Any change brings anxiety, but knowing that the Harry Potter movies -plus a series-, a new season of true detectiveand another prequel to game of Thrones will be in the catalog of the new Max streaming signal, it will definitely calm the subscribers.
Warner Bros. Discovery, the conglomerate formed from a year-ago merger of entertainment companies WarnerMedia and Discovery, introduced the streaming platform Maxwith which they will replace HBO Max and Discovery+, hitherto separate, to bring together their content under the same umbrella, and which will land in Latin America in the last quarter of 2023.
So far, it’s confirmed that the on-demand service will start operating in the US starting May 23, and though HBO Max users will be able to migrate their profiles and view histories and will have access to the new platform at the same time. time price, the three forms of subscription that will be available to the public were also announced, with options differentiated by number of simultaneous reproductions, resolution, download and sound quality.
In terms of catalogue, and although details for the Latin American market will be published closer to the release date in the region, the conglomerate has announced that Max will combine the original productions of HBO and Max Originals, Warner Movies Bros., DC Cinematic Universe and the titles franchises expanded by Harry Potter featuring kids, food, home and lifestyle programming, reality shows, and documentaries from brands like the Discovery Channel, HGTB, Food Network, TLC, and ID, among others.
In addition, the platform will offer regular content updates, with the premiere of approximately 40 titles and seasons on a monthly basisand among the most important has advanced the series based on the literary saga of Harry Pottera spin-off strip from the remembered sitcom The Big Bang Theory and a new prequel to game of Thronescall A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms: The Hedge Knight.
As part of this landing, the expected will also come The Penguina spin-off series from the latest Batman film starring Colin Farrell as the iconic villain Bruce Wayne; The sympathizerspy thriller based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of the same name; the fourth season of the acclaimed true detectivewith performances by Jodie Foster and Kali Reis; The regime, with Academy Award winner Kate Winslet; the docuseries SmartLess: on the go, on the podcast tour hosted by actors Jason Bateman, Will Arnett and Sean Hayes; and the children’s series Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai.
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