HBO Max has not announced a launch date or price point yet and have also not given further details on how it will differ from HBO Go, though Washington Post reported last month that it could be around $16-$17 monthly and come as a bundle package with Cinemax.
WarnerMedia has named its soon-to-launch streaming service HBO Max and unveiled its programming slate, which will include 10,000 hours of content ranging from classic comedy Friends to new original shows. "Thanks for the memories, gang", Netflix tweeted reacting to WarnerMedia's announcement.
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WarnerMedia Entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt said HBO Max would feature original programming, 'exciting acquisitions, and the very best of the Warner Bros. libraries, starting with the phenomenon that is Friends'.
HBO Max will debut on Spring 2020.
Also, HBO Max will exclusively have Friends, it being a WB property. TV for exclusive streaming rights to "Friends", Warner Media is now reclaiming popular content which was licensed to others for its own subscription service. Upcoming projects include "Dune: The Sisterhood", a series from director Denis Villeneuve; "The Flight Attendant", a thriller series starring Kaley Cuoco from executive producer Greg Berlanti ("Riverdale"); and "Love Life", an anthology series starring and produced by Anna Kendrick.
WB owns anything under the banners of HBO, Warner Bros., New Line, DC Entertainment, CNN, TNT, TBS, truTV, The CW, Turner Classic Movies, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, Crunchyroll, Rooster Teeth and Looney Tunes, Many of these already have separate streaming services.