Just over a year after launching in the U.S., HBO Max will start its international rollout. Warnermedia’s streaming platform will debut in Latin America in late June before coming to parts of Europe later in the year.
Thirty-nine territories across Latin America and the Caribbean will get HBO Max in June. Subscribers to existing streaming service HBO Go will have instant access to the new platform; HBO Go will be phased out, like in the U.S.
While the full content slate at launch has yet to be unveiled, the announcement video features many animation properties, including Rick and Morty, The Powerpuff Girls, Scooby-Doo, Looney Tunes, We Bare Bears, Paw Patrol, and Adventure Time: Distant Lands. Warnermedia also promises local originals and “a new kids experience featuring a deep catalog of content for children of all ages.”