Warner Archive Instant is an online streaming service owned and operated by Warner Bros. that offers access to their large catalog. Originally Warner Archive Instant struggled to attract subscribers after complaints of limited selection and device support.
Now it seems as though Warner Bros. plans to hit the reboot on their Warner Archive Instant streaming service. Here is an email they sent current subscribers.
Hi Valued Customer
Were excited to announce the upcoming relaunch of Warner Archive Instant, coming this fall. The updated streaming service will offer the same genres of beloved films and shows, but with a sleek modern look and all new features.
An expanded library including even more classics than ever before
An updated video player for smoother, faster streaming
Totally redesigned apps for iPad, Roku and more
For now, we have few details on what to expect from this email. Although we know little about Warner Bros.s plans, we have seen them making their services increasingly cord-cutting friendly.
Just a few weeks ago it was announced that the CW Network will be releasing apps on Roku, Fire TV, and Apple TV that will stream CW shows the next day for free even if users do not have a cable subscription.
Warner Bros. has also recently added their content to Amazon Prime Video. Hopefully their efforts to become more friendly to cord cutters continues with the new Warner Archive Instant service.
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