Netflix used to have a large dominance over the streaming service industry, but lately many big players are coming out with their own competition, including Warner Media.  Disney already announced their own streaming service and pulled a lot of Marvel properties from Netflix.  Now Warner Media might be pulling the Arrowverse for its own streaming service.

CCO at Turner Entertainment Kevin Reilly confirmed that Friends and The Big Bang Theory will come to Warner Media’s streaming service, and he hinted that CW shows such as The Flash, Arrow, and Riverdale could end up there as well after their deal with Netflix ends this spring.  Also looking to join the Warner Media streaming service is HBO content and additional original programming.

The Warner Media Streaming service is unnamed at the moment and would be a third source of Warner entertainment after HBO Go/Now and the DC Universe service.  It is unknown at the moment whether or not the DC Universe, and its original shows like Titans and Doom Patrol, thousands of comics, and more, will appear on the medium or if any bundle deals may be offered.  It is possible that shows could show up on one or more platforms should the executives decide that its valuable.  What do you think about the potential move?  Let us know in the comments!

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