Warner Bros. Discovery revealed its second-quarter results — its first quarterly earnings since the $43 billion merger.
The total number of direct-to-consumer subscribers across HBO, HBO Max and Discovery+ was 92.1 million in the second quarter of 2022, up 1.7 million from the end of Q1 with 90.4 million subscribers. The company did not break down the over-the-top streaming services’ numbers individually, so it’s unclear what the exact number is in terms of HBO Max and Discovery+ subscriptions.
The company also reported a loss of 300,000 domestic subscribers, a decrease from 53.3 million to 53 million.
In the prior quarter, WarnerMedia had reported a combined 76.8 million HBO and HBO Max subscribers and Discovery+ had 24 million. The total topped 100 million subscribers. The discrepancy with today’s numbers is due to how the previous owner, AT&T, had counted wireless customers on plans that bundled HBO Max.
When announcing Q2 results, Warner Bros. Discovery wrote

   

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