What’s New On HBO Go And HBO Now For April: ‘Game Of Thrones, Crazy Rich Asians, The Nun’ And More

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Now that it is finally starting to warm up let’s not get too carried away and start doing crazy things like going outside. Not when we still have so many good shows and movies still to watch. After all, April showers are the perfect excuse to stay indoors and watch the latest additions to our favorite online streaming services.

Speaking of our favorite online streaming services, here’s what’s new for the month of April 2019 on HBO Go and HBO Now.

April brings the HBO Films premiere of Native Son based on the classic novel by Richard Wright, Gentleman Jack, a new drama series from BAFTA-winning writer Sally Wainwright, and the season 2 return of Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas, which follows comedian and writer Wyatt Cenac as he explores America’s most pressing issues.

In celebration of Autism Awareness Month, all six parts of On Tour with Asperger’s Are Us will be available on HBO NOW.

We can also catch some great films premiering this month on HBO including Crazy Rich Asians, BlacKkKlansman, The Nun, and The Darkest Minds.

Plus, it’s your last chance to catch Wonder Woman, The Greatest Showman, and Pitch Perfect 3 before they leave the service at the end of the month.

Other departing titles include 2017’s The Mummy, Lowriders, Father Figures, Mean Girls, and Once Upon a Time in Mexico.

Here’s what else is new and what’s leaving HBO in the month of April 2019…

Original Programming
Native Son (4/6)
Sesame Street: Julia’s Haircut (4/8)
VICE Special Report (4/19)
HBO First Look: John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum (4/23)
HBO First Look: Tolkien (4/25)
Entre Nos: Spot On, 2018 (4/26)
2019 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony (4/27)

Series Premieres
Golden Life, Season 3 Premiere (4/1)
Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas, Season 2 Premiere (4/5)
Game of Thrones, Season 8 Premiere (4/14)
Gentleman Jack, Series Premiere (4/22)
On Tour with Asperger’s Are Us, Six Part Docuseries Premiere (4/30)

Series Finale
Esme and Roy, Season 1 (4/27)

Theatrical Premieres
The Nun, 2018 (4/6)
Crazy Rich Asians, 2018 (4/13)
BlacKkKlansman, 2018 (4/20)
The Darkest Minds, 2018 (4/27)

Habana Boxing Club, 2018 (4/1)
El piedra (AKA The Stone), 2018 (4/5)
El paramo (AKA The Squad), 2011 (4/12)
Animal, 2018 (4/12)
Acusada (The Accused), 2018 (4/19)

Starting April 1
A Fantastic Fear of Everything, 2012
A Time to Kill, 1996
A Walk in the Clouds, 1995
Annie Hall, 1977
Bananas, 1971
Ben, 1972
Color of Night (Director’s Cut Only), 1994
The Green Inferno, 2015
Griff The Invisible, 2011
Hannah and Her Sisters, 1986
Hoffa, 1992
I Am Sam, 2002
Jonah Hex, 2010
Just Wright, 2010
Kingdom of Heaven (Director’s Cut), 2005
The Little Rascals, 1994
Manhattan, 1979
Mean Girls, 2004
October Sky, 1999
Pride, 2007
Repo Men (Extended Version), 2010
Slow Burn, 2007
Splice, 2010
Suffragette, 2015
Veronica Mars, 2014
Waking Ned Devine, 1998

Ending April 24
Man on Fire, 2004

Ending April 27
Wonder Woman, 2017

Ending April 30
American Loser, 2011
Analyze That, 2002
Analyze This, 1999
Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (Extended Version), 2004
Cheaper by the Dozen, 2003
Cop Car, 2015
Dances with Wolves (Extended Version), 1990
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul, 2017
Edge of Darkness, 2010
Father Figures, 2017
First Daughter, 2004
Four Christmases, 2008
The Greatest Showman (Sing-Along Version), 2017
House of the Dead 2, 2006
Invictus, 2009
The Lost Boys, 1987
Lowriders, 2017
The Midnight Meat Train (Unrated Version), 2008
The Mummy, 2017
The Nutty Professor, 1996
Nutty Professor II: The Klumps, 2000
Once Upon a Time in Mexico, 2003
Phantom Thread, 2017
Pitch Perfect 3, 2017
Romeo Must Die, 2000
The Thin Red Line, 1998
The Truth About Charlie, 2002
U.S. Marshals, 1998

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