Wonder Woman 1984 it streams until January 24 on HBO Max, making the platform a destination heading into the new year. In addition to watching the infamous DC superhero on the small screen, viewers can check out a number of new releases in January including each season of Gossip Girl, Bill killed 1 and 2, Selena + chef, and a Euphoria special.
But a series of new HBO Max content is coming down the pipeline for 2021 that will entertain fans throughout the end of the month. Be sure to check out Denzel Washington’s new film, an awesome series with gore and monsters, and a compelling story that takes place in lockdown.
‘The little things’
As fans sit and wait for Washington to return as the Balancer in the next series, they can check it out The little things with Rami Malek and Jared Leto.
One of Warner Bros. ‘s latest creations. hit the stage, the film repairs a sheriff with a Los Angeles County cop to find a serial killer. But the sheriff’s history could jeopardize the investigation. Watch it on January 29th.
‘Euphoria’ Special Episode Part 2
Titled “F * ck Anyone Not a Sea Blob,” this special is the second installment of the Rue-centric Euphoria program that fell in December. Jules followed during the Christmas holidays as she pondered where she had been and where she is headed. Part 2 will be published on 24 January.
Interested in the Tiger Woods story? Both parts Tiger The documentary covers the journey of golf from childhood to sports superstition, and will not be free from controversy. His infamous DUI arrest and external affairs will be covered in the show that will first appear on January 10th.
Anne Hathaway and Chiwetel Ejiofor appear in this HBO Max with a panoramic theme about an outsider who gets the clear idea of drawing a jewelery heist in London. According to the log line from WarnerMedia, there are issues:
Just as they decide to separate, Linda (Anne Hathaway) and Paxton (Chiwetel Ejiofor) discover that life has other plans when they are stuck at home in a forced lock. Coexistence is a challenge, but inspired by poetry and lots of wine, it will bring them closer together in the most amazing way.
The dramedy arrives in January, but the exact date is yet to be announced.
If you’re a fan of horror, check out the premiere of the series 30 Coinn on 4 January. A troubled priest and a veterinarian come together to fight demons and other paranormal enemies in this dark, bloody series.
Based on the legend of Judas paying 30 coins, the Spanish drama comes from the famous filmmaker Álex de la Iglesia. The show has been getting rave reviews for weeks.
HBO Max also offers more Tarantino classes (Pulp Fiction and Investment dogs coming), lively options, new seasons of original series, and loads of Batman content submitted January 2021.