Two documentaries based on real events, three new series and more episodes of ‘Tokyo Vice’ and ‘Larry David (Curb Your Enthusiasm)’
Last week was not the best for the HBO Max catalogbut the titles presented this week have more than made up for it. With the premiere of the second season of Tokyo Vice PresidentDalma Maradona’s miniseries about her father, the adventures of actor Larry David and Fight: Capote vs. The SwansRyan Murphy’s new series starring an exceptional cast, the streaming platform brings seven novelties for all tastes.
This week’s HBO Max news (February 5 to 11)
- Found – Monday, February 5
- Larry David – Curb Your Enthusiasm (Season 12) – Monday, February 5
- The daughter of God: Dalma Maradona – Tuesday, February 6
- Fight: Capote vs. The Swans – Wednesday February 7
- Tokyo Vice President (Season 2) – Thursday February 8
- A revolution on the canvas – Thursday February 8
- They called it mostly harmless – Thursday February 8
Framed in the crime drama genre, Found is a series that revolves around more than 600,000 disappearances that occur in the US every year. The protagonist is Gabi Mosely, who together with a group of researchers is dedicated to addressing these cases so that they do not fall into oblivion, especially those of people of color, who are often ignored.
The series consists of 13 episodeswith a duration of approximately 40 minutes each. It is available on HBO Max starting today, Monday February 5.
Larry David – Curb Your Enthusiasm (Season 12)
This is the 12th season of this television series, which began airing in 2000 and has won Emmy and Golden Globe awards in the comedy category. Through home videos, ironic humor and uncomfortable situationsWe will get to know a little better about the daily life of the actor, screenwriter and producer Larry David, who plays himself.
This season consists of 10 episodeswith a duration of between 32 and 40 minutes each. It is available on HBO Max starting today, Monday February 5.
The daughter of God: Dalma Maradona
Dalma Maradona is the eldest daughter of Diego Armando Maradonaone of the best footballers of all time, and in this documentary series he tells in first person what the bond he had with his father was like. An intimate and moving look at the life and career of the Argentine star, where We will discover anecdotes and revelations through interviews with people who were important in his life: Guillermo Coppola, Sergio Goycochea and Carlos Tevez are some of them.
The miniseries consists of three episodeswith a duration of approximately 45 minutes each. It will be available on HBO Max starting on Tuesday February 6.
Fight: Capote vs. The Swans
Ryan Murphy’s new series, Fight: Capote vs. The Swansfollows the story of writer Truman Capote (Tom Hollander) and the relationship he had with a group of women from New York high society (Naomi Watts, Diane Lane and Demi Mooreamong others), which he nicknamed “The Swans”. Truman went from being their friend and confidant to betraying them.writing stories based on their lives and revealing their most intimate secrets to the world.
The episodes 1-2 will be available on HBO Max starting Wednesday February 7with a duration of approximately 60 minutes each. Afterwards, a new episode per weekuntil reaching the eight that complete the miniseries.
Tokyo Vice (Season 2)
The second season of Tokyo Vice President delves into the marginal underworld of Japan’s capital, showing how it expands Yakuza business in the 90scontrolled by the most powerful criminals in the country. Under this pretext, and with the help of a veteran police detective, the American journalist Jake Adelstein (Ansel Elgort) Begin to investigate the dark world of the Japanese mafiawhich will bring him numerous personal problems.
This season consists of eight episodeswith a duration of approximately 60 minutes each. It will be available on HBO Max starting on Thursday February 8.
A revolution on the canvas
If you like stories of intrigue and art, chances are you A revolution on the canvas you love it The documentary, directed by Sara Nodjoumi, explores the mysterious disappearance of 100 paintings of his father, the modernist Iranian painter Nickzad Nodjoumiwhile immersing himself in interesting conversations that allow him to understand the circumstances and sociopolitical context that surrounds him.
The documentary has a duration of 1 hour and 35 minutes. It will be available on HBO Max starting on Thursday February 8.
They called it mostly harmless
They called it mostly harmlessa title that in Spanish translates as Almost harmlessfocuses on the story of a hiker found dead in the forests of Florida in 2018, whose identity was a mystery for two long years. This documentary, based on real events, explores the mysterious identification process and the events that led to his loss of life.
The documentary will be available on HBO Max starting on Thursday February 8.
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