HBO Max’s library of HBO shows dwindles: A number of previous cabler series, including Martin Scorsese-produced rock ‘n’ roll drama vinyl And the comedy jennifer garner campinghas been removed from the streaming service.
along with vinyl And the campingHBO Max no longer hosts Katherine Hahn’s series Mrs. FletcherComedy thriller Merritt Weaver and Domhnall Gleeson Being The family drama of Tim Robbins and Holly Hunter here and now. in addition to, At home with Amy Sedaris, which ran for three seasons on fellow Warner Bros. Discovery outlet truTV has also disappeared from the streaming service. (Eagle I noticed the shows disappear for the first time.)
HBO Max had no official comment on the removals, but a source told TVLine that library titles come and go all the time across all platforms. (The HBO show featured above is also still available on demand for cable subscribers.) Twitter’s help feed responds to user complaints by say: “As we work on bringing HBO Max and Discovery+ together, we’re making some changes to our services. Part of this process involves removing specific content.”
The news comes as rumors circulate about a potential batch of streaming services HBO Max and Discovery+ on the heels of the first earnings report of newly combined parent company Warner Bros. Discovery. Earlier this week, the DC Comics movie bat girl I was Canceled by HBO Max, though filming and in post-production. also streamer He removed a number of films that debuted on HBO MaxIncluding witchesAnd the Super intelligence And the moon shots.
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