It is currently not clear when West world will be removed from Warner Bros. Discovery’s flagship streaming service, but it probably won’t be the only one. The reports show that HBO’s Love life and The Nevers will also have to look for new housing.
When we checked Monday night, all three shows were still available on the service. IndieWire points out a tweet from Gordita Chronicles creator Claudia Forestieri indicating that last weekend would be the last for her show (which is also still streaming for now), so the ax could fall very soon.
In August around 200 Sesame Street episodes have been removed from HBO Max
The cut reportedly comes during a “financial review” at the company, it said deadline, who reports that they will “probably resurface on other business platforms.” Variety indicates that WBD’s cost cutting occurs when the entertainment conglomerate cuts off remaining payments to the cast and crew.
Ever since David Zaslav took over the company that emerged from the merger of WarnerMedia and Discovery earlier this year, it’s been clear that HBO Max was in dire straits; before the deal was even finalized, executives told investors how they would look for “content efficiency.”
We’ve had one ever since bat girl project canned, about 200 episodes of Sesame Street removed from streaming and dozens of other titles like Infinite train and Moonshot suffer the same fate now reportedly coming West world. But I don’t think many people would have guessed that the latter would end up on the chopping block; it was one of HBO’s tentpole shows in the era that many people still loved Game of Thrones and turned to the network for Serious Entertainment.
While West worldThe ratings have definitely dropped over the four seasons, that will be hard to trust something will remain on the streaming service if the show is actually discontinued. Maybe I’d better finally take a look The sopranos and The wirein case that.