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Where To Stream Industry?

November 9, 2020
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In ‘Industry’, a bunch of finance grads try to score permanent positions at a prestigious London investment bank while also indulging in narcissistic and hedonistic pleasures as their ambition and greed take control of their minds. The 8-part series is created by Mickey Down and Konrad Kay and stars Myha’la Herrold, Marisa Abela, and Conor MacNeill in key roles (among others). Curious to know more about the TV show ‘Industry’ and where you can stream it? We’ve got your back!

What is Industry About?

In the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis, five young business school grads compete to get permanent jobs at Pierpoint & Co., a leading bank based in London. They dive headfirst into the cut-throat and exciting world of international finance, their greed and ambitions guiding them. Harper Stern, a New Yorker with a secret that could ruin her career before it even starts, struggles to make it into the high-stakes game of big-leagues finance. The show focuses on themes like workplace sexism, race and class discrimination, unbridled greed, and unchecked privilege.

Is Industry on Netflix?

‘Industry’ is not available to stream on Netflix but interested viewers can watch ‘Ozark‘ as a good alternative option.

Is Industry on Hulu?

‘Industry’ is available to stream on Hulu if you have HBO Max added to your subscription. Check it out HERE.

Is Industry on Amazon Prime?

As with Hulu, ‘Industry’ can be streamed on Amazon Prime, as long as you have HBO added to your Prime subscription. If you don’t have the HBO pack added, then try watching ‘Bulge Bracket‘ as an alternative option.

Where To Watch Industry Online?

Viewers can stream ‘Industry’ on HBO Max, apart from Amazon Prime and Hulu.

How To Stream Industry For Free?

People looking to stream the HBO Original series ‘Industry’ for free can sign up for a 7-day free trial of HBO Max (only applicable for first-time users). Generally, we suggest that our readers pay for the content they are consuming.

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