Five new titles not to be missed in April on HBO!

HBO has premieres of five new series that we should pay attention to

HBO and other stream services help us to get through #stayathome days faster. We have singled out five premieres of the HBO series, four of them are classic genre shows and one is docuseries. Without further ado here comes the list!


1. Atlanta's Missing and Murdered: The Lost Children


The second season of the excellent Netflix series Mindhunter was about child murder in Atlanta. The dark moment of American history - the most famous serial killer of black skin - has been dealt with in great detail. Until then, the race and gender of serial killers were thought to be reserved exclusively for the male white population.


Now we got Atlanta's Missing and Murdered, series that follows the murders that took place between 1979-1981 and over 100 FBI agents were working on the case. There were a total of 28 victims, but the exact number has not been defined to date.


Premiere 5. April 2020


2. Run


Perhaps the most anticipated premiere in April. Knowing that the project features - Phoebe Waller-Bridge and her coauthor Vicky Jones from Fleabag and Killing Eve, we can predict that this might be a new hit series! The plot is a classic romantic comedy, but it's officially run as Comedic Thriller. The two main actors are Domhnall Gleeson and Merritt Weaver.


The story follows Ruby Richardson that walks away from her ordinary life in the suburbs to revisit her past with her college boyfriend, Billy Johnson. The two made a pact 17 years earlier: If either one of them texted the word "RUN" and the other replied with the same, they would drop everything and meet in Grand Central Station and travel across America together.


The series has eight episodes, starting April 12, 2020


3. Entre Hombres


A Spanish-language mini-series, Entre Hombres deals with crime in Buenos Aires during 1996. The darkest era of uncontrolled violence in a major city. Gangs are ruled by corrupt rich people, assisted by corrupt police, violence is at every turn, and heroes do not exist. Starring: Gabriel 'El Puma' GoityNicolas Furtado, Diego Velazquez, and Diego Cremones.


The series has four episodes, starting April 20, 2020


4. We’re Here


The six-part unscripted series recruits small-town residents across America to participate in a one-night-only drag show. In each episode, renowned drag queens Bob the Drag Queen, Eureka O’Hara, and Shangela Laquifa Wadley will inspire and teach their own “drag daughters” to step outside their comfort zone for a night of no-holds-barred, full-on drag.

We’re Here is definitely not going to be for everyone. It is an unscripted series, created and produced by Stephen Warren and Johnny Ingram, so at least we hope to get some spontaneity.


The series has six episodes, starting April 23, 2020


5. I Know This Much Is True


Series follows the lives of identical twin Dominic and Thomas Birdsey and their different life paths, marked by betrayal, sacrifice, and forgiveness. It is an adaptation of the 1998 novella by Wally Lamb directed by Derek Cianfrance (Blue Valentine). The twins are portrayed by Mark Ruffalo, who is followed along with a great casting: Melissa Leo, Rosie O'Donnell, and Juliette Lewis.


The series has six episodes, starting April 27, 2020

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