Netflix announced earlier this year that it will release one original production per week and, for now, is keeping its promise. And perhaps the reason for their steady progress has been revealed in recent days: the growth of streaming platforms across the globe.
After all, with the launch of Amazon Prime Video and Disney +, some of their titles were phased out because they were owned by other companies. In March, the service lost nearly eighty productions, such as “The Godfather” and “The House of Wax”, with the announcement of the recent Paramount +. And now more works will come out of your catalog.
HBO Max, previously exclusive to the United States and other countries in the northern hemisphere, will arrive nationwide in June and lead to a huge drop in the titles available on Netflix – in other words, anyone belonging to the brands. following: HBO, Warner Bros., New Line, DC, CNN, Cartoon Network, Looney Tunes Cartoons, TNT, TBS, truTV and Adult Swim. Do you plan to subscribe to HBO Max to watch these titles?
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