‘Tina’ on HBO: Air time, how to live stream, cost, plans and all you need to know about Tina Turner documentary
Helmed by Oscar-winning directors Dan Lindsay and TJ Martin, the documentary will shed light on her personal and professional life
Thanks to streaming platforms, fans can now watch documentaries of their favorite musicians at any given time, and coming to HBO Max is the documentary of “Queen of Rock n Roll” Tina Turner. The living legend has sold over 100M records and is best known for her songs such as ‘It's Gonna Work Out Fine’, ‘River Deep-Mountain High’, the Grammy-winning ‘Proud Mary’ and ‘Nutbush City Limits’.
Helmed by Oscar-winning directors Dan Lindsay and TJ Martin, the documentary titled ‘Tina’ will shed light on her rise to fame, her divorce in 1978 after 16 years of marriage, and the roller coaster ride she experienced in her musical journey. Apart from Turner’s interview in the documentary, fans will also get to see renowned personalities such as Angela Bassett and Oprah Winfrey giving a sneak peek into the singer’s life. The official synopsis of the documentary reads: “Tina is a revealing and intimate look at the life and career of musical icon Tina Turner, charting her improbable rise to early fame, her personal and professional struggles throughout her life, and her even more improbable resurgence as a global phenomenon in the 1980s.” Now, if you wondering how to live stream it, then we got you covered.
How to live stream?
‘Tina’ is all set to hit the internet on March 27 at 8 pm ET/5 pm PT. Fans can catch all the drama on HBO and HBO Max. The documentary will also be up for viewing on TV if you have a cable plan that includes HBO.
How much will it cost?
We are sure, avid Turner fans won’t mind shelling out money for HBO Max’s monthly plan. One has to shell out $14.99 a month, which is the same as HBO Now. The best part is HBO Max offers all the content which is available on HBO Now in addition to Warner Media’s other programs. A seven-day free trial will be given to the viewers. If you planning to watch it via cable, then AT&T “TV Choice” plan won’t disappoint you. It allows one to enjoy live TV, on-demand content and 20 hours of DVR storage for just $85 a month. One can also opt for Hulu, Sling TV or Fubo TV as they all support HBO Max.
For Hulu, one has to shell out $55 a month to enjoy more than 60 channels of Live TV. Hulu also offers a free trial of the service. If you going for Sling TV, then one needs to spend $35 a month for Sling Orange and Sling Blue, whereas it will cost you $45 if you are going for both the plans. As of now, customers get a free three-day trial. Viewers can also opt for a three-month plan for $99. Fubo TV is another great alternative if you want to catch HBO Max’s ‘Tina’. One has to shell out $65 a month for the same and they can enjoy a week of free streaming. Viewers can also log into HBO Max’s official website and opt for a subscription directly through WarnerMedia.
What devices support HBO Max?
HBO Max is easily available on devices such as Android, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, iOS, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. People with Samsung smart TV platforms will also be able to enjoy ‘Tina’ but only if it is from 2016 and onward. However, Amazon’s Fire TV and Roku won’t support HBO Max.
Will HBO Max's ‘Tina’ be available offline?
Yes, the download options are available on HBO Max. If you planning to catch other shows as well, then we must tell you that only 30 downloads per account across all devices are allowed in a month. Unwatched downloads expire after 30 days or 48 hours once the viewer starts watching the show. Also, one can only download a show or a movie five times across various devices.