HBO Max courts cord-cutters with modern version of a TV bundle

Will 'Friends,' 'Pretty Little Liars' convince you to subscribe to HBO Max?

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HBO Max is hoping to create a new version of the classic TV bundle for cord-cutters.

HBO’s parent company, AT&T, announced in July it is launching the new streaming service, HBO Max, which will offer movies and TV shows from other media companies in addition to its existing content.

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The company touted new, exclusive media acquisitions, highlighting “Friends,” “Pretty Little Liars” and “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” in a press release.

The buzz surrounding an HBO "Friends" reunion show in the works has benefitted the announcement.

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HBO Max will launch commercially in spring 2020, reportedly with 10,000 hours of content.

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