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HBO Max- May 2020 launch

the new streaming service, HBO Max will debut in May 2020, WarnerMedia entertainment president Robert Greenblatt announced on Tuesday...It was also revealed that the service will cost $14.99 per month...Current HBO subscribers via AT&T and DirecTV, along with HBO Now subscribers, will have immediate access to HBO Max at no extra charge...Also, an ad-supported version of HBO Max (price TBD) is also planned to launch in 2021...The company has not said whether an annual subscription rate will be made available

HBO Max has at least 16 scripted series in various stages of development...In addition to original series, HBO Max will feature a robust selection of library content...The service will house all episodes of Friends, The Big Bang Theory, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and Pretty Little Liars, as well as all of HBO’s programming...

https://tvline.com/2019/10/29/hbo-ma...aming-service/

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the new streaming service, HBO Max will debut in May 2020, WarnerMedia entertainment president Robert Greenblatt announced on Tuesday...It was also revealed that the service will cost $14.99 per month...Current HBO subscribers via AT&T and DirecTV, along with HBO Now subscribers, will have immediate access to HBO Max at no extra charge...Also, an ad-supported version of HBO Max (price TBD) is also planned to launch in 2021...The company has not said whether an annual subscription rate will be made available

HBO Max has at least 16 scripted series in various stages of development...In addition to original series, HBO Max will feature a robust selection of library content...The service will house all episodes of Friends, The Big Bang Theory, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and Pretty Little Liars, as well as all of HBO’s programming...

https://tvline.com/2019/10/29/hbo-ma...aming-service/

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I've been trying to wrap my head around exactly what HBO Max is going to have. At first I thought it would include all Warner streaming properties under one roof. But that's not entirely the case. Basically it's all of HBO, plus new shows exclusively for Max, plus "selections" from all other Warner owned channels. So if I want to watch some DC Universe shows other than Doom Patrol, I still have to subscribe to DC Universe for an additional $8/mo.

Here's what looks like a comprehensive list from Deadline: https://deadline.com/2019/10/hbo-max...bo-1202772182/
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I think WarnerMedia is over-estimating their worth by charging $14.99...you can literally subscribe to both Disney+ and Apple TV+ and it will still be cheaper then HBO Max...I already have HBO/Cinemax as part of my FiOS cable subscription and I'm not sure if I will get HBO Max for free...the only thing that might push this over the top for me will be if it supports 4K/HDR/Dolby Vision...even then it's a tough sell for most people
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$14.99 and nothing in 4K???
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$14.99 and nothing in 4K???
HBO-Now is 14.99 and nothing is in 4K either....
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first commercial for HBO Max...

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Too much money for nothing special! They will fail in my opinion- if only AT&T had a brain .
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. . . I already have HBO/Cinemax as part of my FiOS cable subscription and I'm not sure if I will get HBO Max for free . . .
I have been volleying HBO subscriptions for months now since the HBONOW app has disappeared off one of our TV's, although the HBOGO app is still there, in the middle of me subscribing to HBO before Christmas with a Gift Card. I literally checked and as I was subscribing the app was pulled. So I got a 4K FireStick on major sale a couple weeks ago and that will replace the missing apps. The TV is great, even tried several others over Christmas and none were as good as this 2015 model. COSTCO has been incredible about letting me play.

But just as it's time to renew the subscription through Amazon, I am getting offers directly from HBO that we tossed for Amazons Channel last Fall. AND since I have confirmed that HBOMAX will only be available as a direct add-on after it's released or if you have HBO/HBONOW directly from HBO or AT&T/DTV/the owners, et al. Not through any other provider. And they are not as of right now, combining Cinemax as earlier reported. But since DISH and HBO are still spatting, it's blocked on the Hoppers, even through Prime. DISH added the Prime and Netflix apps to the boxes and we have two Hopper3's which would make it so nice and easier for Grandma. But no. So since we couldn't decide on a TV for her for Christmas or Valentines Day, she's getting HBONOW, CBS All Access and Disney+ for my birthday today. She's a Rocket Scientist and loves Picard and all the Star Treks and Wars. Oh and "The New HBO Dragon Show". . .

