If $ 15 per month seems a little too much for HBO Max, don’t worry. You’ll soon have another option to watch Friends Reunion, Jack Snyder’s Justice League and Game of Thrones. An ad-supported scheme will arrive in the first week of June. It will cost $ 10 a month.
HBO Max, along with the advertising plan, includes access to the platform’s full content library—with a major caveat.
You won’t be able to watch movies released by WarnerMedia on HBO Max and in theaters on the same day this year—at least not during the first 30 days when they are available to stream. You will be able to see them later when you return to HBO Max.
June is going to be a big month for HBO Max. By the end of the month, the service will expand to 39 additional countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, though only with an ad-free plan.
HBO streaming services in Spain, Portugal, Central Europe and the Nordics will get an upgrade to HBO Max later this year.
.@hbomax announces ad-supported tier pricing of $9.99 launching the first week of June, previews new original series and content premieres and debuts advertising experience at 2021 @warnermedia upfront: https://t.co/2vcxrKGqy1
— Inside HBO Max (@InsideHBOMax) May 19, 2021
The year is 2002, it’s Thursday night, and you rush home to catch the latest episode of Friends. Now get ready for it to happen all over again. Friends: The Reunion is streaming May 27 on HBO Max. #FriendsReunion pic.twitter.com/1ZrHq4HxSM
— HBO Max (@hbomax) May 19, 2021