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What’s Coming to HBO Max in November 2021

From the Serena Williams and Venus Williams biopic, King Richard (which stars Will Smith) to the new Mindy Kaling-produced TV series, there’s a lot to look forward to next month.
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While there’s a solid chance you’ve already subscribed to HBO Max (they did just release Dune, after all), you’re absolutely going to want to subscribe when you see their November 2021 lineup. 

From the Serena Williams and Venus Williams biopic, King Richard (which stars Will Smith) to the new Mindy Kaling-produced TV series, there’s a lot to look forward to next month.

So, after you finish watching all that Netflix, Hulu, and Disney+ have to offer, make sure to check out these HBO titles:

Week 1 (November 1-7)

Are you a Bourne Identity fan? Do you love Thelma & Louise? If so, you’re going to want to check out HBO Max the first week of November. So many fan-favorite films will be dropping on the streaming service, you’ll want to spend all week curled up inside. 

The 90 Day Plan, 2020
A Good Day To Die Hard, 2013 (Extended Version) (HBO)
A Very Brady Sequel, 1996 (HBO)
Adult Beginners, 2014 (HBO)
Aftermath, 2017 (HBO)
Area Chica Infierno Grande (aka Hell In The Goal Area), 2021 (HBO)
Bully, 2001 (HBO)
Caddyshack, 1980
City Of Ghosts, 2003 (HBO)
A Clockwork Orange, 1971
Company Business, 1991 (HBO)
Cry Wolf, 2005 (HBO)
Cymbeline, 2015 (HBO)
Dead Heat, 1988 (HBO)
Disturbing Behavior, 1998 (HBO)
Doom, 2005 (HBO)
Dressed To Kill, 1980 (Extended Version) (HBO)
Equilibrium, 2002 (HBO)
Eyes Wide Shut, 1999
Executive Decision, 1996 (HBO)
Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close, 2011 (HBO)
Full Metal Jacket, 1987
Godsend, 2004 (HBO)
Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper
Hotel Rwanda
, 2004 (HBO)
In the House
Lady In White
, 1988 (HBO)
Love And A .45, 1994 (HBO)
Moonstruck, 1987 (HBO)
Murphy’s Law, 1986 (HBO)
Never Let Me Go, 2010 (HBO)
New Year’s Eve, 2011
Practical Magic, 1998
The Parent ‘Hood
Pride & Prejudice
, 1995 (HBO)
Rush, 1991 (HBO)
Showtime, 2002 (HBO)
Something New, 2006 (HBO)
Spark: A Space Tail, 2017 (HBO)
Still Waiting, 2009 (HBO)
Summer School, 1987 (HBO)
The Bourne Identity, 2002 (HBO)
The Bourne Legacy, 2012 (HBO)
The Bourne Supremacy, 2004 (HBO)
The Brady Bunch Movie, 1995 (HBO)
The Care Bears Movie, 1985 (HBO)
The Conspirator, 2011 (HBO)
The French Lieutenant’s Woman, 1981 (HBO)
The Next Three Days, 2010 (HBO)
The Presidio, 1988 (HBO)
The Purge, 1988 (HBO)
The Queen, 2006 (HBO)
The Rules Of Attraction, 2002 (HBO)
The Transporter, 2002 (HBO)
The Wolverine, 2013 (HBO)
Thelma & Louise, 1991 (HBO)
Transporter 2, 2005 (HBO)
Unleashed, 2005 (Director’s Cut) (HBO)
Waiting…, 2005 (HBO)
Weightless, 2018 (HBO)
What’s The Worst That Could Happen?, 2001 (HBO)
Witness, 2012 (HBO)
Wildcats, 1986
Wristcutters: A Love Story, 2007 (HBO)
Single Mother By Choice, 2021
Son of Monarchs, 2020
Tokyo Revengers, (Subtitled) (Crunchyroll Collection)
This is Not a War Story, 2021
Aida Rodriguez: Fighting Words, Max Original Special Premiere
Frayed, Max Original Season 2 Premiere
Gen: Lock, Max Original Season 2 Premiere
Head of the Class, Max Original Series Premiere
Rap Battlefield, Max Original Series Premiere
Las Niñas (aka Schoolgirls), 2020 (HBO)
Land, 2021 (HBO)
The Story of Late Night, 2021

Week 2 (November 8-14)

Dawson’s Creek left Netflix a little while ago, but it will be returning to HBO Max the second week of November.

Other major titles hitting the platform include Season 2 of Love Life and the Season 3 finale of Selena + Chef. Oh, and if you’re a Billy on the Street fan you’ll get to watch seasons 2 through 5 very soon!

Dawson’s Creek
Noblesse (Subtitled and English Dubbed) (Crunchyroll Collection)
Billy on the Street, Seasons 2-5
Dear Rider: The Jake Burton Story, Documentary Premiere (HBO)
A Thousand Fangs (aka Mil Colmillos), Max Original Series Premiere
Doom Patrol, Max Original Season 3 Finale
Love Life, Max Original Season 2 Finale
My Sesame Street Friends, Max Original Season 2 Premiere
Reign of Superwomen, Max Original Documentary Premiere
Selena + Chef, Max Original Season 3 Finale
Sesame Street, 2021 Library
South Side, Max Original Season 2 Premiere
A Cinderella Story: Starstruck, 2021
Back on the Record with Bob Costas, Season Finale
Boogie, 2021 (HBO)
Darwin’s Yearbook
Final Space
, Season 3
United Shades of America, Season 6
Kamikaze, Max Original Series Premiere
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Season 8 Finale (HBO)

Week 3 (November 15-21)

The biggest film to hit HBO Max this month is without a doubt King Richard, the Serena and Venus Williams biopic starring Will Smith as their father, Richard Williams.

There’s already Oscar buzz surrounding this film — particularly around Smith’s performance — so you’ll definitely want to check it out when it premieres on November 19.

TSUKIMICHI -Moonlit Fantasy- (Subtitled) (Crunchyroll Collection)
Craftopia, Max Original Season 2B PremiereComedy Chingonas, Max Original Special Premiere
The Sex Lives of College Girls, Max Original Series Premiere
Sort of (CBC), Max Original Series Premiere
Tom and Jerry in New York, Max Original Season 2 Premiere
The Killing of Kenneth Chamberlain, 2019
King Richard, Warner Bros. Film Premiere, 2021
Real Time with Bill Maher, Season 19 Finale (HBO)
Stath Lets Flats, Season 3
2021 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, Special Premiere (HBO)

Week 4 (November 22-29)

There’s a little something for everyone dropping the fourth week of November. If you have kids, you’ll want to fire up Looney Tunes Cartoons, but classic films like Inside Man and Anna Karenina will also be hitting the streamer.

Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel (HBO)
The Cut, (aka O Grande Look), Max Original Series Premiere
Looney Tunes Cartoons, Season 3
La Pasión de Maradona, Max Original Film Premiere
How to With John Wilson, Season 2 Premiere (HBO)
Inside Man, 2006 (HBO)
Anna Karenina, 2012 (HBO)
Axios, Season 4 Finale (HBO)
We’re Here, Season 2 Finale (HBO)