David Zaslav, President and CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery, likes HBO upcoming fantasy dramaHouse Endless mouth dragon in an email to employees Friday morning.
As critics started pouring in Game of Thrones prequel, the executive wrote: “The entire HBO team has led the way for the next big The cultural moment. I had the opportunity to watch the premiere in Los Angeles with [HBO boss Casey Bloys] and the team and was blown away by the quality of the production, the richness of the story and the power of the action. This is what we should all be for We can’t wait to share it with our audiences around the world.… We look forward to the start of this exciting new adventure and the kind of excitement the Targaryen family is sure to bring The cultural moment of the game has fans excited.”
These comments foreshadow the Game of Thrones franchise future, as sources hinted that HBO may renew Dragon after its premiere Sunday night.
The executive went on to say that Dragon benefited from “the biggest marketing campaign in HBO history.”
“In the United States alone, we reach nearly 1235201884 million people,” he wrote. “It’s also exciting to see teams across the company partnering with the HBO team on an unprecedented cross-promotional campaign. We’ve done all of this in just a few months, clearly demonstrating when our network, streaming platform What can we accomplish when , digital and social channels come together to support a common priority. We can really make a difference and I can’t wait to see what we’ll do when we leverage the full impact and unique opportunities we bring What to do in future events.”
Zaslav, who gained oversight of HBO in April following the merger of Discovery and WarnerMedia, has so far been ruled by cuts Budget moves make headlines like massive layoffs and shelving $90 million HBO Max Batgirl movie tax cuts.