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HBO Max Nabs Exclusive Streaming Rights to South Park

October 30, 2019 | Posted by Jeremy Thomas
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South Park has a new streaming home next year, and it will be on HBO Max. Variety reports that the WarnerMedia-backed streaming service has picked up the rights to the Comedy Central cartoon in a deal with between $500 million to $550 million. That deal covers all 23 seasons of the series to day along with three more seasons to come.

New episodes of South Park will be available on HBO Max 24 hours after their Comedy Central premiere. The deal adds another series to the service’s offerings alongside The Big Bang Theory, Doctor Who (including future seasons), the Studio Ghibli films, Rick and Morty, all HBO series (including Game of Thrones), Friends and many more.

HBO Max will launch in May of next year and will run $14.99, and will be free for HBO NOW subscribed through HBO itself. Additionally, AT&T wireless customers who subscribe to AT&T’s services will get a free one-year subscription.

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