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Just in time for Spring, HBO Now and HBO Go are gifting us with some brand-new titles for April that will blow through your living room like a breath of fresh air. From the nonstop laughs of Amy Schumer's Trainwreck to the terrifying dinos of Jurassic World, there are plenty of incredible titles to choose from, so don't miss your opportunity to watch them while you can. Also make sure you check out March's selection before they disappear, plus Hulu's new April movies! Theatrical premieres: April 2: Trainwreck Unrated April 9: Lucy April 11: Inherent Vice April 18: We Are Your Friends April 23: Jurassic World April 27: Dracula Untold April 30: Paper Towns Original programming highlights: April 1: El Hipnotizador April 4: Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures April 7: Animals. April 9: Nothing Left Unsaid: Gloria Vanderbilt & Anderson Cooper April 10: Togetherness April 14: HBO First Look: »
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Every week we bring you a guide to what's hitting DVD/Blu-ray shelves and VOD services. Every month we put together an overall calendar guide, plus we highlight the more obscure releases worth checking out, plus the titles hitting and leaving Netflix. But that's not all! If you subscribe to HBO Now, or are thinking of subscribing, here's what you can expect for the month of September. New Original Programming: Race: HBO First Look (2/4) Vice: Season 4 Premiere (2/5) Animals.: Season 1 Premiere (2/5) Vinyl: Season 1 Premiere (2/14) Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (2/14) Gonzaga: The March to Madness (2/16) Girls: Season 5 Premiere (2/21) Togetherness: Season 2 Premiere (2/21) Theatrical...
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