USA TODAY reports Dish Network adds HBO Max, brings back HBO and Cinemax for TV customers


Big news for Dish Network subscribers: HBO is making a comeback.

The TV carrier announced Thursday it will add the HBO Max streaming platform to its Dish TV service, as well as bring back HBO and Cinemax for subscribers after reaching a new agreement with WarnerMedia.

Dish TV customers can subscribe to the ad-free version of HBO Max for $12 a month for up to 12 months as part of a promotion. HBO Max’s ad-free plan typically costs $14.99 a month. Subscribers to Dish TV can also add Cinemax for $10 a month.

“Our customers now have greater choice in the content they can access,” said Brian Neylon, group president of Dish TV, in a statement. “HBO Max and Cinemax offer iconic, beloved and acclaimed content that our customers will enjoy.”

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