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Which HBO Max series are in danger of being cancelled?

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hbo max will cease to be the platform we know after the news of the merger with Discovery, which will give rise to the creation of a new service of streamingwith a view to increasing its number of subscribers to 130 million by 2025 (currently the company accounts for 92 million).

However, after the cancellation of the film batgirl by the team at Warner and the removal of original content by HBO Max, some projects are in danger of being canceled since they might not be considered “priorities” within the company.

‘Batgirl’ was cancelled; tape was already in post-production months after its premiere

The portal TheWrap announced that HBO Max will lay off 70% of its staff and that in addition will stop making original fictionsincluding the series that had already been renewed and that now have two options: either they will become an HBO production, or they will join the list of canceled series and final seasons in 2022.

What series are in danger?

HBO Max assured that its most notable productions are safeseries like euphoria, Succession Y The House of the Dragon are considered a priority for the future of the platform. Also recently James Gunn assured that the series of peacemaker he will also continue with his plans.

However, productions such as:

  • The peacemaker
  • titans
  • Minx
  • Hacks
  • Our flag means death,
  • Doom Patrol
  • gossip-girl
  • Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin
  • The sex life of college girls
  • And Just Like That…
  • harley quinn

It is still unknown what the future of these series will be since everything will depend on which projects give more money than losses, this is because the union of WarnerMedia and Discovery, Inc. promises a bright future for the HBO Max brand but prioritizes reducing expenses and debts accumulated over the years.

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