HBO Max will lower its audience in the month of April with its premieres. The platform announced a series from the creators of Rick and Morty.
The streaming industry knows very well that its users have vacations in April for Easter. Preparing himself in the best way for this, he has incredible premieres ready. Movies, series and specials will come to HBO Max in order to give your subscribers more options in the free time they will have.
The Warner Bros. Discovery catalogue, without being the exception, will include a new production with Elizabeth Olsen and Jesse Plemmons. In addition, the creators of Rick and Morty prepare a new show with the same adult as always. Also, some titles will come to an end and others will debut. These are the releases that will come in this calendar.
Love and death
Written by David E. Kelley and directed by Lesli Linka Glatter, this riveting drama tells the true story of Candy, Pat Montgomery, and Betty and Allan Gore, two couples who attend church and enjoy their lives in a small Texas town… Until an extramarital affair leads someone to pick up an axe. It will be available from April 27.
This new series follows the life of Alberto Martin Ruiz, a former soccer player and current player representative whom everyone calls “Beto”, who has just established himself by setting up his own representation agency. Beto tries to maintain a balance between his delirious professional world and his unstable personal life with the help of his girlfriend Sonia, a girl who knows him like no other and puts her feet on the ground. Just when things start to work out, disaster strikes: his strongest player leaves and his girlfriend dumps him. The Spanish product will be from April 28.
a nun named Simone will stop at nothing to destroy the Artificial Intelligence before it causes a world collapse. Betty Gilpin, Jake McDorman, Andy McQueen and Ely Henry will be the protagonists of this science fiction story. The show will premiere on April 25.
From Mighty Mint, Duplass Brothers Productions and creators and executive producers Hannah Bos and Paul Thureen. The series follows Sam (played by Bridget Everett), a true Kansasian on the outside, but on the inside, an ongoing struggle to fit into the mold imposed by her hometown.
Dealing with loss and acceptance, singing is Sam’s outlet and takes her on a journey to discover herself and a community of strangers who don’t fit in but don’t give up, proving that finding your people and finding your voice is possible. Anywhere. In some place. Season two reminds us that families are hard, even the funniest ones. Sam and Joel (Jeff Hiller) have settled into a comfortable routine. But nothing stays the same forever.
Again spain will be noted on the list. In Everybody Does It, four couples receive an invitation to spend a weekend at the hotel where they got married. What they don’t know is that the host wants to blackmail them. And much less that, the next day, he will appear dead.
After passing through the San Sebastian Festival, this original TCM documentary arrives on HBO Max. Carlos Boyero He is one of the most followed and feared figures in Spanish cinema. The controversy has followed him since he published his first article more than forty years ago and, since then, he has never stopped being in the eye of the hurricane.
Is it the last representative of an era that is ending? Have social networks finished with the traditional influence of critics? Based on the career and personality of this highly controversial figure, El crítico also tries to reflect on the great changes that the genre of film criticism is undergoing in Spain.
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