Remember when we told you that WarnerMedia was getting into the streaming service game ala Netflix, Hulu, and most recently, Disney+?
Well as of today, we've got some details on said-WB service.
According to Variety:
AT&T unveiled plans for the unnamed service on Thursday during a presentation in New York to investors to talk up the company's prospects and plans for paying down the considerable debt that AT&T piled on with its $84.5 billion acquisition of Time Warner.
AT&T said WarnerMedia's SVOD service will offer consumers three options to subscribe, starting with "entry-level movie-focused package." It will also feature "a premium service with original programming and blockbuster movies" and a third option "that bundles content from the first two plus an extensive library of WarnerMedia and licensed content."
Obviously details for this particular deal are still scarce, but we'll let you know when we hear more.