HBO Max premieres for Mexico and all of Latin America in April 2022

HBO Max premieres for Mexico and all of Latin America in April 2022

April brings a lot of news in relation to the catalog of HBO Max releases. Although the platform Usually some proposal is saved to offer week by week, below are the bulk of the alternatives that will be incorporated into your service during this month, both in series and in movies.

Within the series will arrive the first season of Tokyo Vicea combined bet with others that are classics within its fan base, such as Riverdale and Wellington Paranormal. Other options that can be enjoyed during this month are Gentleman Jack and made for love. But there is more.

In the movie sector, the premieres of HBO Max will add to the service the classic Great Turin. In addition to this production, there will be titles such as Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, the Ocean trilogy (the big scam; The new big scam; Now there are thirteen)together with others movies which we describe below.

HBO Max Series

  • Wellington Paranormal. Season 4. April 1.
  • Tokyo Vice. Season 1. April 8.
  • the pitch. Season 1. April 12.
  • Riverdale. Season 4. April 15.
  • The Flight Attendant. Season 2. April 22.
  • Barry. Season 5. April 25.
  • Mayans MC Season 4. April 25.
  • Gentleman Jack. Season 2. April 25.
  • made for love. Season 2. April 29.

Sign up in hbo max and you will have access to the best series and exclusive movies What TheWire, The Sopranos or Game of Thrones. It includes the entire Warner catalogue, the Cartoon Network classics and the big premieres like Matrix and dunes.

Films

  • Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me. April 1st.
  • Thawing. April 1st.
  • the informer. April 1st
  • Great Turin. April 1st.
  • Malory Towers. April 1st.
  • Ocean Trilogy: The Great Swindle; The new big scam; now it’s thirteen. April 1st.
  • Criminal Saints. 5th of April.
  • The WayBack. April 11.
  • Tenet. April 23rd.
  • The baby. April 25th.
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