Xfinity customers had some good news on Tuesday as a deal was reached to give full access to HBO Max’s content portfolio. The announcement also left Roku users wondering when a deal with the streaming content provider would happen for them.

WarnerMedia and Comcast made the annoucement, saying that the HBO Max app would be rolled out on both Xfinity X1 and Xfinity Flex to provide “one integrated experience” for customers. HBO Max offers over 10,000 hours of content under the HBO, Warner Bros., DC, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, and Turner Classic Movies brands.

The news of the HBO Max platform on Xfinity comes as Roku is still left without access to the content platform, causing many of its users to wonder why?

Social media users reacted to the news from the companies with confusion. One Twitter user said they were “lobbying congress to put hbo max on roku.”

Another Twitter user said they are still “Checking the internet every few hours to see if there’s a Roku & HBO Max deal…..”

Another user on Twitter said, “I expect a Roku-HBOmax announcement any time soon in preparation for #WW84.”

WarnerMedia and Comcast said the entire HBO Max app content library will be integrated into the X1 and Flex platforms.

X1 and Flex customers will have access to the release of news films such as “Wonder Woman 1984,” which releases on Christmas Day – the same day as it will debut in theaters across the U.S.

Other content available on HBO Max includes “My Gift: A Christmas Special from Carrie Underwood,” new episodes of “Euphoria,” new comedy film “Let Them All Talk,” and a third season of “Summer Camp Island.”

In addition, Warner Bros has announced its entire 2021 movie slate will debut on HBO Max in the U.S. alongside its theater release.

“Since launching HBO Max, our teams have worked closely to deliver an HBO Max experience that would provide more frictionless access to Xfinity X1 and Flex customers, and we’re thrilled to debut the app today,” Jennifer Mirgorod, head of sales and account management at WarnerMedia Distribution, said in a statement. “Millions of Xfinity customers can now easily explore all that HBO Max has to offer with a simple voice command.”

Costing $15 a month, HBO Max is the most expensive of an array of streaming options
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