TV Line has shared news of where and when we can expect to finnaly see the second half of The Nevers season 1, after HBO cancelled the series towards the end of 2022.
Roku and Tubi will be the free streaming homes for Westworld, Raised by Wolves, The Nevers and other Warner Bros. Discovery content that was recently removed from HBO Max, as part of a co-exclusive deal that includes “hundreds” of TV series and movies from the WBD portfolio.
As reported in December, WBD’s plan was to shop the series it had removed from its own subscription streaming service (as part of an expansive and seismic cost-cutting move) and shop them to FAST (free, ad-supported streaming TV) services. Warner Bros.
Discovery’s co-exclusive deals with Roku and Tubi include all seasons of Westworld, Raised by Wolves, The Nevers, The Time Traveler’s Wife, Finding Magic Mike, Head of the Class, Legendary and F-Boy Island, many of which were abruptly disappeared from HBO Max late last year.
TVLine has confirmed that both deals include all 12 episodes of The Nevers, including the final six that have never aired/been seen.
Tubi says it will begin rolling out its WBD content “as early as February 1 and throughout the month,” while Roku is simply targeting “Spring 2023.”
It is not clear yet whether UK Tom Riley fans will be able to access Roku, but the website with more information can be found here. Tubi seems to be US based only unfortunately.