Top 10 Shows On HBO Max In 2023
News - 30th Aug 2023
Friends: The Reunion
This is the right thing: HBO Max secured the Friends reunion special, and paid each cast member $2.5 million. This event was exclusively streamed on HBO Max along with the original 236 episodes.
Gossip Girl (2021)
Eight years after the original series CW series was cancelled, a new cast emerged. They will continue the story that Cecily von Ziegesar had written. You might be squinting at the thought of another reboot. But wait!
J.J. Abrams and Jordan Peele are the executive producers of this series. They are both television and film stars. Based on Mark Ruff's 2016 novel, it tells the story of Atticus Black, a man who sets out to cross Jim Crow America in the 1950s with his friend Letitia and uncle George. Courtney B. Vance and Jonathan Majors are among the others.
The New Pope
The New Pope is, in case your Pope content was confusing, a continuation from The Young Pope (2016) featuring Jude Law. Law is back as Pope Pius XIII, and John Malkovich joins him as Pope John Paul III.
Made for Love
After she divorces her husband, Byron Gogol, Hazel is the heroine in this TV adaptation of Alissa nutting's 2017 novel. She moves in with her father to a senior citizen trailer park. Yikes.
The Third Day
Dennis Kelly wrote the 2019 drama series and Jude Law stars. The story centers on a man who visits an island off the British coastline. Imagine Castaway but made into a TV series. It's also British.
Adventure Time: Distant Lands
Cartoon Network's beloved show was able to make a successful transition to streaming, reuniting many of its bizarre characters. (Especially BMO. We will continue to be around as long as BMO exists.
Love Life's premiere season, which starred Anna Kendrick as the lead, was a HBO Max exclusive title. The Good Place's William Jackson Harper is your favorite actor (or soon to be favourite) and Season Two will not disappoint.
The White Lotus
The White Lotus. The White Lotus. Mike White created something that will likely be remembered forever in the history of satirical television. We follow a group of characters on vacation to an island. This leads us to a shockingly tense murder mystery and some Jennifer Coolidge shenanigans.
Mare of Easttown
OK, fine. Get all of your Philadelphia-accent-hoagie-Wawa jokes out of your system. Are you ready? Good. You're good.