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HBO Max, An Important Civil Rights Film and More You Can Stream This Week

Posted at 3:56 PM, Jun 08, 2020
and last updated 2020-06-08 15:56:42-04

In this week’s what to stream segment, I highlight the newest streaming app, the Fab Five are back on Netflix, and a free movie hitting on demand that pertains to what’s happening in the world today, let’s check it out.

Let’s start with the launch of HBO Max.

HBO Max has officially launched and it’s offering 10,000 hours of premium content bundling all of HBO together. With even more shows, movies, and MAX originals for the entire family that includes the “Friends” collection, “Wonder Woman”, the new Max “Looney Tunes”, and so much more.

The app has a free trial for 7-days and it’s the priciest streaming app as it costs 14.99 a month, but good news to AT&T customers! If you have AT&T internet, wireless or AT&T TV you get the app for free. For more information on that head on over to hbo.com.

Next up the Fab Five are back!

Season 5 of Netflix’s Queer Eye premiered this weekend. Watch Tan, Antoni, Bobby, Karamo, and Jonathan Van Ness take on the city of brotherly love.

Join them as they makeover the newest roster of heroes. Spoiler alert: you might want to grab your box of tissues.

Lastly, this past week the nation has been mourning the death of George Floyd as protests have been occurring all over the country. Earlier in the week, Warner Brothers announced that the film “Just Mercy” would be hitting on demand for free to watch. The film will educate viewers about civil rights leaders and social justice movements, as the movie stars Michael B. Jordan as civil rights attorney Bryan Stevenson during the 1992 case of Walter McMillian.

The film will be free to stream for the entire month of June. You can watch "Just Mercy" on Google Play, YouTube and Amazon Prime