HBO Max has had a busy first year of operation, bringing new and returning favorites to the small screen while being there at every step of the way for its subscribers. One year later, what’s new in September 2022? This list will tell you everything you need to know about what’s new on HBO Max in September 2022 and all the best ways to catch up on your favorite movies and shows before their premieres—or find out when they’ll be available to stream again if you missed them the first time around!
HBO Max, the newest member of the HBO family, has finally arrived! What’s new this month? Well if you’re a fan of epic dramas, there’s still plenty to catch up on! Find out what else is coming to HBO Max next month below.
In November 2022, be sure to catch all-new episodes of Sense8, a Netflix Original series; Dirty John (HBO), based on a true crime podcast; Hoke (HBO), an intense and riveting 10-episode drama starring Emmy Award winner Ian McShane; Grey Gardens Season 2 (HBO); season 4 of Ryan’s Fancy and season 3 of Ferris Bueller…
New Titles Coming Soon on HBO Max in December, 2022
Friday the 13th Part 2, Available Tuesday, December 25th (Available on HBO Max only) – This 1980 slasher is one of the best horror movies and features some of the most iconic kills. Directed by Steve Miner and starring Melissa Sue Anderson as well as Harry Crosby, Friday the 13th Part 2’s sequel features a big twist you won’t want to miss.
Bohemian Rhapsody (Saturday November 23rd) – Let’s be honest, there isn’t much we don’t know about this movie by now. One of the most beloved rock bands and songs ever made, Bohemian Rhapsody is an electrifying performance featuring Oscar winner Rami Malek’s breakout star turn.
The first HBO show on HBO Max is The Sopranos. Other hits include Entourage, Silicon Valley, Veep, Girls, Curb Your Enthusiasm and The Wire. Exclusive features include a TV guide with the ability to have up-to-date information about new episodes of your favorite shows, screeners for upcoming HBO programs prior to their premiere date and online archives of many of its best series from the last four decades. Shows debut on Monday mornings so you can stream them during your commute home from work and enjoy them as you get ready for the evening ahead.
Catch up on HBO Max and get your life, featuring some new and returning shows to the network. This month’s lineup includes season 2 of Westworld, the return of Escape at Dannemora with Ben Stiller, the first episode of Perpetual Grace Missionary Baptist Church since Whitney Houston’s funeral, and more. Catch up on all this and more with HBO MAX starting Saturday!
HBO Max is set to release the new original series ____ on the _____ day of September 2022. The show is a comedic drama starring ________ and based on the novel written by ________. It’s available exclusively on HBO Max, which means it’s not available anywhere else online or streaming. The show is an adaptation of what readers have been eagerly awaiting since author/screenwriter ______ announced they were working on a TV show adaptation back in 2018.
Coming this fall to HBO Max, we have another season of Chernobyl, bringing you a terrifying true story of the reactor explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine. It’s a claustrophobic and thrilling miniseries from director Johan Renck that brings out the unseen footage and audio recordings detailing the human toll caused by one of the worst man-made disasters in history. New episodes air on Fridays at 10 pm EST beginning Friday, November 22nd. That’s right–you can watch HBO without cable!
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The roster of original content available on HBO Max continues to grow. In May 2023, the new Star Trek series and Fear the Walking Dead spinoff officially debut. Meanwhile, the hugely popular film franchise ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ gets its own weekly animated comedy series on HBO. The second season of Game of Thrones starts June 1st as well as Too Funny to Fail, a new comedy created by Johnny Carson’s best-known writers that tells the story of how he turned Late Night into an icon.