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Disney and Warner Bros. Discovery join forces

Disney and Warner Bros. Discovery join forces

Disney and Warner Bros. Discovery will collaborate on a new bundle for Disney+, Hulu and Max. The new bundle will be available in the US this summer.
Disney and Warner Bros. Discovery are joining forces to release a new streaming bundle that includes Disney+, Max and Hulu, as the companies try to battle major losses.


The new bundle will be available with and without advertisements. This makes the most popular series from the streaming services available, including The Bear, Shōgun, House of the Dragon and of course Bluey (2018).

The official release includes series and movies from "ABC, CNN, DC, Discovery, Disney, Food Network, FX, HBO, HGTV, Hulu, Marvel, Pixar, Searchlight, Warner Bros and many more" as part of the offering.

Disney Direct to Consumer President Joey Early said the new bundle could offer consumers "much more choice and value." “This exciting new partnership puts subscribers first, giving them access to movie blockbusters, Originals and three massive libraries of the best brands and entertainment available today,” he said in a statement.

The price of the new bundle is not yet known. For the time being, this is only available in the US. The release date for the new HBO Max has just been announced for the Netherlands and Belgium, while in the US it has been available for some time under the name Max. There is no release date for the bundle yet.
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