HBO Max Launches on Prime Video in the U.S.

Prime Video Channels adds HBO Max back to its robust offerings for U.S. customers.

Warner Bros. Discovery and Amazon today announced that HBO Max is once again available on Prime Video Channels in the U.S.

Prime customers can sign up for HBO Max for $14.99 per month. Subscribers will have access to 15,000 hours of curated premium content. Additionally, subscribers will have access to the expanded content offering that will be available in Warner Bros. Discovery’s enhanced streaming service when it launches next year.

“We strive to offer customers the best and widest selection of premium content available for their everyday viewing experience,” said Cem Sibay, Vice President, Prime Video. “It’s truly been a milestone year for Prime Video, and we are humbled by the viewer engagement and critics’ response to our marquee releases. Now with the addition of HBO Max again, customers can easily add this subscription and enjoy even more award-winning and fan favorite entertainment on Prime Video.”

Warner Bros. Discovery is committed to making HBO Max available to as broad an audience as possible while also advancing our data-driven approach to understanding our customers and best serving their viewing interests. Today, we are thrilled to take an important step forward by announcing that HBO Max is returning to Prime Video Channels,” said Bruce Campbell, Chief Revenue and Strategy Officer, Warner Bros. Discovery. 

JB Perrette, CEO and President, Global Streaming and Games, Warner Bros. Discovery added, “Our common goal is to delight customers with great content and continue to collaborate and innovate so we can best serve our subscribers.”

HBO Max is a one-of-a-kind streaming service, delivering unique stories, complex characters, immersive new worlds, and innovative entertainment across every genre. HBO Max delivers a great array of series, movies, and specials for audiences of all ages to love, consistently surfacing fresh, distinctive, talk-worthy programming from HBO, Warner Bros., and DC, as well as Max Originals and blockbuster films.

New HBO Max subscribers can enjoy recent award-winning programming such as HOUSE OF THE DRAGON, THE WHITE LOTUS, SUCCESSION, and HACKS, as well as iconic drama series like GAME OF THRONES, THE SOPRANOS, and THE WIRE and comedies FRIENDS and THE BIG BANG THEORY. Upcoming programming includes the third and final season of the HBO Original drama series HIS DARK MATERIALS, the second season of the Max Original GOSSIP GIRL, the four part HBO docuseries BRANSON, the fourth season of the Max Original DOOM PATROL (12/8), the Max Original concert special LIZZO: LIVE IN CONCERT (12/31), and the premiere of the HBO Original drama series THE LAST OF US (1/15), based on the critically acclaimed video game of the same name.

Prime members can subscribe with no extra apps to download beyond Prime Video, and no cable required by visiting The channel subscription can be canceled at any time.

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