HBO Max Review: Is the service worth it?

HBO Max Review

As a person who has grown fond of Television over the years, I never conceived a world where such abundance of content will be floating around. Other than the usual TV and network offerings, the newly popularized streaming services are bringing a steady flow of content to the viewers. Market leaders such as Amazon, Netflix, and Hulu have become familiar words across the globe.

HBO Max vs Netflix vs Hulu

HBO Max: The current industry landscape

Most recently, Disney+ has ventured into the online streaming business and made an impactful entry. Disney+ was launched only a couple of months ago. Nevertheless, the nascent streaming service has managed to amass a whopping 54.5 million subscribers. Now, HBO has decided to benefit from the trend by launching itrs streaming service called HBO Max.

The number of options viewers have in regards with the streaming service providers is quite overwhelming. It is important to realize that all streaming platforms cater to a slightly different group of people. Figuring out the one that suits you best can be a challenging task.

HBO Max: What is it good for?

The giant streamer, that will cost you higher than any of its main competitors, will bring to you 10,000 fun-filled hours of content, including but no limited to 2,000 feature films from Warner Bros. and others. The movies include “A Star Is Born” (2018), “Joker,” “Aquaman,” Crazy Rich Asians,” “Suicide Squad,” “The Matrix,” “The Wizard of Oz,” “Wonder Woman,” among others.

Popular TV series such as Friends, Rick and Morty, and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air will also be available for streaming on HBO Max.

HBO Max: Pricing

HBO Max will carry a slightly higher price tag at $15/month. But there’s a promotion where the monthly subscription will cost $12/month. The deal is on till 2:59 AM Eastern Time, so its best to rush to the offer and save those 3 bucks.

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