WarnerMedia has had a nightmarish run for HBO MAX’s debut thus far. Between customer confusion on the numerous HBO services to the sell off of Crunchyroll, a once-promising asset for HBO MAX, and of course, all of the hoopla surrounding the massive layoffs which are expected to continue (and most recently eliminated Adult Swim Streams).
Now some good news. Adult Swim’s Final Space has long been searching for a US-based streaming home (VRV doesn’t count), and now creator Olan Rogers is saying that the first two seasons of Final Space will be available to stream on HBO MAX soon in anticipation of the highly sought after third season which is expected to premiere in March of 2021. Netflix will still be the international home for Final Space, with season three coming at a later date.
Production is still ongoing for Final Space which Olan touts as the most popular Adult Swim series in France after Rick and Morty. A rather impressive feat, and one that the show sounds like it will continue to build on as the creator is promising a season three that “by episode 10 your face should be melted off”.
Final Space season three is the featured cover story for Bubbleblabber the Magazine which releases Dec 1st and you can get that here.