Love & Death, Headless Chickens and other new releases for the month of April to see on HBO Max


Looking ahead to the month of April, HBO Max presents a well-loaded selection of series of all genres. Comedy, animation or drama will be some of the pillars of the HBO Max premieres for the month of April, in which there will be many episodes to watch and not so many movies and documentaries.

Below you have the release dates of the new HBO Max content for the next month, as well as a description of what you can expect from each of them.

New series on HBO Max

You will have the first premiere series next Monday, April 3. What can fill the void left by The Last of Us on the first day of the week is Royal Crackers, hopefully half as successful as the Naughty Dog video game adaptation. Royal Crackers is an animated series that revolves around a snack empire that is collapsing because its founder falls into a coma. Now the rest of the Hornsby family must rebuild their success and return Royal Crackers to the success it once was.

Another addition to the HBO Max catalog of originals is Bring Back Alice, stylized as the hashtag #BRINGBACKALICE, an intriguing drama about the disappearance of a famous Polish influencer. After a year of intense searching, he finds the teenager under mysterious circumstances. The former internet star remembers almost nothing. Using fragments of information, disturbing flashbacks, and fragmented memories, she tries to piece together the past and find out what happened. It opens on April 14.

A day later comes the fourth season of A Black Lady Sketch Show. It is a successful half-hour sketch comedy written by and starring Robin Thede.

Speaking of fourth seasons, on April 17 Barry returns with his. In this new batch of episodes, Cousineau (Henry Winkler) is hailed as a hero as Barry’s (Bill Hader) arrest has shocking consequences.

Probably the most anticipated premiere of the month will come to us right at the end. Love & Death arrives April 27 with a riveting drama, written by David E. Kelley and directed by Lesli Linka Glatter. Elizabeth Olsen, who has gained worldwide fame in her role as Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch, now faces a difficult role as Candy Montgomery, an American housewife accused of killing Betty Gore, the wife of the mistress her. She rounds out the all-star cast with Jesse Plemons as Allan Gore, her lover.

The Spanish flavor comes from the hand of Hugo Silva, protagonist of Pollos sin cabeza. In this series, he plays Alberto Martín Ruiz, a former soccer player and current player representative whom everyone calls “Beto”, who has just established himself on his own, setting up his own representation agency. It opens on April 28.

Movies and documentaries in April 2023

Everybody Does It is a film directed by Hugo Martín Cuervo that you can see on HBO Max starting April 21. The story follows several couples who return to the hotel where they celebrated their wedding years ago at the invitation of the owner of the accommodation. Some are happily married, while others are on the verge of divorce. They all have something in common, an enemy. The hotel owner is on the verge of ruin and is willing to get out of that situation whatever it takes.

Finally, that same day we will also have the documentary El Crítico. This original TCM documentary arrives on the platform after passing through the San Sebastián Festival. It revolves around the controversial figure of Carlos Boyero, one of the most followed and feared figures in Spanish cinema. Review his trajectory since he published his first article more than forty years ago.


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