It’s Just Max Now, But HBO Is Still the Star on WBD’s Streaming Service | Charts

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HBO content accounts for just over 20% of the demand for Max’s TV catalog, per Parrot Analytics data

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Jeremy Strong and Sarah Snook in a still from the final season of "Succession." (HBO)

HBO built its reputation by producing some of the most influential and groundbreaking television shows of all time, including “The Sopranos,” “Sex and the City” and “Game of Thrones.” These shows became cultural phenomena and established HBO as a hallmark of premium television.

Warner Bros. Discovery, the parent company of HBO, has successfully transitioned into the digital age with its streaming service, Max. It serves as the first-run platform for HBO’s renowned legacy series, new releases, and original content created specifically for streaming. HBO network content accounts for approximately 21% of the demand for Max’s TV catalog, with Max originals contributing another 9%.

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One response to “It’s Just Max Now, But HBO Is Still the Star on WBD’s Streaming Service | Charts”

  1. Todd Sands Avatar
    Todd Sands

    What a drab press release; it says nothing. It certainly doesn’t say anything about how viewers are frustrated that on Max, HBO was overwhelmed with garbage reality tv. Or that the ‘chart-topping’ series Our Flag Means Death was canceled right after its ‘chart-topping’ second season. It’s a weak, corporate little cry of protest against the reality that peak tv has plummeted, and the obsession with ‘chart’ing here goes a long way to explain why. 

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