Big news in the streaming world. Starting this summer, Disney and Warner Bros. Discovery will offer a streaming service that will include their Disney+, Hulu and Max platforms. “This incredible new partnership puts subscribers first, giving them access to blockbuster movies, originals and three huge libraries with the best brands and entertainment streaming today,” said Joe Earley of Disney Entertainment.

In this way, the new package will also include Abc, Cnn, DC, Discovery, Food Network, FX, HBO, Hgtv, Marvel, Pixar, and Searchlight and will go for a two-option service for consumers: with or without commercials. In this case Disney will play the role of distributor and will pay the due percentage of the fees to Warner Bros Discovery.

“This new offering gives consumers the largest entertainment collection at the best price in the streaming industry and will help increase subscribers and strengthen loyalty,” JB Perrette, CEO and President of Global Streaming and Games, Warner Bros. Discovery.

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