Netflix should be concerned about HBO Max's coming soon trailer. Here's why

Netflix should be concerned about HBO Max's coming soon trailer. Here's why ...

A new HBO Max Coming Soon trailer has revealed the upcoming TV shows for the remainder of 2022 and beyond, revealing the quality of streaming services. Netflix should be concerned about the presentation.

The trailer begins by presenting several shows that HBO Max will only offer in the last few months of 2022, including Were Here Season 3, and a new four-part documentary focusing on basketball icon Shaquille ONeal, named Shaq.

Season 2 of The White Lotus will be released on October 30. The comedy-drama anthology series was a hit for HBO Max in 2021, and its first season won ten Emmy awards. Its sophomore season is expected to generate significant interest when it starts in a few weeks.

The next preview of HBO Maxs'' upcoming television shows for 2023 will include another peek at The Last of Us, the critically acclaimed video game. Last month, there was already a meaty first trailer, which was extremely well-reviewed by gamers.

Next up are quick previews of The White House Plumbers, a new mini-series with impressive cast lists. Guests will be invited to The Idol, a glittery drama starring Lily-Rose Depp and directed by Abel Tesfaye aka The Weeknd.

A trailer for Somebody, Season 2 and Barry, as well as other returning favorites such as The Righteous Gemstones, Last Week Tonight, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Real Time with Bill Maher, A Black Lady Sketch Show, and The Gilded Age is all included.

The trailer brings forth a brief, but well-deserved sneak peek at Succession season 4. Viewers are no doubt interested in the results of the last seasons bombshell finale, and while this trailer does not give much away, we get to hear from Brian Coxs Logan Roy, who said the game was killing the opposition, and I enjoy it here. It''s very probable that many HBO Max subscribers are eager to return the shows.

The back-half of the trailer demonstrates a handful of new episodes set to air on HBO Max in 2023, including Love & Death, which stars Elizabeth Olsen, Krysten Ritter, and Jesse Plemons. There''s also Full Circle and The Climb. Plus, there''s even more returning shows such as Our Flag Means Death, Julia, Titans, Doom Patrol, Gossip Girl, The Sex Life of College Girls, Hacks, and Tokyo Vice. That''s

Netflix should take notes from HBO Max

A Logan Roy remarks that focuses on crushing the opposition and developing something better, faster, leaner, wilder is quite deliberate, which is almost certainly a tongue-in-cheek warning to HBO Maxs streaming competitors.

While the HBO Max and Discovery Plus merger earlier this year raised some doubt on HBO''s future, this trailer expresses the belief that HBO''s streaming service is still alive and kicking. And, what a upcoming lineup will be able to boast about.

While Netflix is feeling the chill for its constant habit of canceling shows after a single season and takes its first step into the world of ad-supported streaming, the HBO Maxs schedule is packed full of must-watch television, including new shows and returning favorites.

When it comes to sheer quantity of content, Netflix is the king of streaming. However, HBO Max has always chosen a quality-first approach, and thats why we rank it as the best streaming service currently available. This preview trailer is more evidence that when it comes to churning out critically acclaimed hits, HBO Max is almost certainly unrivaled.

Netflix and other streaming platforms such as Prime Video and Disney Plus will no doubt have valuable content to offer in the coming months, but as this trailer demonstrates that beating HBO Max is going to be a big order. This trailer is all the evidence that the streamer will be eliminated anytime soon.