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Warner Bros. has inked a huge deal with Canada’s Crave for Harry Potter, Game Of Thrones, and more


Warner Bros. and Discovery have come up with a massive multi-year plan that has movie fans all over the world very excited. The media giant is set to produce several multi-billion dollar projects, including the highly anticipated Harry Potter TV series, upcoming prequels, and spin-offs of the popular franchise, Game Of Thrones. After huge deals with Reliance Jio Cinema in India, Warner Bros. and HBO made headlines by striking a massive multi-year deal with Canada’s popular streaming service, Crave.

Warner Bros. multi-year deal with Crave

According to the latest reporting by Deadline, Warner Bros. and Discovery have extended their licensing agreement with Crave since 2019, and signed a multi-year deal worth a hefty price tag to stream all of their upcoming ambitious projects across Canada. Karen Moses, senior vice president of Bell Media, the parent company of Crave, CTV, and the CTV app, confirmed the reports in a recent statement and called the new partnership with Warner Bros. a milestone. an agreement.”

All brand new shows from the rebranded WBD Max streamer will be launching soon on Crave in Canada. This list includes all of the ambitious projects produced by Warner Bros., Discovery and HBO, including the decade-old Harry Potter TV series and Colin Farrell starrer The Penguin, all of the upcoming DC movies and series, and the most anticipated Game Of Thrones spin-offs and prequels. Including House Of The Dragon Season 2.

HBO Max content is available on Crave

Along with upcoming projects, all popular pre-existing projects from Warner Bros, Discovery, HBO, and HBO Max, including the Game of Thrones series, House of the Dragon, The Big Bang Theory, Friends, and all the popular DC movies, the Lord of the Rings trilogy True Detective, The Last Of Us, and many other projects are currently available for streaming in Canada on Crave.

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Joanna Swanson

Joanna Swanson is Europe correspondent at the Thomson Reuters Foundation based in Brussels covering politics, culture, business, climate change, society, economies and inclusive tech. With specific focus in breaking news, she has covered some of the world's most significant stories.