Why Netflix is killing off its HBO streaming service

The cable TV giant has announced that it is eliminating HBO Now, its HBO Now-only streaming service that offers a mix of original programming and reruns of old shows.

Netflix said it is cutting all existing HBO Now content from its service as it continues to work on its own original content and launch new originals.

It said HBO Now will be available only on iOS, Android and Amazon Fire devices.

In an announcement on the company’s website, Netflix said that it will no longer offer HBO Now for any Apple TV devices.

It also said that HBO Now is no longer available on Amazon Fire TV devices and Apple TV set-top boxes.

“This is not the end of HBO Now,” Netflix said.

“We are working hard to bring all of our original programming to your favorite devices.

For more information on HBO, check out the company blog at www.netflix.com/hbo.HBO said that in addition to HBO Now subscribers, HBO Go users can subscribe to Netflix via their mobile devices. “

The next version of HBO will be launching in the fall, and we’ll keep you up to date on its progress.

For more information on HBO, check out the company blog at www.netflix.com/hbo.HBO said that in addition to HBO Now subscribers, HBO Go users can subscribe to Netflix via their mobile devices.

The new HBO Go service will launch in the U.S. and Canada in late 2018.HBR is the parent company of USA TODAY and The Daily Beast.

The Associated Press provided research for this report.