What’s New On HBO Go And HBO Now For April: ‘Westworld,’ ‘Paterno,’ ‘Andre The Giant’ And More

Whats New HBO Go Now April


So many TV shows and movies, so little time. How do we do it? With so may streaming services, cable networks, internet videos and shows, movies in the theaters and on and on, I don’t know how we do it. We’re just that good, I guess.

There’s just so much good stuff available on our TVs, phones, laptops, tablets, watches, you name it, it takes real commitment to watch all the TV shows and movies available today.

And speaking of good stuff to watch, what’s new in the month of April on HBO Go and HBO Now includes season two of Westworld, the premiere of the HBO Film Paterno starring Al Pacino, the debut of Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas, and the HBO Documentary Film Andre the Giant.

Throw in the additions of War for the Planet of the Apes starring Woody Harrelson, The Hitman’s Bodyguard with Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson, and the entire The Omen film franchise and we may not leave our house until May.

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Here’s what else is new on HBO Go and HBO Now for the month of April 2018…

Season Premieres
Vice, Season 6 Premiere (4/6)
Destino: Rusia, Series Premiere (4/11)
Wyatt Cenac: Problem Areas, Series Premiere (4/13)
Westworld, Season 2 Premiere (4/22)

Season Finales
Here and Now, Season 1 Finale (4/15)

Original Programming
King in the Wilderness (4/2)
Paterno (4/7)
Elvis Presley: The Searcher Part 1 and Part 2 (4/14)
I Am Evidence (4/16)

Theatrical Premieres
War for the Planet of the Apes, 2017 (4/21)
The Hitman’s Bodyguard, 2017 (4/28)

The Least Worst Man, 2016 (4/1)
Dear Renzo, 2016 (4/1)
Carpinteros (AKA Woodpecker), 2017 (4/6)
Sol de medianoche (AKA Midnight Sun), 2017 (4/13)
Zona Hostil (AKA Rescue Under Fire), 2017 (4/20)

Andre the Giant (4/10)
24/7 Canelo/Golovkin 2 (4/22)

Starting April 1
Absolute Power, 1997
Bad Boys II, 2003
Damien Omen II, 1978
Dinner for Schmucks, 2010
Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat, 2003
The Final Conflict, 1981
Final Destination, 2000
The Final Destination, 2009
From Hell, 2001
The Italian Job, 2003
Laurel Canyon, 2003
Nine to Five, 1980
The Omen, 1973
Omen IV: The Awakening, 1991
Orphan, 2009
Runaway Jury, 2003
S.W.A.T., 2003
The Tale of Despereaux, 2008
Waitress, 2007
Yes Man, 2008

Ending April 30
A Monster Calls, 2016
Along Came a Spider, 2001
Assassin’s Creed, 2016
Collateral Beauty, 2016
Constantine, 2005
The Darkness, 2016
The Day the Earth Stood Still, 2008
Eraser, 1996
The Express, 2008
Fifty Shades Darker, 2017
Girl with a Pearl Earring, 2003
Hidden Figures, 2016
La La Land, 2016
Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, 2003
Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping, 2016
Pride and Glory, 2008
Renaissance Man, 1994
The Rescue, 1988
The Rookie, 2002
The Royal Tenenbaums, 2001
Scream 2, 2006
Stuck on You, 2003
The Sum of All Fears, 2002
Terminator Salvation, 2009
The Terminator, 1984
The Vigilante Diaries, 2016
Why Him?, 2016
Zoolander, 2001

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