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How To Watch HBO’s ‘The Day Sports Stood Still’ Online

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HBO revisits the unprecedented sports shutdown of March 2020 in the new documentary The Day Sports Stood Still. From director Antoine Fuqua and producers Brian Grazer and Ron Howard, the feature-length film tells the story of the unprecedented sports shutdown as well as how athletes played a prominent role in the cultural reckoning on racial injustices that escalated during the pandemic.

The documentary follows the first-person account of NBA Players Association president Chris Paul, who also serves as an executive producer on the project, and includes interviews with Donovan Mitchell, Karl-Anthony Towns, Mookie Betts, Mark Cuban, NBA commissioner Adam Silver, and more.

When does The Day Sports Stood Still premiere on HBO? How can you watch The Day Sports Stood Still on HBO Max? Here’s everything you need to know.

WHEN DOES THE DAY SPORTS STOOD STILL PREMIERE ON HBO?

The documentary premieres Wednesday, March 24 on HBO, HBO Latino, and HBO Max.

WHAT TIME DOES THE DAY SPORTS STOOD STILL START ON HBO?

The Day Sports Stood Still airs from 9:00-10:30 p.m. ET on HBO and HBO Latino. An encore airing will air Thursday, March 25 at 8:00 p.m. ET. A list of future air dates can be found on the HBO website.

HOW TO WATCH THE DAY SPORTS STOOD STILL LIVE ON HBO:

If you have a valid HBO account, you can watch the documentary live on the HBO website or through the HBO Max app, which is available via Roku, Apple, Amazon, Google Play, and more. The Day Sports Stood Still will be available on demand beginning Thursday, March 25.

HOW TO WATCH THE DAY SPORTS STOOD STILL ON HBO MAX:

The Day Sports Stood Still will be available to stream on HBO Max as soon as it debuts on HBO (9:00 p.m. ET). HBO Max is available to purchase for $14.99/month.

If you’re already an HBO subscriber, you may have access to HBO Max. According to the HBO website, if you subscribe to HBO through Amazon Appstore, Apple, Google Play, Samsung TV, WarnerMedia, Consolidated Communications, Liberty, North State, Optimum, Service Electric Cablevision, Verizon Fios, or Ziply Fiber, you have access to HBO Max at no additional cost.

All you need to do is download the HBO Max app, sign in with your existing HBO email and password, choose “Access all of HBO Max,” and stream away. Current HBO subscribers can visit the HBO website to find out if they have access to HBO Max. Plus, HBO Max is now available on Roku!

WILL THE DAY SPORTS STOOD STILL BE ON NETFLIX?

Nope. The documentary is exclusive to HBO.

WILL THE DAY SPORTS STOOD STILL BE ON HULU?

You can add HBO Max to your Hulu account for an additional $14.99/month and then sign in to the HBO Max app using your Hulu credentials. A seven-day free trial is available for eligible subscribers.

IS HBO’S THE DAY SPORTS STOOD STILL AVAILABLE TO WATCH ON AMAZON PRIME VIDEO?

Yep. You can add HBO to your Prime Video Channels for $14.99/month and then sign in to the HBO Max app using your Amazon credentials.

Where to stream The Day Sports Stood Still

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