Why are Space Jam and Tweety's High-Flying Adventure missing from HBO Max?
The reason that I'm asking is because they are both part of the Looney Tunes franchise. When HBO Max first launched last year on May 27, they were both included under the Looney Tunes category. Then for some odd reason, Space Jam was removed on September 30 in the year. A couple weeks ago, I finished watching the last few episodes of The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries. After that, I decided to watch Tweety's High-Flying Adventure but then something outrageous occurred.........IT WASN'T THERE!!!!!! I was shocked and confused as to why it was not available on the streaming service, but instead of letting it ruin my night, I watched another film instead then afterwards I watched Looney Tunes: Back in Action. I don't think that these films should've been removed from the streaming service because they are both fantastic Looney Tunes material in their own right and should be enjoyed at any time by those who are fans of the long-running franchise.
Is there a way in any shape or form that Warner Bros, WarnerMedia, Time Warner, HBO, AT&T, or whoever owns HBO Max can somehow re-add these 2 films to the Looney Tunes category so that people who are subscribed to the streaming service can view them where and whenever they feel like viewing them?
Please let me know as soon as possible so that my questions will be answered.