What’s New on HBO This December
Bring 2020 to a close with HBO’s must-see series, movies, and documentaries. This December, our line-up includes the season finales of His Dark Materials and Industry, as well as premieres for HBO Documentary films 40 Years a Prisoner and The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart. December tidings also include the highly-anticipated special episode of euphoria.
And if you’re ready for a holiday movie marathon, look no further. HBO is home to your favorite family holiday movies like The Family Stone and much more. With so much to stream on HBO Max, the only question is: What will you watch first?
New Episodes on HBO
New Documentaries on HBO
This haunting documentary profiles infamous Nevada fertility specialist Dr. Quincy Fortier, a man who deceived countless women struggling to conceive by using his own sperm — without their knowledge or consent — to impregnate them.
The four-part series examines filmmaker Madison Hamburg’s complicated journey to solve an unspeakable crime and absolve the people he loves while seeking out answers within his own fractured family and community.
This illuminating documentary chronicles the controversial 1978 Philadelphia police raid on the radical back-to-nature group MOVE and the aftermath that led to a son’s decades-long fight to free his parents.
Go inside the story of a Pentecostal minister accused of attempting to murder his wife with a rattlesnake in the sleepy town of Scottsboro, Alabama — and the investigation and trial that haunted Southern Appalachia for decades.
The Bee Gees, made up of brothers Barry, Maurice, and Robin Gibb, wrote more than 1,000 songs and had 20 No. 1 hits throughout their career. The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart follows the rise of this legendary band and the evolution of their music over five decades.
Based on Francisco Goldman’s book of the same name and executive-produced by George Clooney and Grant Heslov, this film tells the story of the 1998 murder of Guatemalan human rights activist Bishop Juan Gerardi, which stunned a country ravaged by decades of political violence.
Everett Stone brings his fiancé Meredith home for the holidays to meet his wacky, bohemian family. But neurotic, uptight Meredith doesn't exactly fit right in. Diane Keaton, Claire Danes, Craig T. Nelson, Rachel McAdams, Dermot Mulroney, and Sarah Jessica Parker star in the emotional comedy-drama.
Family Movie Night
Premieres and Finales
December 2 at 9 pm: Baby God, HBO Documentary Films premiere
December 6 at 10 pm: Murder on Middle Beach, series finale
December 6 at 9 pm: euphoria, special episode
December 8 at 9 pm: 40 Years A Prisoner, HBO Documentary Films premiere
December 9 at 8 pm: Alabama Snake, HBO Documentary Films premiere
December 12 at 8 pm: The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart, HBO Documentary Films premiere
December 16 at 9 pm: The Art of Political Murder, HBO Documentary Films premiere
December 21 at 10 pm: Industry, season finale
December 28 at 9 pm: His Dark Materials, season finale
December 5 at 8 pm: The Photograph
December 19 at 8 pm: Wendy
December 26 at 8 pm: Independence Day
Movies Starting December 1
40 Days and 40 Nights
Bright Young Things
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days
Fifty Shades of Black
Gods and Monsters
Harry and the Hendersons
Just My Luck
Rock of Ages
Shaun of the Dead
Snow White and the Huntsman
Still of the Night
The Blind Side
The Book of Henry
The Crow: City of Angels
The Crow: Salvation
The Crow: Wicked Prayer
The Family Man
The Girl with All the Gifts
The Hard Way
The Human Stain
The Stunt Man
The Wedding Date
Trapped in Paradise
Wrath of the Titans
Leaving December 10
Leaving December 15
The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part
Leaving December 25
Leaving December 26
Leaving December 31
A Boy Called Sailboat
Boys and Girls
Death at a Funeral
Dreaming of Joseph Lees
Drop Dead Fred
I Never Promised You a Rose Garden
In Like Flint
John Tucker Must Die
Justin Bieber’s Believe
La La Land
Lucy in the Sky
Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted
Martin Lawrence You So Crazy
Miracle at St. Anna
Much Ado About Nothing
Our Man Flint
People Like Us
Ready or Not
The Adventures of the Panda Warrior
The Big Year
The Family Stone
The Good Son
The Kid Who Would Be King
The Killing of a Chinese Bookie
The Resurrection of Gavin Stone
The Talented Mr. Ripley
What’s Your Number?
When We Were Kings
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