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Aubrey Plaza has never watched her show 'The White Lotus' on HBO Max because she hates streamers and buys everything on iTunes instead

Aubrey Plaza has never watched her show 'The White Lotus' on HBO Max because she hates streamers and buys everything on iTunes instead
  • Aubrey Plaza refuses to watch movies and TV shows on streaming apps.

  • "I get really angry," she told Vanity Fair of trying to use them. "I give up! I can't. I just can't."

  • She said instead of watching all of "The Sopranos" on HBO Max she just bought the entire series on iTunes.

Aubrey Plaza has no interest to watch things on streaming, so don't bother offering your login to her.

That's what a Vanity Fair reporter quickly learned when speaking to "The White Lotus" star for a recent profile.

Reporter Julianne Escobedo Shepherd learned firsthand of Plaza's hatred for streamers when she came to realize that the actor had never seen "The Sopranos" until recently, despite the iconic show being available on HBO Max.

Plaza then revealed that her hate runs so deep that she's never even seen herself in the second season of "The White Lotus."

When Shepherd offered her login and password to Plaza, the star "vehemently" declined, according to the reporter.

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Aubrey Plaza has finally seen "The Sopranos," but refused to watch it on HBO Max, because she hates streaming apps.HBO

"I get really angry," Plaza said of trying to watch things on streamers. "I was trying to watch 'Top Chef' season 20. Couldn't figure out how to fucking get Hulu + Live. I give up! I can't. I just can't."

So Plaza has found another way to catch up on things like "The Sopranos."

"What I like to do is go on iTunes and buy movies that are old," she said. "Or I'll go on iTunes and just, like, buy the whole 'Sopranos' series, and then my husband will be like, 'You literally can watch that for free on HBO Max.'"

Plaza said she's now all caught up on the iconic series, which will always be synonymous with her "The White Lotus" costar Michael Imperioli, who played the tragic Christopher Moltisanti character on the show.

When Shepherd asked Plaza what she thought of the show's controversial cut-to-black final shot, the star responded simply: "I'm shook."

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