John Oliver Dings “Business Daddy” Warner Bros. Discovery For Taking “Content Purge Up A Notch” With HBO Max Rebrand

john oliver congratulated last week tonight Viewers take a swing after “Business Daddy”; announces Warner Bros. Discovery’s rebranding HBO Maximum to max.

“Our business daddy took its stuff up a notch and kicked out the whole of HBO,” he said at the top of the late-night show.

Earlier this week, Warner Bros. Discovery announced its new streaming service that will merge content from streaming service hbo max and Discovery+. new streamer will be named simply known as Max,

“The Max service is a broad array of content that will be unmatched in the breadth, reach and excellence of its offering,” said Casey Bloys, President and CEO of HBO and Max Content. “We are unique because we have the best in all categories by any measure – be it ratings, awards, fandom. We know we can satisfy any craving because we carry brands that people love. At Max, they will find what they want, when they want it.

oliver has been before Criticism of cancellation of films and series in the Warner Bros. Discovery that included the DC film bat girl, Prior to this, Oliver worked for the streaming service HBO Max Pulling the show “to please Wall Street”. In last week tonight Season finale in November 2022, Oliver calls HBO’s parent company again adding that they were “too busy to cancel shows.”

Max will launch in the US on May 23, with all existing HBO Max subscribers able to access the new service. Service There will be three tiers of pricing Starts at $9.99 per month or $99.99 per year for the Max-Ad Lite tier, $15.99 per month, or $149.99 per year for the Max Ad Free tier, and $19.99 per month, or $199.99 per year for the Max Ultimate Ad Free tier with Streaming is also included in 4K.