For the past few weeks, HBO Max has been constantly trying to hide the cracks directly related to its restructuring campaign. The leading OTT platform has thrown tons of shows in the trash since Warner Bros.’ new restructuring campaign. Discovery, and it looks pretty ugly to them.
After the cancellation of bat girl earlier this month (which led to a lot of angry fans), the major streaming platform had tons of other shows showing up on the door as well. Some of the notables are Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures, uncle grandfather, infinite train, etc. Those curious about their office will have to find an idea to put out the fire, and soon.
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So what’s the ultimate plan to get out of this mess?
Around 36 titles in total will hit the HBO Max streaming platform this week, and what’s more, that will include 20 of its own in-house productions! Honestly, there must be a plan in place to limit the damage.
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In a statement to Variety, Warner Bros. Discovery has explained its plans for the streaming service, here is the full statement-
“As we strive to bring our catalogs of content together on one platform, we will be making changes to the content offering available on both HBO Max and Discovery+. This will include removing certain content from both platforms. .
“At the same time, we’re already starting to pull together our catalogs of content, like launching the new CNN Originals hub on Discovery+ and a curated collection of Magnolia Network content coming soon to HBO Max.”
It’s a shame that some shows have to go away for others to come on, hopefully they add them back soon enough.
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But wait, before you go, there’s an exciting new offer on the streaming platform.
We know you’ve been dying to see Matt Smith play a Targaryen Prince in the next game of thrones prequel, House of the Dragon. However, the recent mess that HBO Max currently finds itself in might have made you not want to care at all. But don’t worry, they’re offering a lucrative discount to thrill your woods.
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The new discount offer that’s meant to calm the nerves of angry subscribers is the offer of 40% off a subscription, only if you prepay for a full year, though.
Follow this link here to take advantage of the current offer.