Reports: “Westworld” is leaving HBO Max after it was cancelled
- Multiple outlets reported Monday that HBO Max is pulling “Westworld” from its website.
- Warner Bros. has just made a new cost-saving initiative. Discovery.
- After four seasons, the show was abruptly cancelled.
You might want to catch up on HBO’s Westworld if you haven’t already.
Warner Bros. Discovery plans to pull the sci-fi series via its streaming service HBO Max. Multiple outlets include Warner Bros. VarietyAnd Deadline,Report on Monday.
These reports come after the show’s unexpected cancellation following four seasons. According to reports Joss Whedon’s show “The Nevers”, which aired for half of a season, will also end.
Warner Bros. Since the WarnerMedia and Discovery merger, Discovery has been cutting costs.
The company has cancelled the release of the “Batgirl” movieThe movie was being made for HBO Max.
Warner Bros. saves money by pulling titles from the service. Discovery money on residuals paid for cast and crew.
“Westworld,” “The Nevers,” and “The Nevers,” could be moving to a free, advertising-supported service, a Warner Bros. Space. Deadline claims that Discovery has been exploring.
In 2023, the company will combine Discovery+ and HBO Max to create a single streaming platform.
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