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I still don't understand how HBO is going to balance their linear HBO channel versus this new HBO Max...are they going to make any of their big tentpole shows like that Game of Thrones prequel or Westworld an HBO Max exclusive?...and will HBO Max have 4K HDR support?
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HBO MAX launching May 2020

Not HBO Now or HBO Go, but HBO Max.

Does anyone know it's actual launch date other than sometime in May 2020?

I ask because standalone HBO Now subscribers will allegedly get additional HBO Max content free of charge. However, those that subscribe via Amazon Prime or Hulu will not. However, AVSForum readers know that standalone HBO Now is bitrate starved compared to its add-on counterparts.

So, I ask again, does anyone have an in as to when the launch date would be so I would know when to cancel my add-on?

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The launch date has not been made public yet. They're being annoyingly cryptic.

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HBO Max Sets Launch: WarnerMedia Streaming Service to Arrive May 27

WarnerMedia announced Tuesday that its forthcoming streamer will launch on Wednesday, May 27th..as reported in October, HBO Max will cost $14.99 per month, though current HBO subscribers via AT&T and DirecTV (along with HBO Now subscribers) will have immediate access to the service at no additional cost...it’s not yet clear if an annual subscription rate will be available, but an ad-supported version of HBO Max (price TBD) is expected to launch in 2021...

https://tvline.com/2020/04/21/hbo-ma...e-warnermedia/


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HBO Max Trailers: Your First Look at Anna Kendrick's Love Life, Underground Ballroom Competition and More Series

HBO Max just dropped trailers for its inaugural programming slate...

https://tvline.com/2020/04/21/hbo-ma...ve-life-video/

still no word on 4K HDR10/Dolby Vision support??
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So, they finally announced 27-May-2020. CNet also put up an interesting link about who can get it for free.

https://www.cnet.com/news/at-t-wirel...-hbo-max-free/

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So, they finally announced 27-May-2020. CNet also put up an interesting link about who can get it for free.

https://www.cnet.com/news/at-t-wirel...-hbo-max-free/
I don't know why they are still keeping the 4K HDR details under wraps...makes me think that it won't have any 4K support at launch
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I don't know why they are still keeping the 4K HDR details under wraps...makes me think that it won't have any 4K support at launch
They will have to have some, as "Doom Patrol" S2 will need it unless they're going to stream DC Universe 4K HDR and to stream HBO Max at $15/mo 1080p SDR.
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They will have to have some, as "Doom Patrol" S2 will need it unless they're going to stream DC Universe 4K HDR and to stream HBO Max at $15/mo 1080p SDR.
but HBO Max will have a much bigger catalog of titles and that might be enough for them to justify the cost...most people probably don't care about 4K HDR
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but HBO Max will have a much bigger catalog of titles and that might be enough for them to justify the cost...most people probably don't care about 4K HDR
Maybe that could ALMOST justify DC Universe's continued existence. USA folks, pay the extra $8/mo for commercial-free 4K HDR *AND* Titans. Everyone else, watch Doom Patrol on HBO MAX and Stargirl on the CW.
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how is HBO going to differentiate between the linear HBO channel which is already known as being a prestige network with top quality programming and HBO Max?...is Max going to get the tentpole shows or will that still go to linear HBO?

wouldn't surprise me if they decided to put that upcoming Game of Thrones prequel series, House of the Dragon, on HBO Max to gain more subs
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AND since I have confirmed that HBOMAX will only be available as a direct add-on after it's released or if you have HBO/HBONOW directly from HBO or AT&T/DTV/the owners, et al. Not through any other provider.
If HBO Max can not be subscribed to through Prime Channels I am OUT. The tighter integration of content and UI experience with the Prime Video app and in particular with the Fire TV UI through Prime Channel subscriptions is a big plus. I like having a RECENT row at the top of Fire TV UI that includes content from any Prime Channel subscription (CBS AA, PBS Masterpiece, ACORN TV, BritBox, Starz, etc) that is easily and quickly accessible to the NEXT item in the queue for viewing. I hope this is an initial release decision to try and drive more new direct subscription users and that eventually there will be more providers brought on that can offer it as an add-on subscription.

