It makes sense that the first couple of episodes will be on YouTube,
especially since that's exactly where the show’s young, Internet-dwelling fans will be most likely to watch it.
According to Sabrina Caluori, HBO’s vice-president of social media and marketing, the network's decision to implement this “social first” marketing strategy has to do with the fact that their viewers are "...an increasingly challenging demographic to reach with traditional means.”
The network will reportedly upload the two-part premiere on January 13 at 10 a.m. EST.
It’s hard to find a person who didn’t like 2012’s Dredd, a film that stands alongside RoboCop as the ultra-violent, dystopic film fans needed at the time, but a sequel to the movie hasn’t been forthcoming; in fact, over the past few years, the likelihood of a second outing for Olivia Thirlby and Karl Urban’s chin has hovered around zero. Read more