HBO Max has made an impressive splash in the highly competitive streaming video market. But for $15 a month, it’s one of the most expensive choices that don’t include extra features like live TV. Today parent company AT&T announced that it will offer an ad-supported (possibly cheaper) version of HBO Max starting in June.

AT&T is following in Hulu’s footsteps in offering discounted tiers with ads. We don’t know how much money a few ads for your shows and movies can save you, but given the premium nature of the platform, you probably won’t have a free choice like Peacock or Crackle. Completely free access to all content, including: Warner Bros. movie release day in 2021, Maybe too much hope.

In the same press releaseAT&T said it will launch HBO Max this year in 60 international markets, including 39 regions in Latin America and 21 regions in Europe. Great news if you’re a fan of WB movies and HBO TV shows. However, the Byzantine nature of international TV and film licensing agreements means that libraries available outside the United States will vary widely from location to location.