SAN MARTÍN DE LA VEGA, SPAIN - JULY 30: General view of the famous water reservoir with the Warner logo at Parque Warner Madrid on July 30, 2021 in San Martin de la Vega, Spain. The theme park was inaugurated on April 5, 2002 and is divided into different spaces set on film and cartoon sets produced by Warner Bros. and DC Comics, as well as in various areas of the United States. Since 2006 it has held the award for the Safest Theme Park in Spain. In 2019 it received 2.26 million visitors, ranking among the twenty most visited theme parks in Europe. (Footage by David Benito/Getty Images)
Movies - TV
HBO Max Quietly Drops More Titles, Animation Takes A
Heavy Hit
HBO Max recently announced that more of its programs have been or will be removed by the end of the week, including many animated projects and 20 HBO Max originals. The streaming service stated, “As we work toward bringing our content catalogs together under one platform, we will be making changes to the content offering available on both HBO Max and discovery+.”
Many who have worked on these animated shows have voiced their frustration on Twitter with HBO’s decision to pull their projects, like Julia Pott, creator of “Summer Camp Island” and Levon Jihanian, art director of “Tig’ n Seek.” Jihanian encouraged viewers to watch the show as this might be the last chance, adding, “Probably won’t stream anywhere else. Absolutely infuriating.”
Animated includes:
“Aquaman: King of Atlantis”
“Close Enough”
“Esme & Roy”
“The Fungies!”
“Mao Mao, Heroes of Pure Heart”
“Mia’s Magic Playground”
“OK K.O.! – Let’s Be Heroes”
“Summer Camp Island”
“Infinity Train”
Live-action Includes:
“12 Dates of Christmas”
“About Last Night”
“Detention Adventure”
“Ellen’s Next Great Designer” “Generation Hustle”
“Make It Big, Make It Small”
“My Mom, Your Dad”
“Ravi Patel’s Pursuit of Happiness”