HBO Max review | TechRadar


The One-Minute Review

HBO Max rockets into the streaming stratosphere with a hefty content payload – by far its most enticing quality. Boasting an impressive 10,000 hours of shows and movies, curated from a wide range of “hubs”, you won’t be hanging around waiting for new content to drop. With options to create multiple profiles, parental controls, offline downloads and the choice to watch over several screens simultaneously, it’s primed for household usage. 

This isn’t HBO’s first streaming service, after all: it follows on from the existing HBO Now and HBO Go. While under the HBO banner, the Max service hails from both WarnerMedia and HBO, under the stewardship of parent company, AT&T. What does this mean? Well, for starters: the variety of content available is staggering. Included in its array of content hubs: the entire HBO catalog, the DC Universe, TCM, CrunchyRoll, Looney Tunes, Studio Ghibli, and Cartoon Network. 



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