Here's Everything Coming to HBO Max in June 2020

Need something to watch next month? HBO Max has plenty of options. 

With the launch of the latest streaming service (and new home of Friends) set for May 27, fans can add another TV and movie destination to their entertainment arsenal just in time to kick off a new month. And, while the coronavirus pandemic wages on, it’s coming just in time to help make social distancing a bit more fun. 

Judging by the lengthy list of titles, you won’t be bored. The finales of Insecure Season 4 and I Know This Much Is True as well as the premiere of the I’ll Be Gone in the Dark docuseries are just a few of the many highly anticipated drops on HBO Max for June, as are an array of beloved films, from Splendor in the Grass to Magic Mike and Elf. And, as its own platform, HBO Max is also set to debut more of its own original programming, including the kids reality competition show, Karma

Needless to say, all that’s left for you to do is grab a blanket and a bowl of popcorn and press play. 

For the complete list of what’s coming to HBO Max in June, just keep scrolling!

Available June 1

4th & Forever: Muck City: Season One

Adventures In Babysitting, 1987 (HBO)

Amelie, 2001 (HBO)

An American Werewolf in London, 1981 (HBO)

The American, 2010 (HBO)

Another Cinderella Story, 2008

Beautiful Girls, 1996 (HBO)

Black Beauty, 1994

Bridget Jones’s Baby, 2016

The Bucket List, 2007

Cabaret, 1972

The Champ, 1979

Chicago, 2002

A Cinderella Story, 2004

A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song, 2011

Clash Of The Titans, 2010

Cradle 2 the Grave, 2003

Crash, 2005 (Director’s Cut) (HBO)

Doubt, 2008 (HBO)

Dreaming Of Joseph Lees, 1999 (HBO)

Drop Dead Gorgeous, 1999

Dune, 1984 (HBO)

Elf, 2003

Enter The Dragon, 1973

Far and Away, 1992 (HBO)

Final Destination, 2000

Final Destination 2, 2003

Final Destination 3, 2006

The Final Destination, 2009

Firewall, 2006

Flipped, 2010

Forces of Nature, 1999 (HBO)

The Fountain, 2006 (HBO)

Frantic, 1988

From Dusk Til Dawn, 1996

Full Metal Jacket, 1987

Gente De Zona: En Letra De Otro, 2018 (HBO)

The Good Son, 1993 (HBO)

The Goonies, 1985

Hanna, 2011 (HBO)

Havana, 1990 (HBO)

He Got Game, 1998 (HBO)

Heaven Can Wait, 1978

Heidi, 2006

Hello Again, 1987 (HBO)

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, 2012

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, 2013

The Hunger, 1983

In Her Shoes, 2005 (HBO)

In Like Flint, 1967 (HBO)

The Iron Giant, 1999

It Takes Two, 1995

Juice, 1992

The Last Mimzy, 2007

License To Wed, 2007

Life, 1999 (HBO)

Lifeforce, 1985 (HBO)

Lights Out, 2016 (HBO)

Like Water For Chocolate, 1993 (HBO)

Looney Tunes: Back in Action, 2003

The Losers, 2010

Love Jones, 1997

Lucy, 2020 (HBO)

Magic Mike, 2012

McCabe and Mrs. Miller, 1971

Misery, 1990

Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day, 2008 (HBO)

A Monster Calls, 2016 (HBO)

Mr. Wonderful, 1993 (HBO)

Must Love Dogs, 2005

My Dog Skip, 2000

Mystic River, 2003

The Neverending Story II: The Next Chapter, 1991

The Neverending Story, 1984

New York Minute, 2004

Nights In Rodanthe, 2008

No Reservations, 2007

Ordinary People, 1980

Our Man Flint, 1966 (HBO)

The Parallax View, 1974

Patch Adams, 1998 (HBO)

A Perfect World, 1993

Pedro Capo: En Letra Otro, 2017 (HBO)

Personal Best, 1982

Presumed Innocent, 1990

Ray, 2004 (HBO)

Richie Rich, 1994

Rosewood, 1997

Rugrats Go Wild, 2003

Running on Empty, 1988

Secondhand Lions, 2003

She’s The Man, 2006 (HBO)

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, 2011 (HBO)

Space Cowboys, 2000

Speed Racer, 2008

Splendor in the Grass, 1961

The Stepfather, 1987 (HBO)

Summer Catch, 2001

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, 1990

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2, 1991

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3, 1993

Tess, 1980 (HBO)

Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride, 2005

The Time Traveler’s Wife, 2009

Titanic, 1997

TMNT, 2007

Torch Song Trilogy, 1988

Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie, 1997 (HBO)

Tweety’s High-Flying Adventures, 2000

U-571, 2000 (HBO)

U.S. Marshals, 1998

Unaccompanied Minors, 2006

Uncle Buck, 1989 (HBO)

Veronica Mars, 2014

Walking and Talking, 1996 (HBO)

