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New Arrivals for HBO Max September 2020

by Andrew J. Salazar

Things are shaking up for HBO Max this September. A handful of promising new originals complement the streamer’s distinct catalogs as they slowly, but surely, continue to fill up. The nature of HBO Max’s library is quite peculiar within the current streaming landscape. Despite boasting notable titles from Warner Bros. and so forth, certain household names find themselves rotating in and out of HBO Max and competing platforms. The Harry Potter films saw the same fate last month, to great dismay from subscribers, and September is no different for the selection of what’s leaving is, unfortunately, jam packed.

Though the departures are arguably balanced with the latest arrivals. Original content this month is coming from prestigious filmmakers such as Ridley Scott and Luca Guadagnino. Classic must-see films such as The Conversation, Dog Day Afternoon, and Marathon Man are making their way to HBO Max – seriously, make the time to watch these if anything. Of course, one can never go wrong with a re-watch of Point Break, V for Vendetta, or Snakes on a Plane as they also join the streamer.

One of the more crucial improvements to HBO Max this September, the Adult Swim library is seeing great growth. Fans should be pleased to finally see Black Dynamite, Sealab 2021, Moral Orel, Superjail!, The Brak Show, Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!, and Squidbillies nice at home in the Adult Swim catalog. Get the full list of everything coming to and leaving HBO Max below along with more of our streaming recs. See what’s also joining Netflix, Hulu, and Disney+ this month!

Our Recs:

Raised by Wolves

Those who have been craving more sci-fi content from Ridley Scott need look no further. Raised by Wolves follows two androids whose mission is to restart human civilization on a new inhabitable planet. Fitting for Scott to be involved given the similar themes to his last two Alien films. Scott directing more androids as they contemplate life in the moody stretches of space is never a bad thing!

Unpregnant

A new comedic drama from Rachel Lee Goldenberg, Unpregnant follows the most unlikely cross-country road trip of two young girls. The world suddenly becomes a different place when you’re pregnant at 17, and this journey will definitely bring out a life lesson like no other. Starring Haley Lu Richardson, Barbie Ferreira, and Giancarlo Esposito, this has all the elements for what could be one of 2020’s most unique coming-of-age films.

We Are Who We Are

Speaking of the coming-of-age genre, We Are Who We Are is the latest from Luca Guadagnino. This miniseries follows two American kids living on a U.S military base in Italy. The two experience young love as they explore identity and interpersonal relationships. Lead by Jack Dylan Grazer and Jordan Kristine Seamón, all eyes are on what will surely be at least an interesting watch. The trailer already radiates the same energy and aesthetics from Guadagnino’s previous works (Call Me By Your Name specifically).

HBO Max’s Arrivals for September 2020

Coming September 1

93Queen, 2018
All The Right Moves, 1983 (HBO)
The Astronaut Farmer, 2007 (HBO)
Badlands, 1973
Ballmastrz: 9009, 2018
Bandidas, 2006 (HBO)
Barnyard, 2006 (HBO)
The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, 2012 (HBO)
Black Dynamite, 2012
Blood Diamond, 2006
The Bodyguard, 1992
The Brak Show, 2000
Butterfield 8, 1960
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, 1958
Caveman, 1981 (HBO)
Charlotte’s Web, 1973
The Cider House Rules, 1999 (HBO)
City Of God, 2003 (HBO)
Clara’s Heart, 1988
Clerks, 1994 (HBO)
Cold Creek Manor, 2003 (HBO)
Congo, 1995 (HBO)
The Conversation, 1974
Cop Out, 2010
The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button, 2008 (HBO)
Date Movie, 2006 (Unrated Version) (HBO)
Dave, 1993
The Devil Inside, 2012 (HBO)
Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, 2002
Doctor Who, Season 12
Dog Day Afternoon, 1975
Dolores Claiborne, 1995
Election, 1999
Fatal Attraction, 1987
Father of the Bride, 1950
Final Destination 5, 2011 (HBO)
Flight Of The Phoenix, 2004 (HBO)
Forensic Files II, Season 1
Going the Distance, 2010
A Good Year, 2006 (HBO)
Grease, 1978
Harlem Nights, 1989
Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law, 2000
Heartbreakers, 2001 (HBO)
A Hidden Life, 2019 (HBO)
Honeymoon in Vegas, 1992
Idlewild, 2006 (HBO)
Impractical Jokers, Seasons 5-8
Impractical Jokers: After Party, 2002
Impractical Jokers: The Movie, 2020
Infomercials, 2013
In Good Company, 2004 (HBO)
Jackson, 2016
JFK, 1991
Joe Pera Talks With You, 2018
Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, 2012 (HBO)
Joyful Noise, 2012
A Kiss Before Dying, 1991 (HBO)
The Lake House, 2006
Lassie Come Home, 1943
Lazor Wulf, Season 1
Lean on Me, 1989
Life with Father, 1947
Little, 2019 (HBO)
Little Women, 1949
Lost in Space, 1998
A Man Apart, 2003
Mao Mao, Heroes of Pure Heart, Episodes 1-30
Marathon Man, 1976
The Mexican, 2001
Miracle Workers, Season 1
Midnight Run, 1988 (HBO)
Miracle At St. Anna, 2008 (HBO)
Miss Congeniality, 2000
Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous, 2005
Moral Orel, Seasons 1-3
Murder by Numbers, 2002
Netizens, 2018
Observe and Report, 2009
Off the Air, 2011
An Officer and a Gentleman, 1982
OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes, Seasons 1-3
The Operative, 2019 (HBO)
The Outsiders, 1983
Over the Garden Wall, 2014
Over The Hedge, 2006 (HBO)
Point Break, 1991 (HBO)
Private Benjamin, 1980
Prometheus, 2012 (HBO)
PT 109, 1963
Red Riding Hood, 2011
The Replacements, 2000
Replicas, 2019 (HBO)
Reversal of Fortune, 1990
A Room With A View, 1986 (HBO)
Sealab 2021, Seasons 1-5
See No Evil, 2006 (HBO)
Shrek Forever After, 2010
Sin Cielo, 2018 (HBO)
The Sitter, 2011 (Unrated Version) (HBO)
Snakes on a Plane, 2006
Son of the Mask, 2005
Squidbillies, Seasons 1-12
Star 80, 1983
Sunrise at Campobello, 1960
Superjail!, Seasons 1-4
Tennessee Johnson, 1942
Three Kings, 1999
Tigtone, Season 1
Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!, Seasons 1-5
Too Beautiful: Our Right to Fight, 2018
Two Weeks Notice, 2002
V for Vendetta, 2006
Victoria and Abdul, 2017 (HBO)
The Wedding Singer, 1998
Wes Craven’s New Nightmare, 1994
When We Were Kings, 1996 (HBO)
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, 1966
The Wind and the Lion, 1975
Young Sheldon, Seasons 1-3

