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News HBO Max August 2022 – list of premieres of films and series

We have learned the list of movies, series and documentaries that will be available on the HBO Max platform next month! It promises an interesting end to the holidays.

August promises to be hot on HBO Max from the very first days. And this is due, among other things, to the return of “Cities on the Hill” – a crime series with Kevin Bacon and Aldis Hodge in the lead roles. It is also the third season of the series “Parents” with Martin Freeman and subsequent episodes of the series, which are very popular on the platform.

In the coming days, films with a variety of themes and genres will also be shown. They will include “Hidden Actions,” the story of an elite team of black mathematicians working at NASA, unknown to a wider audience. Comedy fans will find a dose of humor in the “Lethal Weapon” series, in which Mel Gibson and Danny Glover play the role of two policemen who take on dangerous tasks. Other news will also be Jackass Forever and Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City.

HBO Max doesn’t forget documentary fans either. These include the two-part series “What Happened, Brittany Murphy?” showing the career and mysterious circumstances surrounding the tragic death of 1990s actress and rising star Brittany Murphy.

News from HBO Max for August. What to look for?

Programs and series

  • City on a hill III (City on a Hill III) – the third season of the crime series; After leaving the FBI and throwing his badge in the water, Jackie Rohr is given a new chance by fate and is hired as a bodyguard for a wealthy family. All is going well until secrets begin to emerge – Premiere: August 1st
  • Bravery I-III – a thrilling series taking place in a very unusual place – a small mining town located beyond the Arctic Circle. Fortitude is a very quiet and safe place. Everything changes when one of the safest places on Earth is rocked by a brutal crime – premiere: August 1
  • Industry II (Industry II) – the second season of the HBO series about the world of big finance from the perspective of ambitious twenty-year-olds. A look into the world of international finance through the eyes of ambitious 20-year-olds fighting for their future – premiere: August 2
  • Statisticians I-II (Extras 1-2) + Extras, special edition – the writers and directors of the series are Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, creators of the successful series Biuro. This time they became interested in the community of extras who, by definition, attract people with excessive artistic ambitions that do not necessarily support talent – premiere: August 2
  • A guy from America (The American Guest) – A four-part miniseries that tells the story of former US President Theodore Roosevelt’s impressive journey as he attempts to conquer the last undiscovered river in Brazil: the River of Doubt. On this dangerous journey, the American is accompanied by the Brazilian pioneer and expert, Colonel Cândido Rondon – Premiere: August 2
  • Adolescent euthanasia (Teenage Euthanasia) – Adult Swim animated series; a story set in the near future in Florida. Trophy Fantasy, along with her teenage daughter Euthanasia (“Annie”), brother Pete and mother Baba, manages the Tender Endings Funeral Home – Premiere: August 3
  • Parents III (Breeders III) – the third season of the series showing the paradox that every parent knows, even if they never admit it – that they are ready to lay down their lives for their children, but sometimes they want to kill them. Starring Martin Freeman and Daisy Haggard – Premiere: August 5
  • The Pembroke Murderer (The Pembrokeshire Mmurders) – In 2006, a detective decides to reopen two unsolved murder cases from the 1980s. The investigation links them to a series of burglaries. The investigative team must find more evidence before the offender is paroled – Premiere: August 5
  • Sherlock I-IV – the world’s most popular detective emerges from the fog. With a brilliant script and unforgettable performances by the actors playing the roles of the two main characters: Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes and Martin Freeman as Dr. John Watson – Premiere: August 11
  • Dragon lineage (House of the Dragon) – a new HBO series about the story of the Targaryen family and the events that take place 200 years before the time in which Game of Thrones takes place. Series based on the book by George RR Martin Fire and Blood – premiere: August 22
  • Er VII-XII (ER VII-XII) – a cult series about the emergency work of the fictional city hospital County General and the life of its dedicated doctors. The cast includes Noah Wyle, Maura Tierney, Sherry Stringfield and George Clooney – Premiere: August 28
  • Office (US) I-IX (The Office I-IX) – series based on the popular British episodic comedy of the same name. The presidency’s campaign targets Dunder Mifflin, a paper company in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The series, in the mockumentary style known from the original format, presents the struggle with the fate of the working poor in a socially stifling environment under the leadership of a deranged boss (played by the great Steve Carell) – premiere: August 30
  • Ten year old Tom (Ten Year Old Tom) – a new Max Original animated series tells the story of the ups and downs of an ordinary boy who constantly receives bad advice from the adults around him because they “want good” – release date to be announced soon

