You know how when HBO debuted its standalone streaming app, HBO Now, you promised yourself you鈥檇 finally sign up for the premium cable service? Well, if you have been dragging your feet on聽that process, Andy Samberg gave you a chance to check out the home of聽Game of Thrones,聽Sex and the City, etc. for free at Sunday鈥檚 Emmys. Yes, for FREE!

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During a segment at the awards show, the聽Brooklyn Nine-Nine聽star brought up a point that many people in attendance (and at home) may not have the opportunity to view all the shows nominated because, well, they haven鈥檛 signed up for one of the company鈥檚聽services. He stated, 鈥淟uckily for you, the CEO of HBO recently said he doesn鈥檛 think password-sharing for their streaming services is a problem. So here鈥檚 my HBO Now login!鈥

He then shared both the email address (KhaleesiFan3@emmyhost.com) and password (password1) for the account, which worked for us 鈥 but since every American clearly had the same idea, the account is overwhelmed.

HBO clearly is okay with Andy鈥檚 password share, at least for the night, as they even tweeted the login info themselves. But they then followed that up with a playful tweet about signing up for your own account, so this could just be some聽extremely聽social media-driven, buzzworthy marketing at its finest. Either way, thanks for the password, Andy!

What will you be watching on HBO Now courtesy聽of Andy Samberg鈥檚 password-sharing? Let us know in the comments.

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