HBO Max accidentally sent an odd email to its subscribers: ‘Yes, it was the intern’
Confusion and leisure overtook Twitter on Thursday and Friday while HBO Max despatched a bizarre email to its subscribers.
Subscribers obtained an e-mail Thursday with the issue line “Integration Test Email #1,” and the body of the e-mail most effective containing one sentence: “This template is utilized by integration tests only.”
Streaming users immediately became to Twitter to voice their worries, with many growing memes saying that it can be a new show that HBO is airing.
“INBOX: Integration Test Email #1, an interesting new drama from HBO Max,” one person tweeted.
“Lol if it seems the HBO Max electronic mail goof is a stunt for a brand new display referred to as Integration Test Email then congrats to the advertising and marketing team,” another person wrote.
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Director James Gunn tweeted that he was hoping the combination email “is by some means step one in extremely clever viral marketing for #Peacemaker,” his upcoming display. Others even tried to take credit for the email.
“I desire anyone watches my new show known as Integration Test Email #1 coming to HBO Max quickly! We’re trying something new with the advertising….,” a consumer tweeted.
The culprit at the back of the e-mail? An intern.
“We apologize for the inconvenience, and because the jokes pile in, yes, it changed into the intern. No, in reality. And we’re helping them through it,” HBO Max later tweeted.