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Every Show and Movie That's Been Quietly Removed From HBO Max So Far
By JENNA BUSCH
Most of the news surrounding the Warner Bros. Discovery merger has been over the cancellation of the "Batgirl" movie and "Scoob! Holiday Haunt," but other movies and shows have been quietly disappearing from HBO Max. A report from IndieWire states those being targeted have "an opportunity for a partial write-off," so here's what's already gone.
MOVIES that left
-"Moonshot"
-"An American Pickle"
-"The Witches" (2020)
-"Superintelligence"
-"Charm Young Kings"
-"Locked Down"
shows that left
-"Vinyl"
-"Mrs. Fletcher"
-"Camping"
-"Run"
-"K Street"
-"Chad"
-"At Home with Amy Sedaris"
David Zaslav, the new CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery, has unveiled a roadmap for the company that includes a 10-year plan for the DC franchise, and HBO Max and discovery+ will be combined into one streaming service starting summer 2023. Some fans are understandably worried that popular shows like "Harley Quinn" or "Our Flag Means Death" might not survive this purge.