HBO changed its Twitter display name to #BlackLivesMatter on Saturday to show solidarity with those who are outraged over the police killing of George Floyd. "We stand with our Black colleagues, employees, fans, actors, storytellers — and all affected by senseless violence," HBO tweeted after quoting essayist and activist James Baldwin as saying “Neither love nor terror makes one blind: indifference makes one blind." Netflix, meanwhile, tweeted Saturday: "To be silent is to be complicit. Black lives matter. We have a platform, and we have a duty to our Black members, employees, creators and talent to speak up." Hulu also expressed support for black lives, via Twitter and Instagram. "We support Black lives. Today, and every day. You are seen. You are heard. And we are with you," the streaming service tweeted. Amazon Studios posted a statement with the #BlackLivesMatter hashtag, writing on Instagram and Twitter: “Together we stand with the Black community — colleagues, artists, writers, storytellers, producers, our viewers — and all allies in the fight against racism and injustice.” Upstart streaming service Quibi joined in supporting protesters by changing its Twitter bio to "We stand together against injustice. #BlackLivesMatter."