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- HBO Max will be released in six European countries on October 26.
- The new countries are Andorra, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Spain and Sweden.
- Warner also revealed that 14 European countries will receive this service next year.
HBO Max was originally a video streaming service limited to the United States, but later entered Latin America and the Caribbean. WarnerMedia confirmed earlier this year that several European countries will receive this service in 2021, and the relevant details have now been announced.
The company announced that HBO Max will enter six new European markets starting October 26, namely Andorra, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Spain and Sweden.
WarnerMedia added that by 2022, the service will enter another 14 markets. You can view a list of these 14 locales below.
- Bosnia and Herzegovina (abbreviation: Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Czech Republic
- North Macedonia
The company also revealed that “additional regional releases” will take place in 2022, although it does not list any specific regions in this regard.
There is no news on the price points of European consumers, but Warner has confirmed that it will hold a virtual event next month to reveal more details (including pricing and content).
Want to know what’s on HBO Max before signing up for the service? You can view our summary of the best movies and best TV shows on the platform.