"Westworld," "Legendary," and More Shows HBO Canceled Are Moving to Tubi and Roku

If you're upset that shows like "Westworld," "The Nevers," "FBoy Island," and more have been pulled from HBO Max in the aftermath of the Warner Bros.-Discovery merger, there's good news. Tubi and Roku have both reached deals with Warner Bros. Discovery to bring that content to their streaming platforms. The two streamers announced their deals in separate statements. The titles will be available as FAST content — free ad-supported linear streaming TV.

Affected shows include "Westworld," "Raised by Wolves," "Legendary," "FBoy Island," "The Nevers," "Finding Magic Mike," "Head of the Class," "The Time Traveler's Wife," "Cake Boss," "Breaking Amish," "Caribbean Life," "How It's Made," "Paranormal Lockdown," and "Murder Chose Me." TVLine confirmed that both streamers will have the six episodes of "The Nevers" that never aired.

Last summer, Warner Bros. Discovery made headlines when it began to remove shows and films from the platform in the wake of the merger. It also canceled projects that had been nearly completed, including a Batgirl movie that was to be released in December. Other canceled projects have found new homes, like "Minx," which had its second season picked up by Starz earlier this month after HBO Max announced in December it'd be dropping the series.

Back in August, HBO Max said in a statement to Variety that the content change was happening because HBO Max and Discovery+ would be merging into one platform. As of mid-December 2022, the streamer had removed 81 shows and movies from HBO Max, according to IndieWire.

As for the new, merged streaming site, it will have shows from HBO, CNN, DC Comics, Discovery Channel, Food Network, HGTV, Magnolia Network, OWN, TBS, and TNT. The new hybrid platform — the name of which hasn't been announced — will probably include most of HBO and HBO Max's most successful shows, like "Euphoria," "Succession," "House of the Dragon," and "And Just Like That," though it's unclear if it will continue to cut content before the new platform launches.

Tubi said its new Warner Bros. Discovery titles will begin streaming as early as Feb. 1, while Roku said its shows will start streaming on The Roku Channel this spring. Neither has released a full list of all the titles they're getting, so it's not clear which former HBO Max titles still don't have a home.