It seems to be like HBO Max is at it once more. Earlier this week, headlines in regards to the service hit social media after followers realized HBO eliminated a hefty variety of Looney Tunes episodes from its catalog. Now, a brand new update in regards to the purge has come to gentle, and it seems one other traditional animated sequence was gutted with Looney Tunes.

And what may it’s? Properly, I hope you were not planning on binging The Flintstones right through. The animated sequence simply had three seasons eliminated.

In the event you head over to HBO Max, you may see the scenario for your self. The location has eliminated seasons 4 via six of The Flintstones. At the moment, there isn’t any phrase on why the show was eliminated, nevertheless it did happen on the identical day Looney Tunes was gutted. So clearly, one other animation purge simply went down with the streamer.

If you’re not aware of The Flintstones, it is best to know the seasons eliminated make up its second half. The sequence had six seasons whole, and the primary three are nonetheless obtainable on HBO Max. Looney Tunes additionally had its latter half eliminated in the course of the move, so there could also be a licensing difficulty pushing this removing ahead. However for now, all we all know is that HBO Max has axed 78 episodes of Flintstones enjoyable.

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That is removed from the primary occasion of drama at HBO Max. For individuals who didn’t hear final 12 months, the service got here underneath fireplace after it axed a lot of initiatives both in manufacturing or post-production. Titles like Batgirl and the Scoob sequel have been even completed earlier than being axed all for reported tax breaks. Quite a lot of animated sequence like Owl Home and Closing Area have been additionally faraway from HBO Max which sparked swift backlash from creators on-line.

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