Warner Bros. are one of the biggest and busiest film studios in the world and their expansion looks set to continue with the introduction of their new untitled streaming service that is due to be launched later this year.
As of 2019, Warner Bros. own the rights to over 7,500 feature-films and over 4,500 television programmes. Therefore, a new streaming service from the entertainment giant could boast a huge and expansive library of content for viewers to watch.
It was announced earlier this week that Warner Bros. will create an all-new animated TV series based on the popular film series, Gremlins, specifically for their new streaming service. According to Collider, this new series and other potential original content will arrive on the service from 2020 and beyond.
However, besides this new Gremlins adaptation, what else could make it on to the Warner Bros. streaming service when it launches later in 2019?
First and foremost, the main content that will flood the streaming service when it launches will be films. Luckily for Warner Bros. they've created and own some of the biggest names in the movie-making business.
Potential franchises they could bring over to their upcoming streaming service include the immensely popular Harry Potter series, as well as films from DC's expanding cinematic universe, including Aquaman, and even a huge selection of films by acclaimed director, Christopher Nolan.
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The company's reach in the world of television could bring a whole swathe of great TV to the streaming service too.
It's unlikely as HBO have their own streaming service already but it could be possible that Warner Bros. consolidate all their media into one place.
You can expect the streaming service to add to an ever-growing list of films and shows to the platform when it eventually launches later this year.
However, with such an immense library of content, you can't expect the lowest of prices for the service.
HBO's current service is priced at $15 a month and its been confirmed by Collider that the new Warner Bros. streaming service could be more expensive still.
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