Hmm... let's put it to a vote to see which name people like better. (Anything to keep this thread active, so Dish will be tricked into thinking that people still care about HBO.)No. It was a Marsupial. I believe the Pademelon
I looked at the new Disney+ service and it was so large and deep I bought a year as it will take me at least that long to go through the best.With so many other choices available, who even cares about HBO. With Prime and Netflix, I cannot watch all the programs that I want to watch now.
Still, now that Dish is using these channel numbers for something else, that means that every time Alexa users attempt to tune to these channels, they are being treated to an advertisement for "HBO on Dish," a service that is no longer available. So, you would think that Dish would make sure to alert the Alexa programmers that this needs to be changed, in order to avoid getting phone calls from customers wanting to order HBO.Possibly because the programmers for Alexa, bever thought to change this, thinking it would be a temporary dispute or having no knowledge at all of the Dish/HBO dispute which is most likely the case.
Some people may solely choose DirecTV over Dish because they have HBO and Cinemax, or at least have DirecTV to get HBO and Cinemax in the free three-month preview when they first sign up with the service. So yes, there is a point.Disagree. Don’t see it coming back at all. There’d be absolutely no point to it. For either company.