- Feb 14, 2007
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It’s…… definitely an uneasy feeling…..
My guess is that if the Workshop is still playing ball with HBO by the time this happens, they will probably focus more on the current end of the catalog, and maybe throw some bones to millennial parents now and then. In the current social climate, where YouTube is essentially setting an industry-wide standard for age-group segregation, it almost doesn't make sense to keep the "Classics" end (if they even keep it hereafter) under the same name with the current content more suitable for today's kids. After all, they are the more ubiquitous demographic here; we're just geeks, nerds and nostalgics.Is the whole of a combined HBO Max-Discovery+ greater than its streaming parts? Warner Bros. Discovery is going to find out next year. The media company announced a timeline for the two services to…variety.com
I thought that at first too, but then I realized the people behind the things they scrapped (e.g. Batgirl) were likely also under contract.I bet Sesame Street will continue after the merge, if only restricted to the current modern-day half-hour episodes, as they are still on contract.