Disney and Warner Bros Partner Up and Will Release a Disney+, Hulu, and HBO Max Bundle

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With many streaming services to choose from, a few people have a hard time choosing which ones to subscribe to. Luckily, Disney and Warner Bros. Discovery announced their major partnership, bringing their fans a Disney+, Hulu, and HBO Max bundle! It will be available in the U.S. this coming summer.

However, the companies have yet to release the official pricing of the bundle, but they mentioned that both ad-supported and ad-free plans will be available.

Fans can expect the following entertainment brands in the bundle:

  • ABC
  • CNN
  • DC
  • Discovery
  • Food Network
  • FX
  • HBO
  • HGTV
  • Hulu
  • Marvel
  • Pixar
  • Searchlight
  • Warner Bros.
  • Disney
  • and more!

Users can easily purchase this bundle on any of the three aforementioned streaming sites. They can also expect more specific information in the following months.

Furthermore, President, Direct to Consumer, Disney Entertainment Joe Earley expressed his excitement for this partnership. He mentioned that he was very pleased with Hulu’s success on Disney+ and wants to continue this with HBO Max.

He also wants to offer his beloved subscribers more “choices and value” by “giving them access to blockbuster films, originals, and three massive libraries featuring the very best brands and entertainment in streaming today.”

Why the partnership?

Many are theorizing that these major companies decided to team up to catch up with their major competitors, with Netflix being one of them.

Meanwhile, netizens are having a great laugh on social media. They are saying that these sites are essentially going back to cable.

However, some are worried that the bundle will be costly, skyrocketing at $80 per month.

Others retaliated, saying that it could be cheap at first, but if this financial strategy succeeds, Disney and Warner Bros would definitely raise the prices.

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