Looks like Discovery+ won’t be killed after all

What is there to say at this point?

A hundred years ago (August 2022), newly formed Warner Bros. Discovery announced the exciting merger of HBO Max and Discovery+ that would combine their respective masculinities and femininities (no kidding) into one massive streaming channel. It turns out they’re changing course more than a little. Accordingly The Hollywood Reporter, don’t kill Discovery+. Instead, it will live on with a range of its own content, and HBO Max may have some Discovery+ content, but Discovery+ will remain as a discount service should you so choose MILF mansion but don’t want to house of the dragon.

You read that right. All of the cancellations, disappearing shows, and tax write-offs for HBO Max now are not only tragic, but potentially pointless. It also exposes the folly of thinking that these two libraries complement each other in any way outside of MBA fan fiction. That doesn’t mean you can’t love flip or flop And The White Lotus (or any other combination of shows), but Warner Bros. Discovery chose a profoundly bad moment to pretend there’s an infinite pool of money out there for streaming services or that fans will vote for whatever HBO Max will be will because Chip and Joanna are Gaines Also There.

Even if this destroys any hope of production Fixer Upper: The Last of Us, it could be the worst corporate decision ever. Stay tuned to see if they reverse that decision as well.

(above The Hollywood Reporter)

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Jaclyn Diaz

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