HBO is giving viewers a chance to see two iconic HBO shows in one day: “King’s Roll” and “The Last King of Scotland.”
HBO will premiere both of those shows on Sunday, June 20, starting at 7:30 p.m.
EDT, at the Harts Island Watch Tower.
The “King of The Hill” and the “Last King of Scottish” will both air on HBO GO on Sunday night.
Both shows are set in the fictional kingdom of Long Island, which is populated by people who have lost their powers due to the curse of the curse-caster.
The first episode of “Kings Roll” is set in 1893, while the second episode is set more than a century later.
The series is written and directed by John Kricfalusi.
“The First King of the Isles,” a follow-up to the HBO’s hit series, “The Curse of the Black Death,” is also set to debut this year.
Watching the series on HBO Go will not be easy, however.
HBO says that users will need to be at least 18 years old to watch.
The HBO GO app will also require HBO Pass subscribers to be in the United States to watch the “King in the White House” and its two seasons.
HBO also says that HBO Pass members will need an HBO Pass Plus subscription.
The “Last Kings of Scotland” season is set to air on June 23.
Watch the full HBO GO series on the HBO GO page: HBO GO