Warner Bros. Discovery Pulls All Programming from HBO Max, to Begin Pulling Shows from Unrelated Streamers

Fresh off pulling all original programming from the company's signature streamer HBO Max, Warner Bros. Discovery head David Zaslav has a new plan in mind: getting tax write-offs for his company by pulling shows he doesn't even produce from rival streamers. Zaslav has not yet detailed how he plans to receive a payout for his company by pulling shows from other streaming services, nor has he expressed how he will compel the other streamers to pull their shows for his company's own financial gain, but we're sure he'll figure it out. He has, however, set out a list of shows he plans to pull, which includes Netflix's Wednesday, Apple TV+'s The Morning Show, Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale, and Disney+'s The Mandalorian, all of which are expected to provide heavy write-offs once they are pulled. Zaslav has also set his sights on original movies, such as Hocus Pocus 2 and Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery. A full list of shows on rival streamers that Zaslav plans to pull can be seen here. If all goes as planned, the titles will be removed from their respective streaming outlets on April 31st.

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