In a streamer conglomorate twist, Issa Rae’s popular HBO series Insecure has made its way to Netflix, along with several Warner Bros. Discovery titles.

Deadline reports that Band of Brothers, Six Feet Under, Ballers and The Pacific will also be on Netflix along with all five seasons of Insecure as a part of an exclusive deal between Netflix and Max, previously called HBO Max. Max is owned by Warner Bros. Discovery.

Another HBO series, True Blood, will also make it to Netflix, but only to international viewers. True Blood is currently streaming within the US on Hulu, according to Deadline.

The Warner Bros. Discovery-Netflix deal was reportedly not liked by everyone at the executive level. Deadline reported that some of the HBO brass were not happy with the decision, which was made in June, but Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zazlav committed to the idea of licensing content early on in the hopes of increasing profits.

Rae can currently be heard voicing Spider-Woman in the Sony Pictures film Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse, now in theaters. She can also be seen in the latest season of Project: Greenlight, debuting on Max July 13, and Barbie, coming to theaters July 21.