In this era of when a series gets canceled when you least expect it, it looks like we have a glimmer of hope for 2023 and that’s Warner Bros. Discovery’s assurance that The severe mass cancellation policy they implemented in the last months of 2022 has come to an end,
power grab policy David Zaslav as CEO and his odyssey to clear the company’s accounts. It has taken unexpected steps such as ending about to cancel ‘Batgirl’, being in the last days of filming for season 2 of ‘Minks’ or for season 5 of ‘Westworld’.
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That and catalog clearance of some HBO Max originals have filled the lines of digital ink within Warner’s new business plan. the era of mass cancellation is over As the company’s CFO Gunnar Wiedenfelds put it:
“It has taken us a little longer to make sure that we have done it properly. We’ve got new locations for some of the titles. So it has taken us six or seven months. But I think we’ve come up with great solutions and more importantly, we’ve closed that chapter.”
As such, it looks like the closet cleaning that Zaslav talked about a few weeks ago is over and Warner’s top executives are already they feel they have the situation under control, “I think the team has laid a great foundation and I am very excited about the development from now on”Complete Wiedenfelds.
If what they say to Warner is true, We can breathe easy in the face of assured security That our favorite series won’t be canceled overnight. Which doesn’t mean we won’t have casualties this coming year (it’s still business).