Spring into Streaming: HBO Max Releases New Shows and Movies in April 2023

Episodes of Succession continue to lead HBO's catalog

Spring into Streaming: HBO Max Releases New Shows and Movies in April 2023
Juan Carlos Saloz

Juan Carlos Saloz

HBO Max continues to compete against Netflix, Prime Video, Apple TV+, Disney+, and SkyShowtime in an increasingly tight streaming battle. Thanks to its great productions, the Game of Thrones platform usually leads in many months, and the latest ones have been marked by The Last of Us and Succession.


But what will HBO Max premiere in April? While continuing with weekly episodes of Succession, the platform will host some very interesting premieres this month, including the return of Barry and the premiere of Love & Death.

Top premieres on HBO Max in April

Barry – Season 4

The amusing story of Barry tells how a former Marine turned hitman ends up feeling a great interest in the performing arts and becoming an actor when he has to work in Los Angeles. This changes his outlook on life forever.

Release date: 04/17

Love and Death

This miniseries starring Elizabeth Olsen (Wandavision) and Jesse Plemons tells the story of two couples, the Montgomerys and the Gores. They are both very good, traditional friends who regularly attend church and live in a small town in Texas. But an extramarital affair begins to muddy the waters… until someone wields an axe and their lives take a dramatic turn.

Release date: 04/27


All the new series on HBO Max in April

The truth is that April is not the most standout month for HBO Max, as they have released several of their gems earlier in the year and now fall somewhat short in terms of top premieres. Even so, here is everything new coming to the platform in the coming weeks:

  • Barry (S4 / Final) – 04/17
  • Somebody Somewhere – 04/24
  • Love and Death – 04/27
  • Playing Dirty – 04/28

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Juan Carlos Saloz

Juan Carlos Saloz

Cultural journalist specialized in film, series, comics, video games, and everything your parents tried to keep you away from during your childhood. Also an aspiring film director, screenwriter, and professional troublemaker.

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