The End of HBO Max is Coming (Animation ISN'T Safe)

HBO Max is in trouble, along with Cartoon Network and Warner Bros shows. HBO Max is combining with Discovery Plus next year to form a new streaming service. Kids and animation content is being cancelled, with Scoob: Holiday Haunt, Little Ellen, and Infinity Train being the start.

As Warner Bros Discovery CEO David Zaslav revealed on the recent investors call, the company is getting stricter with its content. What this means for Cartoon Network and Warner Bros animation is that certain projects may get cancelled. The Amazing World of Gumball reboot, the upcoming Looney Tunes movies, the adult Scooby-Doo Velma spinoff, Adventure Time: Fionna and Cake, are just a few examples of what may be on the chopping block. Which cartoons will survive this new corporate strategy? How will Cartoon Network deal with everything?

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