down.
“The book is an incredibly detailed look at how this company was built and how the company grew from its inception to where it is today,” said Greg Zeschuk, HBO Programming President.
“We’ve made this series available on HBO Go, so people can get into the story and have access to the world of this startup and the people who built it.”
The new episodes will be available on the HBO app starting Sunday, Nov. 6 at 8:00pm ET (3,000 GMT).
In addition to the new episodes, HBO will also be streaming episodes of “Silicone Valley” that are already available on streaming platforms such as Netflix.
The “Silas” episode will be released on HBO GO on Sunday and the “Silent Hill” episode on HBO On Demand on Sunday.
HBO also will stream “Silocore” episodes that have yet to be released.
“In addition to new episodes of ‘Silo,’ we will also stream episodes of the series on HBO Now, HBO Go and on the app for the first time,” Zesubyk said.
HBO is also streaming “Silos” episodes for its first time since it aired in February.
The show was created by a group of former Facebook engineers who had previously worked on “The Social Network.”
The show follows a team of four young, ambitious young entrepreneurs (Silver, Ansary, McConaughy and Ansari).
It is about three young people trying to build a business from scratch in an entirely different era of Silicon Valley.
It was filmed over a period of five years and was filmed in Brooklyn.
The series also stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Amy Poehler, and Kumail Nanjiani.
Watch “Silicos” episode 8:10 here.
“Our goal with the new series is to make it accessible to a broader audience,” Zoschuk said.
“While we hope people will have the opportunity to see ‘Silicon Saves Face’ on HBOGo or watch it on the App, we want to make sure that it is accessible for people that don’t have access yet.”
“Silon is a compelling and fascinating story about what happens when the world’s largest tech company is shuttered by the government,” said John Riehl, HBO President of Original Programming.
“HBO is proud to be a partner in the new ‘Silos’ series, and look forward to bringing more exciting content to viewers in the coming months.”
The original “Silodecks” and “Siloworld” series are both available for streaming on HBO.
“One of the most exciting things about ‘Silol’ is the breadth of the stories it tells,” said Kevin T. Levy, CEO of HBO Digital.
“It’s not just the story of an individual or a small company.
It’s the stories of a global team of people trying things in different industries.
The best stories are always those that span the entire world.”
“We are honored to be part of HBO’s new series, ‘SilomEPost,’ which will feature an entirely new story in the epic world of ‘SILOCORE’ that is told through the eyes of the founders and innovators who made it happen,” said David Katz, CEO and Founder of HBO Programming.