Movies

  • Hidden activities (Hidden Figures) – unknown to the general public, the story of an elite team of black mathematicians working at NASA, who were at the birth of one of the biggest operations in history – the launch of astronaut John Glenn – premiere: August 5
  • Lethal Weapon, 2 Lethal Weapon, 3 Lethal Weapon, 4 Lethal Weapon – a series of crime films about two Los Angeles police officers (played by Mel Gibson and Danny Glover) who undertake many difficult and dangerous tasks – Premiere: August 5
  • House of snails (The House Of Snails) – a writer looking for peace and quiet at work, visits a mountain town and falls in love with a local beauty. At the same time, he begins to reveal the terrifying secrets of the inhabitants of the settlement – premiere: August 5
  • Spotlight (Spotlight) – The true story of the Boston Globe staff who uncovered a massive child molestation and cover-up scandal in the local Catholic archdiocese that rocked the entire church – Premiere: August 6
  • Pilgrims (Pilgrims) – Indre and Paulius go to the town where Matas, Paulius’ brother and Indre’s friend, was killed. The couple try to trace his journey from a nearby airport to a bar fight – but soon discover that going back in time isn’t easy – Premiere: August 7
  • Miracle (Miracol (Aka. Miracle)) – A young nun sneaks out of her convent to attend to an urgent matter and never returns. The police investigation of her case brings various clues and revelations that lead to the discovery of the truth and the revelation of the miracle – Premiere: 13.8.
  • Monday (Monday) – Two Americans living in Athens meet on a summer weekend. As Chloe’s stay in Greece draws to a close, the woman decides to test whether their feelings can withstand a collision with reality – Premiere: August 14
  • Jellyfish (Medusa) – Mariana is 21 years old and lives in a religious community where she tries to be the perfect woman: beautiful and obedient. In the evenings, she and her friends express their religiosity in a different way – they hunt “promiscuous” women and teach them a lesson – Premier 14.8.
  • Gomorrah (Gomorrah New Edition) – five intertwined stories documenting the lives of Toto, Roberto, Pasquale, Marco and Ciro and their complex relationship with the Camorra, a Neapolitan mafia whose cruel and brutal criminal world is dominated by corruption. The film is based on the book by journalist Robert Saviano, which became an overnight bestseller in 2006 – Premiere: August 22
  • Jackass forever (Jackass Forever) – the favorite team of heroes returns for another round of fun, insanely absurd and often dangerous numbers. Johnny and his companions push the boundaries even further in the film – Premiere: August 26
  • Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City (Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon City) – Once the vibrant home of pharmaceutical giant Umbrella Corporation, Raccoon City is now a dying city… A group of survivors must work together to uncover the truth behind this fallen place – Premieres August 26

For kids

  • Teletubbies II – premiere: August 13
  • Island camp IV (Summer Camp Island IV) – Premiere: August 7
  • Masha and the Bear IV (Masha and the Bear IV) – premiere: August 21

Documentaries and series:

  • What’s up Brittany Murphy? (What Happened, Brittany Murphy) – a two-part documentary series exploring the life and career and mysterious circumstances surrounding the tragic death of 1990s actress and rising star Brittany Murphy. The series goes beyond conspiracy theories and newspaper headlines, introducing new interviews with Brittan’s loved ones and new archives film – premiere: August 5
  • Katrina Babies – HBO documentary; its director, Edward Buckles Jr. offers an intimate look at the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and its impact on the youth of New Orleans. An entire generation grapples with the aftermath of a tragedy that redefined their childhood – Premiere: August 25

HBO Max in early August. Premieres, returns and new episodes

And what is HBO Max’s exact day-by-day schedule for the first two weeks of August? At the beginning of the month will appear:

1st August

  • City on the Hill III, Part 1
  • Fortitude, ep. 1-12
  • Fortitude II, ep. 1-10
  • Fortitude III, ep. 1-4
  • Bob Costas II, ep. 1-2
  • Westworld IV, ep. 6
  • The Anarchists Episode 4
  • Weekly Review: An Evening with John Oliver IX Episode 18
  • 3 feet
  • Keeper
  • Don versus the Flash
  • Nap
  • Flick Story
  • Guernica. True story
  • Ready to build
  • Jupiter
  • Rock, paper, scissors
  • Land of glory
  • mouse
  • A song for Mary
  • Roy
  • I changed into a change of clothes
  • Alive

2nd of August

  • Industry II Episode 1
  • Statisticians Episode 1-6
  • Statisticians II, grad. 1-6
  • Statistici, Christmas special
  • Guest from America, ep. 1-4
  • Roswell, New Mexico IV, Episode 8

August 3rd

  • Teenage euthanasia, ep. 1-7
  • Love spells, ep. 1-10
  • Tuca and Bertie III, ep.
  • What we do in the hideout IV episode 3
  • End of the Earth Episode 4

August 4th

  • Sweet Little Lies: Original Sin Episode 4-5
  • Midnight Express
  • Bronx Apache Fort

5th August

  • Parents III Episode 1-10
  • Pembroke Killer Episode 1-3
  • What happened to Brittany Murphy? Ep. 1-2
  • Primal II, ep. 4
  • Rap Sh! T, ep. 4
  • Gang boys
  • House of snails
  • Pilgrims
  • North, Northwest
  • Hidden activities
  • A deadly weapon
  • Lethal Weapon 2
  • Lethal Weapon 3
  • Lethal Weapon 4

August 6

  • Dress rehearsal episode 4
  • Fantastic Friends, Ep. 5
  • Once upon a time in America
  • Luz
  • Spotlight

August 7th

  • Island Camp IV Episode 1-13
  • Gambler
  • Pirates!

8th August

  • City on the Hill III, Part 2
  • The Anarchists Episode 5
  • Westworld IV, ep. 7
  • Weekly Review: An Evening with John Oliver IX Episode 19
  • Private Ryan

August 9

  • Industry II Episode 2
  • Roswell, New Mexico IV, Episode 9

10th of August

  • What we do in the hideout IV episode 4
  • Tuca and Bertie III, ep. 6
  • Smiling friends, ep. 9

August 11th

  • Sweet Little Lies: Original Sin Episode 6-7
  • Sherlock, ep. 1-3
  • Sherlock II, ep. 1-3
  • Sherlock III, ep. 1-3
  • Sherlock IV, ep. 1-3

Aug. 12

  • Primal II, ep. 5
  • Rap Sh! T, ep. 5
  • Take the night back

August 13

  • Fantastic Friends, Ep. 6
  • Dress rehearsal episode 5
  • The Teletubbies II, ep. 1-60
  • Miracle
  • The king of comedy

August 14th

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