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If HBO Max can not be subscribed to through Prime Channels I am OUT. The tighter integration of content and UI experience with the Prime Video app and in particular with the Fire TV UI through Prime Channel subscriptions is a big plus. I like having a RECENT row at the top of Fire TV UI that includes content from any Prime Channel subscription (CBS AA, PBS Masterpiece, ACORN TV, BritBox, Starz, etc) that is easily and quickly accessible to the NEXT item in the queue for viewing. I hope this is an initial release decision to try and drive more new direct subscription users and that eventually there will be more providers brought on that can offer it as an add-on subscription.
That's why I went the 90 day freebie with Prime and when that ended, I subbed to HBONOW. This is what I got today, 04/21/20, from what I think is or should be one of the more credible sources that has several articles on HBOMAX. This is the front page that changes daily. So it'll update:
https://www.fiercevideo.com/keyword/hbo-max

This just came in: https://www.idownloadblog.com/2020/0...ginal-content/

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That's why I went the 90 day freebie with Prime and when that ended, I subbed to HBONOW.
We are still 30 days out. Gotta believe they are still working on other distribution partners. I find it hard to believe that at launch they will only have YouTube TV as an add-on partner for HBO Max and would tell all existing HBO subscribers through partners like Hulu and Prime Channels that they can continue to pay $14.99 a month and not receive the additional content of HBO Max. That wouldn't drive up subscriber numbers. That would just anger a portion of their existing add-on subscribers to cancel.

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I don't know why they are still keeping the 4K HDR details under wraps...makes me think that it won't have any 4K support at launch
Crossing my fingers that 4K HDR will be included!
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Crossing my fingers that 4K HDR will be included!
I hope you are correct.

But, this is AT&T. Over-hyped, overpriced and under featured is a more likely deliverable. Plus, they have gotten us to shell out $14.99 a month for years for HBO NOW/GO with an underwhelming 1080p stream. They seem confident in the press releases that their catalog of content will justify their pricing. We can hope that 4K HDR support from Netflix, Disney+ and Prime Video might prompt them to step up their game.

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According to this, Looney Tunes will launch with 880 minutes worth of new shorts: https://www.cartoonbrew.com/streamin...ay-190070.html
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But the big news for classical cartoon fans is that Warner Bros. Animation’s new “cartoonist-driven” Looney Tunes shorts will be available on launch day as a Max Original. They are being packaged as 80 11-minute episodes, with each episode comprised of shorts of varying lengths.
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From what I’ve read, HBO Now/Go isn’t even native 1080p, it’s upscaled 720p. If they offer the same quality streams they’re offering now I’m going to pass.

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I hope you are correct.

But, this is AT&T. Over-hyped, overpriced and under featured is a more likely deliverable. Plus, they have gotten us to shell out $14.99 a month for years for HBO NOW/GO with an underwhelming 1080p stream. They seem confident in the press releases that their catalog of content will justify their pricing. We can hope that 4K HDR support from Netflix, Disney+ and Prime Video might prompt them to step up their game.
So much of their competition streams 4K HDR that I’m optimistic they’ll have it. Without it, it’s harder to justify their premium price. But looks like we’ll have to wait for the launch and see
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Would be pleased to see a similar distribution announcement for PRIME VIDEO CHANNELS.

HBO Max Sets Apple Deal For Streaming Distribution
https://deadline.com/2020/04/hbo-max...on-1202918784/

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Would be pleased to see a similar distribution announcement for PRIME VIDEO CHANNELS.

HBO Max Sets Apple Deal For Streaming Distribution
https://deadline.com/2020/04/hbo-max...on-1202918784/
"Existing HBO Now customers who are billed through the App Store and HBO subscribers through Apple TV channels will be able to get HBO Max for free"

glad to have confirmation that HBO through Apple Channels will get you HBO Max for free...I currently am subscribed to HBO through Amazon Channels (as well as my FiOS cable package)...hopefully they give cable subscribers free access as well since I'm technically already paying for HBO
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