We Are Marshall, 2006

Weird Science, 1985 (HBO)

When Harry Met Sally, 1989

Wild Wild West, 1999

Wonder, 2019 (HBO)

X-Men: First Class, 2011 (HBO)

You’ve Got Mail, 1998

Available June 2

Inside Carbonaro, Season One (TruTV)


Available June 4

HBO First Look: The King of Staten Island (HBO)

We’re Here, Season Finale (HBO)

Available June 5

Betty, Season Finale (HBO)

Available June 6

Ad Astra, 2019 (HBO)

Yvonne Orji: Momma, I Made It! (HBO)

Available June 7

I May Destroy You, Series Premiere (HBO)

Available June 10

Infinity Train, Season 2 Premiere

Available June 12

El asesino de los caprichos (AKA The Goya Murders), 2020 (HBO)

Available June 13

The Good Liar, 2019 (HBO)

Available June 14

I Know This Much Is True, Limited Series Finale (HBO)

Insecure, Season 4 Finale (HBO)


Available June 16

#GeorgeWashington, 2017

Age of Big Cats, Season One

Ancient Earth, Season One

Apocalypse: WWI, Season One

Big World in A Small Garden, 2016

The Celts: Blood, Iron & Sacrifice, Season One

Cornfield Shipwreck, 2019

The Daunting Fortress of Richard the Lionheart, 2019

David Attenborough’s Ant Mountain, 2016

David Attenbourough’s Light on Earth, 2016

DeBugged, 2018

Digits, Season One

Dragons & Damsels, 2019

Ebony: The Last Years of The Atlantic Slave Trade, 2016

Expedition: Black Sea Wrecks, Season One

First Man, 2017

Going Nuts: Tales from Squirrel World, 2019

Hack the Moon: Unsung Heroes of Apollo, 2019

The History of Food, Season One

Hurricane the Anatomy, Season One, 2018

Into the Lost Crystal Caves, 2016

Jason Silva: Transhumanism, 2016

King: A Filmed Record… Montgomery to Memphis (Part 1 & Part 2), Season One

Knuckleball!, 2019

Leonardo: The Mystery of The Lost Portrait, 2018

Looney Tunes (Batch 2), Season One

Man’s First Friend, 2018

Penguin Central, 2019

Pompeii: Disaster Street, 2020

Popeye (Batch 2), Season One

Pyramids Builders: New Clues, 2019

Realm of the Volga, Season One

Sacred Spaces, Season One

Scandalous: The Untold Story of the National Enquirer, Documentary Premiere (CNN)

Scanning the Pyramids, 2018

Science vs. Terrorism, Season One

The Secret Lives of Big Cats, Season One

Secret Life of Lakes, Season One

Secret Life Underground, Season One

Secrets of the Solar System, Season One

Space Probes!, Season One

Speed, Season One

Spies of War , Season One

Tales of Nature, Season One

Tsunamis: Facing a Global Threat, 2020

Versailles Rediscovered: The Sun King’s Vanished Palace, 2019

Viking Women, Season One

Vitamania, 2018

Whale Wisdom, 2019

The Woodstock Bus, 2019

Merrick Morton/Twentieth Century Fox

Available June 18

Summer Camp Island, Season 2 Premiere

Karma, Series Premiere

Available June 19 

Bully. Coward. Victim. The Story of Roy Cohn, Documentary Premiere (HBO)

Entre Nos: The Winners (HBO)

Bajo el mismo techo (AKA Under the Same Roof), 2020 (HBO)

Available June 20 

Ford V. Ferrari, 2019 (HBO)

Available June 21

Perry Mason, Limited Series Premiere (HBO)

Available June 22

Hard, Series Finale (HBO)

Available June 24

South Park, Seasons 1-23

Transhood, Documentary Premiere (HBO)

Available June 25

Adventure Time Distant LandsBMO, Special Premiere

Doom Patrol, Season 2 Premiere

Esme & Roy, Season 2A Premiere

Search Party, Season 3 Premiere

Available June 26

Hormigas (AKA The Awakening of the Ants), 2020

Available June 27

Doctor Sleep (Director’s Cut), 2020 (HBO)

Available June 28

I’ll Be Gone in the Dark, Docuseries Premiere (HBO)

Available June 30

Welcome to Chechnya, Documentary Premiere (HBO)

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Streaming services by the numbers

Netflix co-founder: Streaming wars won’t have a ‘single victor’

Co-Founder and first CEO of Netflix Marc Randolph argues there’s room for multiple streaming services in the entertainment world.

The choices for streaming services are increasing and with that will come household by household decisions regarding what subscriptions to get.

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How consumers make that choice will depend on several factors, including a general taste in TV and movies, subscription costs, original content.

But cost might be the biggest factor.

Three-quarters of U.S. consumers don’t want to pay more than $30 a month for streaming services, according to a survey released by ad buyer resource, The Trade Desk, earlier this year. Moreover, 59 percent of consumers said they don’t want to pay more than $20 a month.

