Coming To HBO In April: ‘I Know This Much is True, It: Chapter 2, Atlanta’s Missing and Murdered’ And More

Coming to HBO Now April 2020

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We truly are living in the golden age of television, aren’t we? And thank goodness considering our current situation. There are more good shows and movies available now than ever before in history. And it’s all thanks to our favorite online streaming services.

Speaking of our favorite online streaming services, here’s what’s new for the month of April 2020 on HBO Now.

This month starts off with the premieres of I Know This Much is True, starring Mark Ruffalo, which follows identical twin brothers in a family saga that follows their parallel lives in an epic story of betrayal, sacrifice and forgiveness; Run, a romantic comedic thriller starring Merritt Wever and Domhnall Gleeson; and HBO Films’ Bad Education, which stars Hugh Jackman and Allison Janney in a story inspired by true events about an embezzlement scheme that surfaces and threatens to destroy a popular Long Island school district’s reputation.

April also marks the finale of The Plot Against America and the end of the fourth season of High Maintenance. Hit theatricals include horror flick It: Chapter 2 with Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy and Bill Hader, coming-of-age comedy Good Boys, and Stuber with Kumail Nanjiani. American Pie, Die Hard, Slumdog Millionaire, The Kids Are Alright, and The Lovely Bones also premiere on HBO during the month.

Plus, it’s your last chance to watch Mary Queen of Scots, Mr. Bean’s Holiday, Rush Hour 2, and The Object of My Affection before the films leave the streaming service at the end of April.

Theatrical Premieres
Dragged Across Concrete, 2018 (4/1)
Galveston, 2018 (4/1)
Good Boys, 2019 (4/4)
It: Chapter 2, 2019 (4/11)
Stuber, 2019 (4/18)

Original Programming
Bad Education (4/25)
Autism: The Sequel (4/28)
Series Premieres:
Atlanta’s Missing and Murdered: The Lost Children, Docuseries Premiere (4/5)
Insecure, Season 4 Premiere (4/12)
Run, Series Premiere (4/12)
Entre Hombre, Series Premiere (4/19)
Shadows, Season 3 (4/20)
We’re Here, Series Premiere (4/23)
I Know This Much Is True, Limited Series Premiere (4/27)

Series Finales
High Maintenance, Season 4 Finale (4/3)
The Plot Against America, Series Finale (4/20)

Estrenos
Ola De Crimenes (AKA Crime Wave), 2020 (4/3)
Pepito, 2019 (4/3)
Slipping Into Darkness, 2019 (4/3)
The Serenade (AKA La Serenata), 2019 (4/3)
Las Herederas (AKA The Heiresses), 2020 (4/17)

2019 Latinx Short Film Competition Winners
Pepito, 2019 (4/3)
Slipping Into Darkness, 2019 (4/3)
The Serenade (AKA La Serenata), 2019 (4/3)

Starting April 1
Alpha and Omega, 2010
Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked, 2011
American Pie, 1999
American Pie 2, 2001
American Wedding, 2003
Becoming Jane, 2007
Clockstoppers, 2002
Daylight, 1996
Die Hard, 1988
Die Hard 2, 1990
Die Hard with a Vengeance, 1995
Drop Dead Fred, 1991
The Family Stone, 2005
The Flintstones, 1994
The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas, 2000
Glee: The 3D Concert Movie (Extended Version), 2011
The Great Gilly Hopkins, 2015
The Judge, 2014
The Kids Are All Right, 2010
The Lovely Bones, 2009
Loving, 2016
Monte Carlo, 2011
The Nice Guys, 2016
The Predator, 2018
Slumdog Millionaire, 2008
Something Wild, 1986
Sophie’s Choice, 1982
Team America: World Police, 2004
Ulee’s Gold, 1997
War Dogs, 2016
Water for Elephants, 2011
Xanadu, 1980

Ending April 26
Kit Kittredge: An American Girl, 2008

Ending April 30
Bruce Almighty, 2003
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, 2010
Cyborg, 1989
The Darkness, 2016
The Day After Tomorrow, 2004
George of the Jungle, 1997
Good Boy!, 2003
Hedwig and the Angry Inch, 2001
Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey, 1993
Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco, 1996
The Ladykillers, 2004
Mary Queen of Scots, 2018
Men of Honor, 2000
The Mule, 2018
Mr. Bean’s Holiday, 2007
My Soul to Take, 2010
The Object of My Affection, 1998
Out of Sight, 1998
Puss in Boots, 2011
Religulous, 2008
Rush Hour 2, 2001
The Parallax View, 1974
Upgrade, 2018
Welcome to Marwen, 2018
Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, 2018