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Amazon Prime Video signs deal with Warner Bros Discovery, will premiere HBO Max originals In India

Amazon Prime Video announced a collaboration with Warner Bros Discovery and a slate of eleven HBO Max Original series and 10 HBO Max original features on the service for Prime members in India. These include DC Super Hero series Peacemaker, Kaley Cuoco-starrer The Flight Attendant and And Just Like That – the new chapter of Sex and the City franchise.

The new Gossip Girl, Doom Patrol, Mindy Kaling and Justin Noble’s The Sex Lives of College Girls and Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin are also part of the slate. The slate also includes The Staircase; DMZ and Raised by Wolves. HBO Max originals Aquaman: King of Atlantis, An American Pickle, Superintelligence and Let Them All Talk. All these titles will premiere in India in July, except for Doom Patrol, Peacemaker and Raised By Wolves – they will premiere in August.

“At Prime Video, we believe in super-serving our customers and have built an incredible cadence in offering them premium international content, from blockbuster Amazon Originals to day-and-date premiere of the latest US TV shows, and a curated library of content in other foreign languages,” Manish Menghani, Director – Content Licensing, Amazon Prime Video India says.

He further said, “We are delighted to collaborate with Warner Bros DiscoveryWBD -0.6% to offer the latest and most popular HBO Max Original series and features exclusively to Prime Members in India. These include multiple seasons of critically acclaimed superhero series, shows curated for young adults, crime dramas and mysteries along with reboots of cult classics, and more. We are certain that the viewers will appreciate the diverse mix of genres and stories that the exclusive HBO Max slate offers.”

Additionally, Prime Video also offers add-on subscriptions to other streaming services, and rental access to select movies as part of Prime Video rentals. Forbes

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