HBO Max Y Warner Bros they have all gone hand in hand the productions of DC Comics, both in the movies of the shared universe What with very interesting series like ‘Watchman‘ either ‘The peacemaker‘, among other. But now, a new agreement will allow DC animated content that was seen on HBO can also be seen on Amazon.
All DC animated cinema can be seen on Prime Video
Animated versions of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and the rest of the DC Universe will have a new home on Amazon. While at Content London, Warner Bros. Television Studios President and CEO Channing Dungey spoke about the studio’s future animation plans and about how Warner Bros. Discovery is looking to move onto different platforms besides HBO Max.
According to a Deadline report, Dungey explained:
“With animation, we used to stay at home, but now we’re doing it on different platforms. HBO Max is the first stop, but we’re in the process of closing a big deal with Amazon that features DC-branded content in animation.”
HBO Max has been home to new episodes of “Young Justice” and “Harley Quinn,” which it inherited from the DC Universe streaming service. Dungey did not elaborate on the deal, but this has to do with the profitability of selling content to third parties, such as more traditional television, echoed the opinion of Showtime’s entertainment president, Jana Winogradeyesterday by stating that the series will be made with less budget in the coming years due to the global cost of living crisis and that we would have to “buckle up“, hinting that the Paramount-owned team will spend less on mid-level series.
“There’s been a feeling for a while that if you’re not spending $10 million for an hour of content, you’re not doing your job. But you don’t need that to make a great series and to do things differently in the pandemic underscored it. People are looking more at production costs after spending a period of time trapped in a spending bubble that ended with the covid-19 pandemic. I’d love to avoid a writers’ strike, but there are some issues that need to be resolved and we need to be prepared for the worst.”