This November content arrives at HBO Max, especially in the form of series and documentaries. Today we bring you the complete list of HBO premieres for this rainy and cold month of November.

HBO Max’s November 2022 catalog will bring great news, with the main objective that all streaming platforms seek: to maintain subscribers this month and attract new ones in an all-out fight for streaming supremacy.

As you are going to see now, almost all the premieres are from series and not from movies, something that makes sense, since they are the first ones that manage to tie up users for months. If not, tell the creators of La casa del Dragon.

But, if you’re a fan of the seventh art, don’t worry, there are two premieres at the end that can brighten your day (not the month, there are only two movies in 30 days, few seem like).

Let’s go, without further ado , to see all the premieres that arrive on HBO Max this month of November , a key month to see if they manage to shore up their mass of customers while Disney+ continues to emerge and Netflix consolidating.

Series premiere on HBO Max in November 2022

  • November 1st

The Winchesters: Before Sam and Dean, there was John and Mary. Told from Dean Winchester’s perspective as narrator, this is the untold epic love story of how John met Mary, and how they risked everything to save not only her love, but the entire world.

The Head: In the international station Polaris VI, in Antarctica. A small group of scientists from various countries will be responsible for keeping the base running during the long polar night. But in the middle of winter the station stops communicating with the outside.

  • November 2

Kingdom of Heaven: The definitive documentary series that tells the story of the giants of couture and how two ruthless empires came to dominate the world of luxury goods.

From the early 1990s to the 2010s.

  • November 3

The last stars of Hollywood: The heart of this series is a long-abandoned project that Paul Newman himself commissioned from his friend and screenwriter Stewart Stern.

Osel: Narrated by Osel himself and directed by award-winning director Lucas Figueroa, this documentary series with never-before-seen images will exclusively discover the amazing story of who was called at the time “El Nino Lama Espanol”.

Low Country: The Murdaugh Dynasty: Coming from a long line of powerful legal figures, Alex Murdaugh along with his wife, Maggie, and sons, Buster and Paul, enjoyed unparalleled influence over law enforcement, until the involvement de Paul in a tragic boating accident.

  • November 7

Trust Me: This new series introduces us to 16-year-old Jonny Murphy (Eden H. Davies) who is doing his best to navigate this world.

Growing up hasn’t been easy, and although loved by his friends and family, Jonny suffers from undiagnosed depression and anxiety that he does his best to hide.

  • Nov. 16

A real dream, season 2: Narrates the journey of the Real Madrid soccer players during the second season of its history. The series shows the enormous challenge of establishing himself in the elite of world soccer.

The lives of the players are intertwined with the sporting environment, exposing issues such as female leadership, motherhood, the psychological impact of social networks.

  • November 17

The Sex Life of College Girls Season 2: The new season begins with the return of the students after their fall break.

Facing the challenges that came their way at the end of the first season and facing their next semester full of new faces, parties and problems.

  • November 28

We’re Here: This series follows famed drag queens Bob the Drag Queen, Eureka O’Hara, and Shangela as they continue their journey through small-town America, spreading love and connection through the art of drag.

This season, the queens recruit a diverse group of local Granbury, Texas residents; St. George, Utah; Brevard County, Florida; Jackson, Mississippi; and Sussex, New Jersey to share their stories, raise awareness, and promote acceptance in their communities by participating in drag performances.

Movies premiere on HBO Max in November 2022

  • November 17

A Christmas Story 2: A Very Christmassy Christmas: Sequel to the classic 1983 film Christmas Story. The story follows the original protagonist, Ralphie, now an adult, who returns to the house on Cleveland Street to give his children a Christmas. magic like the one he had when he was a child.

Santa Camp: This documentary film tells the story of a horde of Santas, Mrs. Clauses and professional elves who travel to a camp in the New Hampshire woods every summer to learn the tricks of their trade.