Spectrum TV has made major streaming service additions to its digital cable service and live TV app with HBO Max and YouTube, parent Charter has announced. You’ll be able to access both apps on channels 2004 for HBO Max and 2003 for YouTube, or on the platform’s guide via the search or apps menu. You’ll need, of course, a subscription to access HBO Max at $10 per month with ads or $15 ad-free.
Along with Netflix, HBO Max and YouTube are the first streaming channels available directly through the Spectrum Guide. “As the video landscape continues to change, we are evolving our products and making it easier for our customers to watch what they want by providing access to streaming apps from convenient launch points within the Spectrum TV experience,” said Spectrum VP Elena Ritchie.
As Spectrum notes, Warner’s HBO Max offers 13,000 hours of premium content from brands HBO, DC, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim and Studio Ghibli. It also includes all 2021 Warner Bros. films (Dune, Godzilla vs. Kong and more) available the same day the films debut in theaters. That’s a boon to movie fans not ready to go to theaters with the pandemic still raging, but a consternation to some of the filmmakers involved.
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