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HBO Max In August 2020: 143 New Titles

HBO Max next month (August 2020) plans to add 143 new TV shows and movies to its lineup, including series or season finales for three original HBO shows. The new titles will include the season finale of Perry Mason (pictured above), the HBO original murder mystery based loosely (very loosely) on the 1950s TV trial

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Does AT&T Want Out Of TV?

Q. I don’t understand what AT&T is doing with DIRECTV or U-verse, either. They raise prices. They stop selling it in some places. It makes no sense to me. It doesn’t seem like they really want to be in the TV business even though they paid all that money for DIRECTV. What’s the deal with

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HBO Max: Why Roku & Fire TV Aren’t Carrying It

Q. I don’t understand why HBO Max isn’t on Roku and Fire TV. They are the only streaming devices I have and everyone I talk to has one or both of those. So why isn’t HBO Max on them like everything else like Netflix and Hulu? Doesn’t Roku and Fire TV know that people might

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HBO Max: Why You Can’t Watch It On Hulu Or YouTube TV

Q. I have HBO through Hulu on my Roku and I am supposed to get HBO Max, too. But I can’t seem to find the extra programming that everyone is talking about on HBO Max like Friends. What am I missing here? — Christi, Taos, New Mexico.  Christi, welcome to the confusing world of HBO

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HBO Max: Still Not On Roku Or Fire TV

Nine days after launch, HBO Max this morning is still not available on Roku and Amazon’s Fire TV, the nation’s two leading streaming devices. Tony Goncalves, CEO of AT&T’s Otter Media, which manages HBO Max, tells The Verge that he hopes that deals can eventually be struck with all important devices, including Roku and Fire

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HBO Max: Where Can You Watch It?

Q. I saw your article about HBO Max not being on Roku and Fire TV. So where can you watch it? Which streaming devices? — Karen, Yonkers, New York.  Karen, first let me offer some background on HBO Max for those who are not familiar with AT&T’s new streaming service. HBO Max, which launched today

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HBO Max: Not Available On Roku & Fire TV

The AT&T-owned HBO Max is scheduled to debut next week, but as of this morning, the new streaming service will not be available on arguably the two leading streaming devices, Roku and Amazon’s Fire TV. John Stankey, AT&T’s CEO, acknowledged last week at an industry conference that HBO Max would likely not be available on

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