What’s New on HBO This September
What’s New on HBO This September
This September, get ready for HBO’s must-see series, movies, and documentaries. Our line-up includes the highly anticipated premiere of Scenes from a Marriage, adapted from Ingmar Bergman’s 1973 Swedish classic and starring Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain. The limited series re-examines the show’s iconic depiction of love, hatred, desire, monogamy, marriage, and divorce through the lens of a contemporary American couple. Also premiering this month is Nuclear Family, the three-part documentary series following filmmaker Ry Russo-Young as she turns the camera on her own past to explore the meaning of family.
And make every night a movie night this month with fan-favorite films like Mortal Kombat, Those Who Wish Me Dead, Promising Young Woman, and more — all available to stream on HBO Max.
Adapted from Ingmar Bergman’s 1973 Swedish classic, and starring Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain, Scenes from a Marriage re-examines the show’s iconic depiction of love, hatred, desire, monogamy, marriage, and divorce through the lens of a contemporary American couple.
New Episodes on HBO
HBO Sports, NFL Films, and the Dallas Cowboys are teaming up for an unfiltered all-access look at what it takes to make it in the National Football League in Hard Knocks: The Dallas Cowboys.
Nuclear Family is a three-part documentary series that follows filmmaker Ry Russo-Young as she turns the camera on her own past to explore the meaning of family.
Based on true events and adapted from a bestselling book, this six-part limited drama series directed by Academy Award-winning director Jean-Xavier de Lestrade chronicles the disappearance of a teenage girl in western France — and how a single act of violence impacted an entire country.
John Oliver continues to help make sense of the madness that is our increasingly volatile world in his award-winning series.
Comedian and satirist Bill Maher hosts this Emmy-nominated talk show, covering the week’s news and featuring a panel of guests, including actors, activists, politicians, musicians, comedians, and more.
This four-part documentary essay produced and directed by acclaimed director Spike Lee (4 Little Girls, When the Levees Broke) is a rich tapestry of New York City in the 21st century, weaving together the stories, memories, and insights of those who were eyewitnesses to the city's greatest challenges.
Premieres and Finales
September 7 at 10 pm: Hard Knocks ‘21: The Dallas Cowboys, finale
September 11 at 10 pm: NYC Epicenters 9/11➔2021½, docuseries finale
September 12 at 9 pm: Scenes from a Marriage, limited drama series premiere
September 14 at 8 pm: Level Playing Field, docuseries premiere
September 26 at 10 pm: Nuclear Family, docuseries premiere
September 1 at 7:40 pm: Bodas De Oro (aka The Anniversary)
September 3 at 8 pm: America
September 17 at 8 pm: El Cuartito
September 4 at 8 pm: News of the World
September 9 at 3:01 am: Mortal Kombat
September 25 at 8 pm: Promising Young Woman
September 30 at 3:01 am: Those Who Wish Me Dead
Movies Starting September 1
Army of Darkness
Deck the Halls
Doctor Dolittle (1967)
Dr. Dolittle 3
Evil Dead 2
In The Heart of the Sea
King Kong (2005)
Lady in the Water
My Golden Days
Ouija Origin of Evil
Seeking A Friend for the End of the World
Showdown in Little Tokyo
The Cell 2
The Day After Tomorrow
The Evil Dead
The Good German
The Good Heart
View From the Top
Waiting to Exhale
What They Had
What Women Want
Starting September 4
News of the World
Starting September 9
Starting September 25
Promising Young Woman
Starting September 30
Those Who Wish Me Dead
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