HBO Max and Discovery+ are combining next year

HBO Max and Discovery+ are finally joining forces.

The long-awaited merger of the two services will debut in the U.S. next summer before being rolled out overseas, Warner Bros. Discovery announced on Thursday during its second quarter earnings call.

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