And the field is already crowded.

More than half of U.S. households are subscribed to Netflix while more than a third are subscribed to Amazon Prime and more than a quarter are subscribed to Hulu, according to the survey. With these three companies having such a stronghold on the market, it may be difficult to get consumers to shell out more cash.

Here's what streaming services look like by the numbers:


Netflix, known for its easy-to-use platform and variety of original and licensed material, reported 183 million subscribers at the end of March.

The streaming service gained 15.7 million paid subscribers in the first quarter of 2020, according to its earnings report.

Netflix offers thousands of TV shows and movies, but the exact number changes by day and country since the company is constantly adding and discontinuing material. The platform spent $15 billion on original content alone in 2019 and is expected to spend $17 billion in 2020, according to Fortune magazine.


The service offers three payment plans: Basic for $8.99 a month, which offers content on that can be played on one screen in standard-definition; Standard for $12.99 a month, which offers content that can be played on on two with high-definition available; and Premium for $15.99 a month, which offers content that can be played on four screens with HD and "ultra" HD available.

Netflix also offers a month-long free trial for eligible customers.

The platform offers "instant access" to content in 190 countries.


Disney+ surpassed 50 million global subscribers within the first five months of its launch in November, executives announced earlier this month.

The service made all Disney shows and movies, which were previously available to stream on other services, exclusive to Disney+. The platform also includes content from its Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar and National Geographic franchises.

Disney+ will offer 7,500 TV episodes and 500 movies in its first year. Disney told Wall Street it expects to spend a streaming-service record of $1 billion on original content in 2020, according to Variety magazine.


The service costs $6.99 a month or $69.99 a year and offers a seven-day free trial. Disney+ is also offering a bundle that includes a Disney+ subscription and Hulu and ESPN+ for $12.99/month.

The platform is currently available in 12 countries.


Hulu has reached more than 30 million paid subscribers, due in part to its partnership with Disney+. That is up from 22.8 million in December 2018, according to Variety.

The service's low-cost plan comes at $5.99/month, but users agree to watch ads during and in between TV episodes and movies with the subscription. A Hulu subscription without ads costs $11.99 a month.

The platform also offers a plan called Hulu + Live TV, which costs $54.99/month and offers primetime TV shows, news and sporting events from more than 60 channels in real-time, plus everything in Hulu's library, additional on-demand content. This plan includes ads.

Hulu offers the same Hulu + Live TV plan without ads for $60.99 amonth.


The service offers a combination of licensed content and originals. Its annual content budget is about $2.5 billion, but that amount is expected to increase, according to the Observer.

Hulu is only available in the United States, U.S. territories and U.S. military bases, but Hulu + Live TV is only available in the states.


HBO offers seven 24-hour networks, but its streaming services are known as HBO Now, HBO Go and HBO Max (the latter two of which offer the same thing, only HBO Go is available to cable subscribers, and HBO Now is a standalone streaming service).

HBO Max, Warner Media's official platform that will be available at the end of May offers HBO content, original programming and content from other networks.

HBO Now and HBO Max are both $14.99 a month, and HBO Go is included in a cable subscriber's payment plan. HBO Now subscribers will have access to HBO Max once it launches.

Users can preorder HBO Max to save $3 a month for the first year of subscription.

HBO Now has 8 million paid subscribers, according to Variety. HBO's website says all HBO channels have a combined 35 million subscribers in more than 50 countries. The service offers a combination of licensed and original content.


HBO spends about $3.5 billion on annual content, the Observer reported. The final season of HBO original "Game of Thrones" cost an estimated $15 million.

Amazon Prime Video

Amazon Prime Video became immensely popular simply because so many people were already subscribed to Amazon Prime's online retail service when the streaming platform launched.

The online retail platform has more than 150 million subscribers who pay $119 a year or $12.99 month and have access to Prime Video.

Students can get discounts of about 50 percent on yearly and monthly subscriptions.

Amazon Prime Video offers thousands of TV shows and movies included with Prime on top of TV shows and movies than can be rented or purchased by even people who do not have Prime subscriptions. Amazon also offers original and licensed content.


The company spent about $6 billion on content last year, and that is number expected to grow, according to the Observer.

Apple TV+

Apple TV+, which launched in November 2019, offers original and licensed TV shows and movies.

The company offers the lowest monthly service subscription cost of any streaming platform at just $4.99 a month, and users do not have to watch ads while streaming.

Users can also sign up for a seven-day free trial.

Apple TV+ has spent about as much as Amazon Prime Video did last year at $6 billion, according to the Observer.


The service, however, only has a total of 27 original TV shows and movies as of Friday, according to Apple news website, but the outlet said to expect content to expand quickly.

Apple TV+ has surpassed Hulu's subscriber numbers with more than 33 million users, but the majority of those subscribers aren't paying for the service, which offered a free, year-long subscription for users who signed up immediately after its launch, according to Variety.


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