What's coming to MAX (formerly HBO Max) in September 2023

What's coming to MAX (formerly HBO Max) in September 2023

Now the streaming platform HBO Max has changed its name to MAX, and the offer of its content has increased. Here we share with you its September premieres.

Movies and shows coming to MAX in September 2023

Since the HBO Max has been rebranded, the streaming platform has been adding extensive content from Discovery and other channels on a monthly basis. In September 2023, in addition to a few original MAX productions, we will be able to watch films and series from Food Network, Travel Channel, TLC, AMC+. 

Check out MAX's full list of new movies and shows in the first month of autumn!

September 1

On the first day of September, MAX will feature a huge selection of classic films from different years, including the 1973 cult film The Exorcist, all seasons of Fear the Walking Dead, Gangs of London, Dark Winds (Season 1), Killing Eve, A Discovery of Witches, Blade and Blade II, Anne Rice's Interview with the Vampire (Season 1), horror epics Friday the 13th,  Children of the Corn, and many other blockbusters.

The new psychological thriller Dark Winds follows the story of two Navajo police officers in the Southwest who must investigate a double homicide in the 1970s. This AMC series based on Tony Hillerman's novels stars Zahn McClarnon and Kiowa Gordon.

September 2

The Venture Bros.: Radiant Is the Blood of the Baboon Heart

The Venture Bros. marks its 20th anniversary this year, and while the most successful surreal adult series ended in 2018 after 7 seasons and 80 episodes, this year we got a well-deserved and spectacular finale, a direct-to-video animated film The Venture Bros.: Radiant Is the Blood of the Baboon Heart. The movie begins with the end of season 7, and we finally get to know the fate of The Venture Bros. and the origin story of The Monarch and the twin brothers Hank and Dean.

September 4

Megan Thee Stallion vs Tory Lanez: Five Shots (Season 1), Tough Love With Hilary Farr, Season 2

September 5

Tough Love With Hilary Farr (Season 2), My Big Fat Fabulous Life (Season 11)

For 10 seasons, we have been watching the life of Whitney Way Thore, who weighed about 400 pounds due to her illness, but found the strength to slowly lose her weight. In the new season of My Big Fat Fabulous Life, will meet her family again and see new people in her life.

September 6

Crime Scene Confidential (Season 2), Max (2015)

September 7

On September 7, the platform makes available several series from the Travel Channel, including Most Terrifying Places in America, My Horror Story, Ghost Brothers, seasons 1-2, Devil's Road: The True Story of Ed and Lorraine Warren, Haunting in the Heartland, and others.

September 8

Tiny Toons Looniversity (Season 1)

Tiny Toons Looniversity is a continuation of the animated series Tiny Toon Adventures, in which Buster Bunny, Babs and their friends will study at Acme Looniversity to become professional toons. Great cartoon to start the school year!

September 9

Ambient Swim (Adult Swim, Season 2) 

September 10

FLCL: Grunge (Adult Swim, Season 4), Love & Marriage: Detroit, Unsellable Houses (Season 4)

September 11

Halloween Baking Championship (Season 9), The Faking Dead

September 13

Donyale Luna: Supermodel (HBO Original), Halloween Cake-Off, Halloween Cookie Challenge, Halloween Wars (Season 1-12, Outrageous Pumpkins (Seasons 1-3 )

Donyale Luna: Supermodel is an original HBO documentary that focuses on the life story of Peggy Ann Freeman (1945 - 1979; stage name: Donyale Luna), who was one of the first Afro-American models and was associated with the underground bohemian circles of New York and Europe in the 60s and early 70s.

September 14

No Demo Reno (Season 3)

September 15

Teen Titans Go! (Season 8C), WB 100th: Behind The Shield

September 16

Batwheels (Season 1G), Gold Rush: Mine Rescue with Freddy & Juan (Season 1B)

Batwheels is a new children's animated series from the Bat-universe, featuring not only the Batmobile, but also the Batcomputer, which creates a special team of "Batwheels" to protect Gotham City from villains and criminals.

September 17

Building RootsHalloween Wars (Season 13)

September 18

Chico Virtual, Double Cultura, El Carrito,  Keep/Delete, La Macana, Thank You, Have A Nice Day, Un Pequeño Corte

September 20

Naked Attraction

September 21

American Sniper (2014), Blippi Wonders (Season 3), Expedition X, season 4A (Discovery Channel), Young Love (Max Original)

Young Love is a new MAX animated series that continues the short film Hair Love, which won the award for best short film at the 92nd Academy Awards. Here we will witness the life of the Young family, which includes millennial parents Steven and Angela, their daughter Zuri and her pet cat Rocky. The cast includes Issa Rae (The Mis-Adventures of Awkward Black Girl), Scott "Kid Cudi" Mescudi (X), Loretta Devine (Dream Girls), Tamar Braxton (Braxton Family Values),  Brooke Monroe Conaway (Soul Santa"), and Harry Lennix (Fixed Heartbeat).

