HBO Max is the latest entrant in the increasingly crowded streaming service market, facing established players such as Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime Video.
HBO Max, which launches on May 27, comes from WarnerMedia and will include all HBO titles as well as original content and holds exclusive streaming rights for beloved TV shows like “Friends,” “The Big Bang Theory” and “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.”
The new streaming service also has several upcoming projects that have already generated buzz, including a “Friends” reunion special and a reboot of the hit teen drama, “Gossip Girl.”
The launch of HBO Max comes just a month after mobile-only streaming service, Quibi, made its debut. In the last year, the industry saw the launch of other streaming services such as Apple’s Apple TV+ and Disney’s Disney+. Later this summer, NBCUniversal is slated to launch its own streaming service, called Peacock.
From the streaming service’s original content to how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting its launch, here is everything you need to know about HBO Max.
What is HBO Max?
HBO Max is a new streaming service provided by WarnerMedia. It will offer HBO titles and movies and TV shows from WarnerMedia. The streaming service will also offer original