September is the month of the year when we return to our TV screens again after a long summer holiday. As a consequence, HBO Now will add quite a lot of great content in the same month.
Not only will HBO Now add great content to its network in September, but the same is also true for Netflix, especially Canadian Netflix (which is quite similar to HBO Now when it comes to theatrical premieres). The biggest premiere on HBO Now in September is without doubt La La Land. The incredibly boring movie that won a lot of Oscar statues will have its premiere on HBO Now on September 16th. I am not looking forward to it, and I believe the same is true for the general viewer. Critics, however, love the movie, and thus they will have a good time watching it over and over again on HBO Now.
Some people wait for the movie Snowman, with Michael Fassbender. It will come to theaters worldwide this autumn, but while waiting, why not watch the same guy in Assasin’s Creed instead? The movie never became a big success in theaters, but maybe it will enjoy a new era of success on HBO Now? The same movie will be made available on Canadian Netflix in September.
Are you looking for a movie to watch with your girlfriend, boyfriend or maybe your parents? Stream Why Him? a romantic comedy where the father wonders how his daughter could pick such a terrible guy. This is a story we have seen so many times before, but we still enjoy it over and over again.
Don’t you feel like watching any of these movies? You will probably get a better laugh if you watch Dumb and Dumber, the classic movie, which will be added to HBO Now on September 1st.
I am not a fan of La La Land, but I do like movies with lots of singing. That is why I need to hurry up, because both Mamma Mia and Blues Brothers will leave HBO Now on September 30th.
Coming to HBO Now September 2017
Traders, 2016 (9/1)
A Monster Calls, 2016 (9/2)
Hidden Figures, 2016 (9/9)
La La Land, 2016 (9/16)
Assassin’s Creed, 2016 (9/23)
Why Him?, 2016 (9/30)
Coming to HBO Now on September 1
Alvin and The Chipmunks: The Squeakquel, 2009
The Amityville Horror, 2005
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, 1999
Body of Lies, 2008
The Crew, 2000
Dumb and Dumber, 1994
The Express, 2008
Fantastic Voyage, 1966
Fried Green Tomatoes — Director’s Cut, 1991
Halloween: Resurrection, 2002
Head of State, 2003
Hellboy II: The Golden Army, 2008
How High, 2001
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, 2005
Keeping the Faith, 2000
Maximum Overdrive, 1986
My Sister’s Keeper, 2009
Scent of a Woman, 1992
Sea of Love, 1989
Sex and the City (The Movie) — Extended Version, 2008
Stick It, 2006
Which movies and TV series do you look forward to? Write a comment and let me know!