New on Max in Septembber 2023

Watch Max this September for the season finales of HBO Originals Winning Time, Hard Knocks, and How To With John Wilson.

Catch the Season 3 premiere of Max Original Starstruck, the series premiere of Max Original Young Love, and new episodes of Adventure Time: Fionna and Cake.

Don’t miss the premiere of Megan Thee Stallion v Tory Lanez, Gold Rush, and the Season 10 premiere of My Big Fat Fabulous Life. The Flash, Spy, Date Night, and The Lego Movie 2 are also now streaming on Max.

Beginning September 27, Max will offer 24/7 news in its streaming offering with the U.S. launch of CNN Max, included with all Max packages – Max With Ads, Max Ad-Free, and Max Ultimate Ad-Free. CNN Max will leverage CNN’s reporting excellence, global newsgathering, and live programming from CNN US, CNN International, and feature original programming built specifically for Max. CNN Max will be a seven-day-a-week/24-hour service and will be part of an open beta for news that will enable experimentation with product features, content offerings, and original storytelling, all with the input and feedback from the Max community.

Starting 9/1, Max will feature AMC+ Picks on Max, a collection of seven AMC+ series, providing subscribers with an opportunity to enjoy award-winning shows from the brand for 60 days. Series include Fear The Walking Dead (Seasons 1-7), Anne Rice’s Interview With The Vampire (Season 1), Dark Winds (Season 1), Gangs of London (Seasons 1-2), Ride With Norman Reedus (Seasons 1-5), A Discovery of Witches (Seasons 1-3), Killing Eve (Seasons 1-4). AMC+ Picks on Max will be featured in a branded rail, available on both the ad-free and ad-lite subscription tiers of Max, giving subscribers the chance to unlock a world of new characters and stories. The AMC+ titles will not include advertising.

The Max Original animated series Young Love (9/21) expands on the animated short “Hair Love,” from creator Matthew A. Cherry and Sony Pictures Animation, which centered around the relationship between an African American father, his daughter Zuri, and the most daunting task a father could ever come across – doing his daughter’s hair for the first time. Filled with comedy and heart, the series is an honest look into the world of a tight-knit Chicago family as they juggle their careers, marriage, parenthood, social issues, and multi-generational dynamics, all while striving to make a better life for themselves. Voices include Scott Mescudi, Issa Rae, Loretta Devine, Harry Lennix, Tamar Braxton, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Debra Wilson, and Brooke Monroe Conaway.

In her first HBO stand-up special, Sam Jay: Salute Me Or Shoot Me, debuting this September, comedian and writer Sam Jay (HBO’s “Pause with Sam Jay”) takes the stage at Brooklyn Steel for a hilariously frank discussion on embracing our differences, the stresses of long-term relationships, and the power of empathy. Newly engaged, the Emmy®-nominated comedian gets candid about life with her future wife and the unknown stresses of being “the man,” the grim reality of trash day, and more. Deftly showcasing her conversational style, the special is a witty and raw rumination on life’s challenges as well as society at large – ultimately urging us to have empathy for one another in spite of our differences.

Donyale Luna: Supermodel (9/13) chronicles the remarkable life and career of Donyale Luna, the first Black model to grace the cover of both Harper’s Bazaar (1965) and Vogue (1966). Breaking barriers in the fashion industry, challenging the prevailing ideals of beauty, and influencing culture in the late 1960s and early 1970s, Luna remains largely unknown despite her stunning body of work and her collaborations with some of the foremost fashion photographers of the 20th century.

Season three of Starstruck (9/28) follows Jesse, who is living in London and working at the local cinema while exploring a new single life after parting ways with film star Tom. Two years after the breakup, Jessie navigates the pressures of adulthood and is confronted with the consequences of her own choices as her friends move on to the next stages in their lives, while Jessie is left questioning what she is really looking for. The series is created by comedian and writer Rose Matafeo, and co-written by Matafeo, Alice Snedden, and Nic Sampson, with Matafeo and Snedden also directing.