outcast season 2 trailer

After debuting the first season of Outcast to much fanfare in 2016, the Robert Kirkman series promptly vanished from Cinemax’s slate. A second season was announced, but not a whisper was made about when the horror series would return. Now, two years later, Cinemax resurrects its own series with an Outcast season 2 trailer.

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C.B. Strike trailer

In 2013, Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling released a book called The Cuckoo’s Calling under the pseudonym “Robert Galbraith.” It was the first in a series of crime novels following the adventures of a private investigator named Cormoran Strike, a former member of the Royal Military Police, and now Cinemax has adapted the first three novels into a miniseries. Watch the first C.B. Strike trailer below. Read More »

Gareth Edwards TV Show

After making a splash with his relentless action films The Raid and The Raid 2 and preparing to jump to the blockbuster big leagues with the upcoming Deathstroke, director Gareth Evans is making his first foray into the small screen.

This time, Evans is tackling a gangland drama set in contemporary London for HBO’s Cinemax and Sky networks.

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the knick canceled

The doctor is out, and The Knick is no more.

The Steven Soderbergh-helmed period medical drama has officially been canceled by Cinemax after two critically acclaimed seasons. The news comes more than a year after the Season 2 finale, which seemed pretty — erm — final for one particular main character.

Spoilers ahead, of course, as we linger on this show’s demise.

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Mike Judge

A new animated show is on the way from The King of the Hill and Beavis and Butt-head creator Mike Judge. Cinemax has ordered eight episodes of Mike Judge Presents: Tales From the Tour Bus, which is now in production. Judge co-created the half-hour comedy series with Richard Mullins and Dub Cornett (The Last Ride).

Below, learn more about the new Mike Judge animated show.

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HBO and Cinemax on Amazon Prime

There are all sorts of good news for cord cutters this week. First, Netflix made their entire library available to download for offline playback, and now Amazon Prime subscribers will now be able to access programming from HBO and Cinemax.

Find out more about HBO and Cinemax on Amazon Prime after the jump. Read More »