HBO Max Previews Lovecraft Country, Raised By Wolves, Flight Attendant

As subscribers prepare for another streamer in "The Great Streaming Wars of 2020" to take flight this week (you know who we're talking about), WarnerMedia's HBO Max is taking a moment out of its time on Tuesday to remind everyone of the recently-added and upcoming Originals it has on tap from both HBO and the streamer. Now as much as we were willing to take their promise at face value, HBO Max thought it would be a good idea to put some video where its mouth is (though it's a streaming service so it doesn't- you know what we mean) with new preview video "We Have Arrived." And now that video has arrived for you:

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A look at HBO Max's upcoming Originals line-up from HBO and Max. (Image: WarnerMedia)

On the HBO front, our eyeballs gravitated anything and everything new visually that was offered for the upcoming Lovecraft Country, The Third Day, and the second season of His Dark Materials. In addition, viewers get a glimpse at The Undoing, How To with John Wilson, Industry, We Are Who We Are, and the fourth season of Room 104. In addition, current programming like Perry Mason, I'll Be Gone in the Dark, I May Destroy You, and weekly late-night favorites Last Week Tonight with John Oliver and Real Time with Bill Maher were also shown some love, with each of those series continuing to air new episodes during the second half of the year.

Not to be outdone, Max Originals has Kaley Cuoco's adaptation of The Flight Attendant as well as Ridley Scott and Aaron Guzikowski's sci-fi series Raised by Wolves; docu-series Expecting Amy, and international sensation Frayed. In addition, new seasons of Search Party and Doom Patrol are already underway; while animated projects Close Enough, Adventure Time: Distant Lands-BMO, Summer Camp Island, and Infinity Train are either currently streaming or on the way. And in what's expected to be a huge eyeball grabber for the streamer, there's that little matter of a "Friends Reunion Special" that needs to happen.

About Ray Flook

Serving as Television Editor since 2018, Ray began five years earlier as a contributing writer/photographer before being brought onto the core BC team in 2017.

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