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HBO Max merges with Discovery+
« on: Aug 05, 2022 at 10:17 AM »
Rumors about this has been floating around for several days.  It's finally official:

Aug 4 (Reuters) - Warner Bros. Discovery Inc (WBD.O) said on Thursday it would merge the HBO Max streaming service with Discovery+ as a single offering, combining WarnerMedia's dramas, comedies and movies with Discovery's reality shows.

"With respect to streaming, our main priority right now is launching an integrated SVOD service," said Chief Executive Officer David Zaslav.

SVOD is "subscription video on demand" and/or "streaming video on demand".

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Re: HBO Max merges with Discovery+
« Reply #1 on: Aug 23, 2022 at 01:39 PM »
‘Batman: Caped Crusader’ Animated Series from Bruce Timm, J.J. Abrams, Matt Reeves Not Moving Forward at HBO Max, Will Be Shopped Elsewhere

HBO Max has canceled six upcoming animated series, including “Batman: Caped Crusader,” Variety has learned. The project was ordered to series in May 2021 with Bruce Timm, J.J. Abrams, Matt Reeves attached to executive produce.

“Batman: Caped Crusader” was meant to build on “Batman: The Animated Series,” which was co-created by Timm and aired on Fox Kids for 85 episodes from 1992-1995.

The decision not to release these series on HBO Max is part of a larger trend as parent company Warner Bros. Discovery largely divests from kids and family content.

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Re: HBO Max merges with Discovery+
« Reply #2 on: Aug 23, 2022 at 05:44 PM »
Parang wrong move. You need kids who will turn into adult fans with buying power.

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Re: HBO Max merges with Discovery+
« Reply #3 on: Mar 30, 2023 at 07:23 PM »
wala ng local na Discovery+,  hanggang April 27 na lang ... I subscribed on their promo, dati kasi akong subscriber sa Discovery+ US, problem is diluted yung available ne program dito kaya halos di ko rin nagamit

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Re: HBO Max merges with Discovery+
« Reply #4 on: Apr 13, 2023 at 04:31 AM »
HBO Max to Be Renamed ‘Max’ With Addition of Discovery+ Content, Launch Date and Pricing Revealed

 Warner Bros. Discovery officially announced Max as the new name of its flagship streamer, lopping off the HBO part of the name as it mixes in a big bucket of new content from Discovery+ and other new original series.

The company announced the name change at a press event Wednesday, where it also revealed a slate of upcoming projects. The rebuilt Max (on the web at is set to launch first in the U.S. on May 23, featuring what the company promises will be an average of more than 40 new titles and TV show seasons every month.