HBO Max shows and movies list

We’re just a few days away from the launches of both AppleTV+ and Disney+, but there is still at least one more major player waiting to enter the streaming wars after those two: HBO Max. WarnerMedia’s streaming service will debut in spring of 2020 with around 10,000 hours of content available to consume, including popular hits like Friends and The Big Bang Theory. But there are also tons of original series in development for the new service, and we’re here to round them all up in one place so you can decide if it’s going to be worth it to add yet another streaming service to your monthly budget.

The service will provide content from every branch of the WarnerMedia corporate tree, including HBO, Warner Bros., New Line, DC Entertainment, CNN, TNT, TBS, truTV, The CW, Turner Classic Movies, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, Crunchyroll, Rooster Teeth, and Looney Tunes. Here’s a list of all of the HBO Max shows we know about so far (not to be confused with HBO originals, which are a whole separate thing).
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Tokyo Vice Michael Mann

Micahel Mann is about to add another Vice to his name. The Miami Vice filmmaker will direct the pilot episode of Tokyo Vice, a new HBO Max series starring Ansel Elgort and Ken Watanabe. The show is based on the non-fiction book by Jake Adelstein, the only American journalist ever admitted to the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Press Club.

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Tokyo Vice Series

Calling all Elgortheads and Fansels! Everyone’s favorite boy Ansel Elgort has a new project! The Baby Driver star will lead Tokyo Vice, a new series for the upcoming WarnerMedia streaming service. Elgort will play a reporter embedded with the Tokyo Metropolitan Police. This is Elgort’s first TV-related role. More on the Tokyo Vice series below.

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Daniel Radcliffe

Daniel Radcliffe‘s faced some pretty formidable figures in his time on screen, including Voldemort and the Woman in Black, but his next project might see him dealing with even more terrifying. Radcliffe has signed on to star in Tokyo Vice, as an intrepid reporter locking horns with a yakuza boss. (Not to be confused with PTA’s upcoming Inherent Vice.)

The fact-based thriller marks the feature film debut of music video and commercials director Anthony Mandler. Hit the jump for more details.

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