Coming September 3

Raised by Wolves, Season 1 Premiere

Coming September 4

Lo Dejo Cuando Quiera (Aka I Can Quit Whenever I Want), 2019 (HBO)

Coming September 5

Spies in Disguise, 2019 (HBO)

Coming September 10

Unpregnant, Film Premiere

Coming September 11

Detention Adventure, Season 1
Huracán (Aka Hurricane), 2019 (HBO)
Make It Big, Make It Small, Season 1

Coming September 12

Coastal Elites (HBO)

Coming September 14

The Third Day, Limited Series Premiere (HBO)
We Are Who We Are, Drama Series Premiere (HBO)

Coming September 15

Re:ZERO, Season 2

Coming September 17

Weston Woods, 2020

Coming September 18

Habla Now (HBO)
La Musiquita Por Dentro, 2019 (HBO)

Coming September 19

The Invisible Man, 2020 (HBO)

Coming September 23

Agents of Chaos Part 1 (HBO)
Agents of Chaos Part 2 (HBO)

Coming September 25

Fandango at the Wall, 2020 (HBO)

Coming September 26

Just Mercy, 2019 (HBO)

Coming September 27

Patria, HBO Europe Series Premiere (HBO)

Leaving HBO Max in September

There are many fantastic titles that are sadly leaving. Some will more than likely return to HBO Max sometime in the future (Superman Returns and Gremlins for example). The same can’t be said for others, but at least they’re leaving at the end of September. This means more time to watch hits like The Exorcist, Interview with the Vampire, and Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior.

Leaving September 7:

A Star is Born, 2018 (HBO)
The Hate U Give, 2018

Leaving September 8:

The Oslo Diaries, 2018 (HBO)

Leaving September 28:

24/7 College Football, 2019 (HBO)

Leaving September 30:

Alita: Battle Angel, 2019 (HBO)
Anna, 2019 (HBO)
Apocalypse Now, 1979 (HBO)
Armageddon, 1998 (HBO)
Blade, 1998
Blazing Saddles, 1974
Bohemian Rhapsody, 2018 (HBO)
The Departed, 2006
The Exorcist, 1973
Free Willy, 1993
Grease, 1978
Gremlins, 1984
Interview with the Vampire, 1994
Journey to the Center of the Earth, 2008
Madagascar, 2005 (HBO)
Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior, 1983
Mrs. Doubtfire, 1993 (HBO)
The Postman Always Rings Twice, 1981
Saving Private Ryan, 1998
Shaft, 2019 (HBO)
Space Jam, 1996
Superman Returns, 2006
Troy, 2004
War of the Worlds, 2005 (HBO)
Wedding Crashers, 2005
The Wedding Singer, 1998
The Wild Bunch, 1969

Check out what’s also coming to the following streaming services throughout September:

Follow managing editor Andrew J. Salazar on Twitter: @AndrewJ626

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