Only one week after it tied down the rights to Studio Ghibli’s back catalogue, WarnerMedia’s HBO Max has handled another much-adored enlivened establishment. Beginning one year from now, the streaming administration will be the exclusive home of four new Adventure Time specials, reports Variety.
All in all, the unique cases will be titled Adventure Time: Distant Lands and will highlight a lot of natural faces, including fundamental characters Finn and Jake, just as BMO, Marceline, Princess Bubblegum and Peppermint Butler, among others. The initial two specials, BMO and Obsidian, will begin streaming at some point one year from now, with the last two, Wizard City and Together Again, scheduled to show up at some point later. Every special will be an hour long. After 10 seasons, the widely praised Cartoon Network arrangement finished last September, so this is an opportunity for fans to rejoin with characters they love.
For HBO Max, in the meantime, Adventure Time is a significant procurement, especially as it gets ready to go facing Disney+, which launches on November twelfth. Regularly, animation has been soundly in Disney’s wheelhouse, however with their up and coming to The Boondocks restoration and now Adventure Time, HBO and WarnerMedia have all the earmarks of being increasing their determination to deliver original content.
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