HBO GO – July 2020. What’s new? List of premieres

“At home” is a new Polish HBO project

“At home” is a new original HBO project, which involved as many as 14 Polish artists. During social isolation and with restrictions, they prepared as many as 16 different projects that will hit the site exactly on July 16. The list of artists included Jacek Borcuch, Andrzej Dragan, Krzysztof Garbaczewski, Renata Gąsiorowska, Magnus von Horn, Paweł Łoziński, Jan P. Matuszyński, Tomek Popakul, Jerzy Skolimowski, Krzysztof Skonieczny, Małgorzata Szumowska / Michał Englert, Mariusz Treliński, Anna Zamecka / Sung Rae Cho and Xawery Żuławski. If you associate “Blind from lights”, and certainly it is so, then you certainly noticed that among the listed was just the creator of the HBO series Krzysztof Skonieczny.

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What is worth watching on HBO GO?

But this is not the only solid HBO novelty in July. The list also includes several cinema (film) hits, such as “Ice Land II”, “Pokémon: Detective Pikachu”, “Godzilla II: King of Monsters” and “Angels Charlie” The second and third of the titles are definitely my favorites and I can’t looking forward to being able to repeat two such great shows. Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska appeared in Charlie’s Angels.

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The mini-series “Quiz” promises to be very interesting, consisting of three episodes about the scam that was made in the British version of “Millionaires”. The participant answering the questions allegedly suggested coughing-hints of his loved ones, which he does not admit during the 20-year trial. July is also the 4th season of “Peace 104”. New episodes of such productions as “Tropiciele”, “Black Monday”, “Perry Mason”, “Doom Patroli” and “Stargirl” will be continued.

Star Wars for HBO GO

As it turns out, in July at HBO GO there will also be movies from the Star Wars saga. The following titles are scheduled to be added on July 17:

  • “Star Wars: Part I: The Phantom Menace”
  • “Star Wars: Part II: Attack of the Clones”
  • “Star Wars: Part III: Revenge of the Sith”
  • “Star Wars: Clone Wars”
  • “Han Solo: Star Wars – Stories”

There are currently 5 seasons of the “Star Wars: Clone Wars” animation on HBO GO, the next series of which hit Netflix earlier, and the final one recently debuted on Disney +. There is no indication that new seasons should be added to HBO GO.

The new Polish HBO project in July at HBO GO

  • At home Polish anthology of films; 16 filmmakers. 14 stories. Closing time and many restrictions. What does it mean to be a creator in times of an unprecedented epidemic that made us all have to stay in our homes? – premiere: July 16

New series in July at HBO GO

  • 4 Blocks I-III – three seasons of the series telling the story of friendship, family, betrayal and guilt within an Arab clan living in the Neukölln district of Berlin – premiere: July 1, all seasons in full)

  • Quiz – miniseries depicting the history of a former military man who caused a great scandal, winning the dishonest way of winning a million pounds in the British game show edition millionaires. In the lead role, known from the HBO series Succession Matthew MacFadyen – premiere on July 12, all season (* note – change of release date)

  • Framework I-II – two seasons of the series about a young American of Egyptian descent, whose life is everyday balancing between the two worlds. On the one hand is a member of the Muslim community that considers life a moral test, and on the other a millennium – a representative of the generation that believes that there are no obligations and consequences in life. The author of the production is Rama Youssef, which we will also see in the lead role – premiere: July 22, both seasons in full

  • Room 104 IV (Room 104 IV) – the fourth season of the original story of a typical American hotel room and its unusual, changing guests every night; anthology created by brothers Jay and Marek Duplass – premiered on July 25

New episodes of series on HBO GO in July

  • Tropiciele (Trackers) – the new Cinemax series, a multi-threaded action thriller with organized crime, diamond smuggling and international terrorism in the background. The production was entirely filmed in South Africa – the final episode: July 11

  • Black Monday II (Black Monday II) – the second season of the series about a group of outsiders that led to the largest stock market crash in history. The new episodes focus on the consequences that the so-called Black Monday – final episode: July 20

  • I can destroy you (I May Destroy You) new HBO series; a story that puts the central question of the boundary between being liberated and being exploited. The series tells the story of a young woman who tries to reassemble her life after discovering the events one night. In the lead role, the originator of Michael Coel

  • Perry Mason – new HBO series; story based on the character of the legendary lawyer from the novel by Erle Stanley Gardner. One of the producers of the series is Robert Downey Jr., starring Matthew Rhys

  • Doom Patrol II – the second season of the series depicting the adventures of an unusual group of superheroes – Doom Patrol
  • Stargirl – a new DC series about superheroes this time in a teenage edition. The story of high school student Courtney Whitmore, who discovers super strong and decides to inspire a group of young heroes to fight against villains from the past

  • Weekly review: Evening with John Oliver VII (Last Week Tonight with John Oliver VII) – seventh season of the program John Oliver – one of the funniest television personalities who presents his own point of view on many social, political and existential issues – new episodes on Mondays after 20:00

New movies on HBO GO

  • Kraina lodu II (Frozen II) – Elsa and Anna and their friends leave Arendelle to travel into the unknown and try to discover what threatens their kingdom. The second part of the blockbuster cinema loved by millions of children around the world – premiere: July 5

  • Pokémon: Detective Pikachu the private investigator disappears in unexplained circumstances, and his son tries his best to find out what exactly happened. The first feature-length movie about the world of Pokemon – premiere: July 12

