Disney+, Max, Hulu and ESPN offer bundled streaming packages

Disney CEO Bob Iger has teamed up with Warner Bros. Discovery in the latest streaming pack. File photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI
David Zaslav, CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery, joins its Max streaming service with Disney-branded streamers. File photo by John Angelillo/UPI
David Zaslav (right), CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery, seen with Harry Styles, will bundle the Max streaming service with Disney streamers. File photo by John Angelillo/UPI
Disney CEO Bob Iger adds Warner Bros. Discovery’s Max to all of Disney’s streaming services. File photo by John Angelillo/UPI
Bob Iger is the CEO of Disney, which just announced plans to bundle its streaming services with Max. File photo by Monika Graff/UPI

May 8 (UPI) — Disney and Warner Bros. Discovery announced Wednesday plans to offer a bundled service that would combine Disney+, Hulu, ESPN and Max. The bundle will offer ad-supported and ad-free pricing.

Disney+, Hulu and ESPN are under Disney. Max is Warner Bros.’ streaming service. Discovery, which was called HBO Max when it debuted in 2021.


Disney+ just added Hulu to its package in March. Max also announced a sports package with ESPN and Fox Sports in February. This set led to live sports broadcaster Fubo suing the companies for “anti-competitive practices”.

The Disney/Hulu/ESPN/Max pack will be available this summer. Subscribers to Disney+, Hulu, or Max can add the package to their current subscription plans.