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The HBO Max Streaming Service Will Launch in May 2020

Posted on the 30 October 2019 by Anees @ZulfiqarAAnees

HBO Max will launch in the middle of next year in the United States and until 2021 in Latin America. HBO Max, the new video streaming service from WarnerMedia owned by AT&T, will launch in May 2020 in the United States and until 2021 in Latin America. These data were revealed in a presentation to investors on Tuesday, October 29.

The service will cost US $15 per month and will include the entire HBO content library. The service will have 10,000 hours of programming. In its first year, HBO Max will have 31 exclusive and original programs, which will be added to the 38 original programs of the original HBO. In the following year, HBO Max will have 50 original titles. The company also announced that HBO has approved a new series of Game of Thrones, the prequel called House of the Dragon.

🚨Your new favorite HBO shows will also be available on @hbomax in 2020🚨
✅@WestworldHBO
✅Succession
✅The Righteous Gemstones
✅Barry
✅@TheOutsiderHBO
✅Lovecraft Country
✅The Undoing
✅Run
✅Perry Mason
✅The Plot Against America
✅Avenue 5
✅I Know This Much Is True

— HBO (@HBO) October 29, 2019

HBO Max will be the contender for AT&T in the well-known streaming war and will face Netflix, the dominant force in this market, with more than 150 million subscribers worldwide. HBO Max will also face the new streaming services that will be launched in the next six months. Apple TV Plus launches this November 1 with nine titles, followed by Disney Plus on November 12. The NBC Universal Peacock service will be launched next year.

In addition to becoming the flagship streaming service of HBO, HBO Max will feature a series of original content and a catalog of series such as Friends and The Big Bang Theory. AT&T and WarnerMedia are betting strongly on HBO Max. The company said it plans to spend US $1,500 million and US $2,000 million on HBO Max next year, followed by an investment of US $1,000 million in 2021 and 2022. The company aims for the service to reach 79 million to 90 million subscribers by 2025 worldwide.


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