September 22

Ed Stafford: First Man Out (Seasons 1 - 2), Guy's All-American Road Trip (Season 2), Marooned with Ed StaffordNaked and Marooned with Ed StaffordNancy Drew (Season 4)

September 23

Paris Can Wait

In the road comedy Paris Can Wait filmed by Eleanor Coppola in 2017, Diane Lane plays the wife of a successful Hollywood producer (Alec Baldwin) who discovers a new world by accidentally traveling through France with her husband's business partner (Arnaud Viard).

September 24

Outrageous Pumpkins (Season 4)

September 25

American Masters: Marilyn Monroe: Still LifeHalloween Cookie Challenge (Season 2), Kids Baking Championship: Bloodcurdling Bakes

September 26

Chopped: Volume 3, Savior Complex (HBO Original)

September 27

Crimes Gone Viral (Season 3)

September 28

Starstruck (Season 3, Max Original), The Ghost Town Terror (Season 2)

Starstruck, the BBC's romantic comedy series is back with a third season. Jessie, in her early 20s, lives the simple life of a movie theater ticket saleswoman and babysitter till the moment when her life is turned upside down after meeting movie star Tom.

September 29

Who's Talking To Chris Wallace? (Season 4, CNN)

September 30

Hot Dish With Franco

What were MAX premieres in August 2023?

Here we highlight some of the most interesting premieres that MAX featured in August 2023:

August 6

Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty, Season 2

Max Borenstein and Jim Hecht create a large-scale and long-running project for the TV channel - a television chronicle of one of the most titled teams in American professional basketball, the Los Angeles Lakers. The first season featured the events of the 1979-1980 NBA season, following the acquisition of the team by Jerry Buss (John C. Reilly). The star of the season was Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (Solomon Hughes), and a young Magic Johnson (Quincy Isaiah) had just joined the team. The second season, which will premiere on the rebranded platform, takes place between 1980 and 1984. Although the series has been criticized for some factual inaccuracies, in our opinion it perfectly captures the atmosphere of that great era in the history of the Lakers.

​​​August 10

Rap Sh!t, Season 2


Yes, you pronounce the name of this comedy series correctly. The road to stardom is not easy, and high school friends Mia Knight and Shauna Clark face many obstacles, intrigues and, of course, confusing relationships in their careers as hip-hop stars. The last episode of the first season ended with the duo opening for Reyna Reyne's tour and the police about to arrest Shauna.

August 13


​​​​​Telemarketers is a new documentary 4 episode mini-series that exposes the criminal scams in the telemarketing business. Two office workers at a New Jersey telemarketing call center one day discover that the money donated to charitable causes is actually being stolen by their executives. What will they do when they receive such dangerous information? It is worth praising the wonderful soundtrack  for this true-crime show, which was created by the musician Lichens.

August 18

MarkKim + Chef


HBO cooking shows format continue with a new series, MarkKim + Chef, starring Thai celebrities Mark Prin Suparat and Kimberly Ann Waltemas, who are engaged and soon will be getting married. In 10 episodes, the couple will learn how to cook gourmet dishes under the guidance of the best chefs in Thailand. Maybe you will be inspired and try to cook some of these delicacies yourself?

August 23

BS High


The documentary BS High investigates the controversial case of the  high school American football team Bishop Sycamore Centurions in Columbus, Ohio, which turned out to be a scam. This film was directed by Travon Free and Martin Desmond Rowe (Two Distant Strangers). The doc features interviews with players, families, coaches, and the team's controversial head coach Roy Johnson

What's next on MAX in 2023? 

In 2023, the platform is preparing several important premieres, but keeps their release dates under wraps. It is very likely that at the end of the year we will be able to watch the 12 and final season of Curb Your Enthusiasm Season, as well as, - oh yes! - the third season of The White Lotus. And it is already known for sure that in the coming months we will see the Conan O'Brien Must Go Max Original series, with the travels of this famous comedian to different countries and the homes of interesting people.

HBO Max is now called MAX

HBO Max has changed its name to MAX. The name change is due to the merger of the two parent companies, WarnerMedia and Discovery, and, respectively, the two platforms, HBO Max and Discovery+. This means that Discovery+ content has also appeared on the platform. At the same time, nothing has changed for existing channel users, and their passwords and logins remain the same. The cost of your subscription has not changed.

So what films and programs have been added to the platform? Max's offering now includes Discovery+ content as well as other Warner Bros. films such as 2001: A Space Odyssey. Among Discovery+ titles that have been added, you can watch Guy's Grocery Games, 90-Day Fiancé, Love It or List It, Dr. Pimple Popper and other films and series.

And what happened to Discovery+ channel? It still exists and you can still subscribe to it separately (for $4.99 per month), but you will find on it only Discovery+ content.

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