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HBO Max Slashes Price in Half After Leaving Amazon Prime Video

As of September 15, HBO is no longer available as a subscription through Amazon Prime Video Channels. However, former subscribers don’t have to miss out on their favorite HBO shows.

Starting today, those who accessed HBO via Prime Video Channels, as well as all new and returning HBO Max subscribers, can enjoy their favorite HBO programming and HBO Max’s more than 13,000 hours of content, on the HBO Max ad-free monthly plan at a 50% discount.

HBO Max Slashes Price in Half After Leaving Amazon Prime Video

This new limited time promotion of $7.49 per month for up to six months is available through September 26. Customers can sign up at or via distribution partners Apple, Google, LG, Microsoft, Sony, Roku and Vizio.

The HBO Max catalog of programming includes HBO and Max Original series as well as content from iconic brands like Warner Bros., DC, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, Turner Classic Movies and more.

For the remainder of the year, the HBO Max ad-free plan will continue to offer day-and-date premieres of Warner Bros. films in the US, arriving in theaters and on the platform on the same day. Currently, in theaters and on the platform is Malignant, the latest creation from the Conjuring universe.

Cry Macho, from Clint Eastwood, arrives today. Following in October is The Many Saints of Newark, a Sopranos story, and the highly anticipated Dune.

November brings King Richard, with Will Smith as the father determined to write his daughters, Venus and Serena, into history.

The Matrix Resurrections, the latest in the groundbreaking franchise, arrives in December.

Upcoming programming includes the third season of the Max Original drama series Doom Patrol (9/23), the third season of HBO’s Emmy-winning drama series Succession (10/17), and the fifth and final season of the Emmy-winning HBO comedy series Insecure (10/24).

Also coming are season eleven of Curb Your Enthusiasm (October), season two of the Max Original anthology series Love Life (10/28), season three of the Max Original unscripted series Selena + Chef (October), the final six episodes of the first season of the Max Original series Gossip Girl (November) and season two of How to with John Wilson (November).

HBO Max also includes an expansive slate of kids and family originals featuring a Cartoonito preschool programming block with series including Little Ellen and the upcoming season two of Sesame Workshop’s The Not-Too-Late Show with Elmo.

You can also look forward to Cartoon Network’s smash hits for bigger kids, including Teen Titans Go! and upcoming We Bare Bears spinoff We Baby Bears; as well as programs for everyone in the family to enjoy together including the upcoming Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai, Unicorn: Warriors Eternal, and the recently-announced Harry Potter: Hogwarts Tournament of Houses.

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