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The most notable HBO Max premieres for the month of April

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The most notable HBO Max premieres for the month of April

With an eye on the transformation from HBO Max on Maxscheduled for May 21thWarner Bros. Discovery brings us a selection of unmissable premieres for the month of April. Ahead of the transition to the new brand, subscribers will have the opportunity to enjoy exciting releases, including the denouement of ‘The Regime’ and the second season of ‘Tokyo Vice‘, as well as an unreleased HBO original that promises to captivate viewers.

One of the main dishes is ‘The sympathizer‘, adaptation of the award-winning novel of the same name by Viet Thanh Nguyenwinner of the Pulitzer Prize in 2016. With a list stellar headlined by Hoa Xuande, Sandra Oh and renowned executive producer Robert Downey Jr., this production is directed by acclaimed filmmaker Park Chan-wook (‘Oldboy’). The plotset in the Cold War, follow in the footsteps of a communist spy of French-Vietnamese descent in an intriguing tale of espionage and conflict.

Among the most notable premieres of the month we find:

Series

  • Synanon: Deadly Faith‘(Premiere April 2)
  • Divided Youth (From the bridge to there)‘(Premiere April 4)
  • All American‘(Season 6 April 8)
  • The sympathizer‘(Premiere April 15)
  • Sierra Madre: No entry‘(Premiere April, the 21st)
  • The Jinx: Life and Deaths of Robert Durst‘ (Season 2 April 22)
  • Velma‘ (Season 2 April 25th)
  • We’re Here‘(Season 4 April 27)

Films

  • A dangerous therapy‘(Premiere April 1st)
  • Another dangerous therapy. Total relapse!‘(Premiere April 1st)
  • Infection‘(Premiere April 1st)
  • The face of terror‘(Premiere April 1st)
  • Metalocalypse: Army of the Doomstar‘(Premiere 6 of April)
  • Alex Edelman: Just for Us‘(Premiere April 7)
  • Brandy Hellville: The Cult of Fast Fashion‘(Premiere April 10th)
  • An American Bombing: The Road to April 19th‘(Premiere April 17th)

Furthermore, one of the most anticipated returns is that of ‘The Jinx‘, the shocking docuseries that follows the investigation into the crimes related to Robert Durst. Almost a decade after its first season, the filmmakers offer us new details and interviews in a tireless search for the truth.

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