A CNN content hub is coming to Discovery just in time for the midterm elections.

CNN was discontinued by Warner Bros. Discovery when Discovery and WarnerMedia combined earlier this year. Exactly one month after launch. It’s interesting to note that Quibi outlasted CNN.

We were aware that the firm will transfer some CNN material to HBO MAX and perhaps Discovery when that closure was made official. It is now official .

On Thursday, Warner Bros. Discovery revealed that a new CNN Originals hub would debut on discovery on August 19. There would be multiple CNN original series on this center. Included in this are the films Searching for Italy by Stanley Tucci, Parts Unknown by Anthony Bourdain, United Shades of America by W. Kamau Bell, and This is Life starring Lisa Ling. Several HLN original shows, including How It Really Happened, Death Row Stories, The Hunt with John Walsh, and Very Scary People, are also available on Discovery.

Advertisement There are reportedly 800 hours of content available on the hub. A few series will appear on Discovery after their CNN linear run, the company added. i.e. following their broadcast on the CNN cable channel. similar to how Hulu streams ABC’s shows the day after they premiere on TV.

NOTHING LIVE, VERY INTERESTING It’s intriguing that live news will not be available on the CNN hub on Discovery. There will only be original series. Most likely, the business still wants consumers to watch CNN. which might soon be included on HBO MAX or Discovery. similar to how ViacomCBS broadcasts CBSNews live on its Paramount service.

Another intriguing detail is that HBO MAX will air the CNN Original Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace? instead of Discovery. This conversation show, which was previously broadcast on CNN before it was cancelled, will return this fall on CNN and HBO MAX.

Advertisement It’s really interesting to see how CNN will proceed under its new parent company, Warner Bros. Discovery. We already know that CNN utilizes the breaking news graphic way too frequently, according to the new head at Warner Bros. Discovery. I don’t believe anyone would disagree with me here.


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