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HBO Max event: Rick and Morty, Green Lantern and all TV announcements

AT & T & # 39; s special HBO Max preview day was packed with programming announcements ranging from a new one Green lanterninspired show from Arrow and Flash producer Greg Berlanti Rick and Morty switch from Hulu to HBO Max.

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HBO Max, launched in May, is AT&T's response to Netflix, Hulu and Disney +. It has a few advantages in the flowing wars, especially over competitors such as Apple. WarnerMedia hosts thousands of movies and TV shows available at the launch. Some of its features come with dedicated fans – friends, or the DC Extended Universe (Batman against Superman, Aquarius). There are also a number of prestige series from his most prestigious network, HBO.

Having an extensive catalog is important (watch Disney +), but new shows and films are crucial. WarnerMedia previously announced a few new series on its way to HBO Max, including a reboot from The CW & # 39; s Gossip Girl. Today the network has made a number of announcements about new shows, films and exclusive streaming programs on the way to HBO. Shows are released weekly.

The full announcements can be read below:


HBO Max proposes US streaming rights Rick and Morty: Rick and Morty also leave Hulu. WarnerMedia has secured the streaming rights for the Adult Swim show in the United States. Rick and MortyFourth season premieres on November 10.

Greg Berlanti is working on two new DC shows: Superstar producer Greg Berlanti is working on two new DC Comics shows: Strange adventures and a Green lanterninspired series.

Strange adventures is a one-hour DC anthology series that will contain several DC characters. The show explores the intersecting lives of normal people and superhuman people. Little is known about the Green lanterninspired show.

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HBO Max proposes US streaming rights South Park: South Park leave Hulu! WarnerMedia has secured exclusive streaming rights in the US for the long-running Comedy Central show. All 23 South Park seasons become available on HBO Max in June 2020.

Ridley Scott introduces new sci-fi series Raised by wolvesat HBO Max: Raised by wolves, a serialized sci-fi series by master storyteller and filmmaker Ridley Scott, focuses on two androids involved in raising human children on a mysterious planet. "While the budding colony of people threatens to be torn apart by religious differences, the androids learn that controlling people's beliefs is a treacherous and difficult task," a press release says.


New episodes from Looney Tunes help complete the content of children on HBO Max: HBO Max is more than just content for adults and teenagers; it also has things for children. WarnerMedia has announced a completely new collection of Looney Tunes Cartoons and a new Jellystone series. A collection of classics from the Looney Tunes, Merrie Melodies and Hanna Barbera libraries will also be available at HBO Max. In addition, there is a new series of Academy Award winner named Robert Zemeckis Tooned Out, which is described as a hybrid live action and animated comedy.

Conan O & # 39; Brien sets five comic specials at HBO Max: Conan O & # 39; Brien brings five stand-up specials to HBO Max from the spring of 2020, but he doesn't necessarily play the lead role in all of these. The specials are launched exclusively on HBO Max and contain talent chosen by O & # 39; Brien.

New shows from Elizabeth Banks, Issa Rae and Mindy Kaling: Three new shows go to HBO Max from some of the most wanted showrunners working today. Elizabeth Banks " DC Super Hero HighFrom Issa Rae Rap Sh * t (a working title) and that of Mindy Kaling College Girls.

DC Super Hero High is a half-hour comedy that follows a group of students at a boarding school for gifted children. They don't know yet that they are superheroes and are just trying to figure out how to live as teenagers with special skills. Rap Sh * t is a half-hour comedy that follows a rap group for women, just outside Miami, trying to make it in the music industry. College Girls is a half-hour comedy with one camera that follows three freshmen at a university in Vermont.