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.
Mark Ruffalo won a Golden Globe for his performance as twin brothers struggling with family history and mental illness in this limited series adaptation directed by Derek Cianfrance (Blue Valentine).
Bill Paxton stars as Bill Henrickson, a polygamist who faces a myriad of challenges in meeting the emotional, romantic, and financial needs of his three wives and seven children in suburban Salt Lake City.
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As her life crumbles around her, a small-town Pennsylvania detective (Kate Winslet) investigates a local murder in the new limited series.
The Nevers follows the last years of Victoria’s reign as London is beset by the “Touched”: people — mostly women — who suddenly manifest abnormal abilities, some charming, some very disturbing.
The story of House Targaryen will be told. House of the Dragon, the prequel to Game of Thrones, is coming to HBO and HBO Max.
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.
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