  • Godzilla II: King of the Monsters (Godzilla: Tthe King of Monsters) – Godzilla returns to face other giant beings in the fight for world domination – Premiere: July 19
  • We’re not home (Sorry We Missed You) – marriage with two children dreams of a better life, which leads them to make a risky decision. Film awarded the Audience Award at the San Sebastian IFF – premiere: July 25
  • Charlie’s Angels (Charlie’s Angels (2019)) – new movie version Charlie’s angels who must step in to save the future of our planet. Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska as representatives of the new generation in legendary roles – premiere: July 26

Classic movies in July at HBO GO:

  • A series of iconic comedy films about the clumsy lieutenant Frank Drebiniu (played by Leslie Nielsen), who gets into trouble every now and then Naked weapon: From the files of the Special Department, Naked weapon 2 1/2: Who will defend the president? and Naked weapon 33 1/3: Final insult – premiere: 1 July

News on HBO GO in July for the youngest:

  • Grizzy and LemmingsFrench animated series about a bear named Grizzy and fun-loving lemmings – premiere: July 3, all season
  • Strong Mike (Might Mike) – animated series about the daily adventures of a calm and stable pug named Mike – premiere: July 10, all season

Dokemunty in July at HBO GO – films and series:

  • Crime obsession (I’ll Be Gone in the Dark) – HBO documentary series directed twice by an Oscar-nominated and Emmy-winning Liz Garbus; the production is a screen adaptation of the best-selling book by Michelle McNamary of the same title. This is a record of a journalistic investigation into a brutal serial rapist and murderer – new episodes on Monday

  • Show business kids (Showbiz Kids) – a documentary film showing the ups and downs of show business children; the production presents interviews and an assessment of the life and output of the most famous actors in the world who began their career as children – premiere: 15 July
  • Banksy: Outlaw art (Banksy and the Rise of Outlaw Art) – a documentary about Banksy, one of the most recognizable street art creators in the world, whose politically engaged art and numerous provocations outraged the establishment for over two decades – premiere: July 16
  • Stockton – a documentary about Stockton, California, the first city of its size to declare bankruptcy following the financial crash in 2008. Ten years later, 28-year-old African-American mayor Michael Tubbs manages to bring the city back to prosperity – premiere: July 29

July news at HBO GO – day by day:

  • July 1
    • 4 Blocks, episode 1-6 (all season)
    • 4 Blocks II, episode 1-7 (all season)
    • 4 Blocks III, episode 1-6 (all season)
    • For humor and Sunny
    • Naked weapon: From the files of the Special Department
    • Naked weapon 2 1/2: Who will defend the president?
    • Naked weapon 33 1/3: Final insult
  • July 2
  • July 3
    • Doom Patrol II, episode 4
    • Grizzy and Lemmings, ep. 1- 78 (all season)
    • On the set
  • 4th of July
    • Trackers, episode 5
    • God exists and her name is Petrunia
    • 25 o’clock
    • My friend Ufik
  • July 5
  • July 6
    • Crime Obsession, ep. 2
    • Perry Mason, ep. 3
    • Black Monday II, Episode 8
    • Stand by me
  • July 7
    • I can destroy you, episode 5
    • Stargirl, ep. 8
  • July 9
  • 10th of July
    • Doom Patrol II, episode 5
    • Strong Mike, episode 1- 40 (all season)
    • On the set
  • July 11
    • Trackers, episode 6
    • Easy country
  • 12 July
    • Quiz, ep. 1-3 (all season)
    • Pokémon: Detective Pikachu
    • To the stars
    • Abou Leila
  • July 13
    • Crime Obsession, ep. 3
    • Perry Mason, ep. 4
    • Black Monday II, Episode 9
    • Hidden Dimension
    • Mickey and the bear
  • July 14
    • I can destroy you, episode 6
    • Stargirl, ep. 9
  • July 15
  • July 16
    • At home
    • Banksy: Outlaw art
    • Giants of steel
  • July 17
    • Doom Patrol II, episode 6
    • I am number four
    • On the set
    • Star Wars: Part I: Dark Phantom
    • Star Wars: Part II: Attack of the Clones
    • Star Wars: Part III: Revenge of the Sith
    • Star Wars: Clone Wars
    • Han Solo: Star Wars – Stories
  • July 18
  • July 19
    • Godzilla II: King of the Monsters
    • Red Hatchback
  • 20th of July
    • Crime Obsession, ep. 4
    • Perry Mason, ep. 5
    • Black Monday II, Episode 10
    • Weekly review: Evening with John Oliver VII, episode 18
    • Dark crystal
  • July 21
    • I can destroy you, episode 7
    • Stargirl, ep. 10
  • July 22
    • Framework, ep. 1-10 (all season)
    • Framework II, episode 1-10 (all season)
  • July 23
  • July 24
    • Doom Patrol II, episode 7
    • Angel’s nostalgy
    • On the set
  • July 25
    • Room 104 IV, episode 1
    • We’re not home
    • Karel, me and you
  • July 26
    • Charlie’s Angels
    • My little Zoe
    • Ulysses i Mona
  • July 27
    • Crime Obsession, ep. 5
    • Perry Mason, ep. 6
    • Weekly review: Evening with John Oliver VII, episode 19
    • Ordinary People (1980)
    • Lillian
  • July 28
    • I can destroy you, episode 8
    • Stargirl, ep. 11
  • July 29
  • July 31
    • Doom Patrol II, episode 8
    • Project: Monster
    • On the set