AT&T's streaming service may be available in 2019, but you'll have to wait until 2020 to see originals.
Reilly -- who's also Turner Entertainment's chief creative officer -- noted during a Television Critics Association event Monday that the 2019 beta version of the service won't include originals, "but you'll see that in 2020 and then ramping up." The company will start commissioning original content this spring, and we'll see more.
This comes weeks after Netflix confirmed that Friends will . But AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson reportedly said at the time that Netflix doesn't have exclusive rights to the beloved sitcom, and Reilly suggested that pulling it away "is certainly something we're willing to do."
In December, AT&T said you'll be able to choose between three levels of service. The basic one will focus on movies, the second tier will include originals and the third will add content from WarnerMedia's broader catalog, like HBO, Turner and Warner Bros.
WarnerMedia told us via email that it isn't confirming pricing or content yet, but said the service could include brands like Looney Tunes, Harry Potter's Wizarding World, The CW, DC Entertainment, New Line, Hanna Barbara, CNN Films, Adult Swim and Turner Classic Movies
"And, as we move out of our beta stage, original programming will also be a key component of this service," a company spokesperson said.
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