HBO and HBO Max bring us the best of entertainment for the month ahead. The streamer continues to deliver some of the top shows and movies in streaming this year, launching a new season of How To With John Wilson, as well as Mindy Kaling’s new series The Sex Lives of College Girls. Plus, we’re about to get an exciting new Warner Bros. release in the Oscar-bait film King Richard.
After gaining access at home to hits like In the Heights and The Suicide Squad, HBO Max subscribers will get another threat with the upcoming release of King Richard, a biopic about tennis legend Venus and Serena Williams’ father. Watch Will Smith fulfill his role in a Warner Bros. movie. hits theaters and HBO Max on November 19.
November will also see the return of one of HBO’s greatest documentaries, How to With John Wilson. The acclaimed series will continue to follow Wilson, a self-described “anxious New Yorker” who goes on a mission of self-discovery by documenting the lives of strangers while trying to give his own advice.
And to round out the month, HBO Max released the first season of the college romantic comedy series The Sex Lives of College Girls. Mindy Kaling’s new coming-of-age story centers on four roommates, who navigate all the ups and downs of their newfound freedom at prestigious Essex College. The first episode of The Sex Lives of College Girls will air on HBO Max on November 18.
Wondering what else is coming to HBO and HBO Max this October through November? Read on for the full list of titles landing on streamers in the coming weeks.
Watching movies is sometimes an option for some people.
Of course the reasons vary according to the needs of each person.
In this digital era, there are many conveniences, especially for big screen movie lovers.
This convenience is proven by not having to come to the cinema to just watch your favorite movie, for example.
But you just have to sit back and open your gadget, then all the services according to your needs are available on it, including the movie site you want to search for.
The following is a list of watching movies online for free. Read more below and enjoy your free time with the best films of the year:
- Dűne teljes film
- Gyilkos Halloween teljes film
- Ainbo – A dzsungel hercegnője teljes film
- Külön falka teljes film
- Hibás Ron teljes film
- Csapdában (2020) teljes film
- Venom 2. – Vérontó (2021) teljes film
Besides being able to be watched streaming, the collection of films above can be downloaded for later viewing, both on cellphones and television.
HBO Max and HBO Lose 1.8M U.S. Subs on Amazon Prime Exit
HBO and HBO Max finished the third quarter in September with 45.2 million U.S. subscribers, down 1.8 million from the 47 million recorded as of the end of the second quarter following its “strategic decision to remove the HBO subscription from Amazon Prime Channels,” WarnerMedia parent and telecom giant AT&T said Thursday.
Global HBO and HBO Max subscribers rose by 1.9 million to 69.4 million though from around 67.5 million as of the end of June. The company said the worldwide number rose “thanks to strong international and ad-supported subscriber growth,” which offset the user hit related to the Amazon decision. HBO Max launched in Latin America toward the end of the second quarter and also brought to market its advertising-supported service tier that month.
But HBO lost some 5 million of its subscribers through Amazon Prime Video’s channels platform overnight as of mid-September when it decided to accept a short-term hit for ensuring a direct relationship with consumers in the longer term. HBO immediately rolled out a special offer to entice those users back or bring in new subscribers.
The latest disclosures and commentary came as part of AT&T’s third-quarter earnings report, which also included latest financials for WarnerMedia.
WarnerMedia had in July raised its year-end 2021 guidance to 70 million to 73 million global HBO Max/HBO subscribers from 67 million to 70 million. On Thursday, the company said it expects to “reach the higher end of its end of year target.” It touted a “strong” fourth-quarter content slate at HBO Max, including Succession, Dune and The Matrix Resurrections. That will help accelerate retail subscriber momentum in the current quarter, AT&T CFO Pascal Desroches said on an earnings conference call.
Management previously said most of the HBO Max subscriber growth in the second half of the year would come from international markets. Desroches on Thursday touted the streamer’s “incredible” success in Latin America so far and upcoming launches in Spain and the Nordics.
AT&T, led by CEO John Stankey, had said in March that HBO Max and HBO would reach between 120 million and 150 million on a combined basis by the end of 2025, up from a previous forecast of between 75 million and 90 million.
Asked if the planned sale of WarnerMedia would change or slow down launch plans for HBO Max in new markets, WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar said it was “business as usual.” Stankey echoed that the company was going full steam ahead. The partners struck the deal “with the notion that we are moving this business forward in a direct-to-consumer marketplace” that requires “that you get to scale,” he explained. “We are in a window here where that is a foot race, and it is an important foot race, so there is no pulling the foot off the accelerator.”