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Ten years after the Season 3 finale, In Treatment is returning for a new season, this time starring Emmy winner Uzo Aduba as the central therapist. She’ll help guide a trio of patients as she wrestles with her own issues in this half-hour drama series.
HBO is going back in time for a currently untitled drama series following the professional and personal lives of the 1980s Los Angeles Lakers, one of sports’ most revered and dominant dynasties.
Robin Thede and Issa Rae executive-produce the narrative sketch comedy series set in a limitless magical reality full of dynamic, hilarious characters and celebrity guests. Catch up on Season 1 before Season 2 premieres April 23.
Told in five powerful acts, this film is an intimate and revealing look at the life and career of Tina Turner, charting the queen of rock 'n' roll's rise to early fame, her lifelong personal and professional struggles, and her improbable resurgence as a global phenomenon in the 1980s.
Dylan Farrow alleges that her father Woody Allen sexually abused her when she was seven years old. This four-part documentary chronicles this accusation along with Allen and Mia Farrow’s custody trial, Allen's relationship with Farrow’s daughter Soon-Yi, and the aftermath.
All of HBO is also available to stream via HBO Max. Here’s what you need to know about the new platform, now available on Amazon devices, including the Amazon Fire TV Stick.
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