June is approaching and we are living in the post-Game of Thrones era. What are you going to watch on HBO Now in June? Will there be some awesome newcomers, or will you have to watch Game of Thrones starting from season 1 again to make time pass by? Here is the list of everything coming to HBO Now in June 2019!
May has been a strong month on HBO Now in the USA, and the season finale of Game of Thrones brought more than 13 million viewers to watch it live on HBO in the USA, and in addition, more than 5 million people streamed it live online. Those numbers are only for the USA, meaning that if you add everyone streaming it online in the other nations of the world and even include does who download it (illegally) you have a number probably around 100,000,000 (that is at least my guess). But, Game of Thrones season 8 wasn’t the only highlight on HBO Now in May. HBO Now subscribers could also enjoy the season finale of Veep, and the mini-series named Chernobyl was added to the platform.
But, what will happen in June? What are you gonna stream on HBO Now in June 2019?
Coming to HBO Now in June 2019
Here you will find lists of the big movies coming to HBO Now in June, the season premieres, and also a list of all the movies that will simply come to the platform on June 1st. If you are worried about missing out on a movie, take a look at the list of movies leaving HBO Now in June as well. In that way you will for sure get the chance to stream them on HBO before it is too late.
Here you have the theatrical premieres coming to HBO Now in June.
Bad Times at the El Royale, 2018 (6/1)
The 15:17 to Paris, 2018 (6/4)
A Star is Born, 2018 (6/8)
The Hate U Give, 2018 (6/15)
The Old Man & The Gun, 2018 (6/22)
Robin Hood, 2018 (6/29)
There is little doubt about the fact that A Star is Born is the big highlight on HBO Now in June 2019. It will come to the platform on June 8th, and this Academy Awarded movie tells the story of Bradley Cooper (a successful singer) embracing, encouraging and helping the character of Lady Gaga to become a star as they perform together. Many people have said that in real life it feels like the opposite as you see them on stage… Lady Gaga is out there helping and encouraging Bradley Cooper, but in the movie, the opposite is the reality.
The Robin Hood movie received very bad critics all around the world and it did not turn into the success story the creators had hoped for. But, maybe it will have greater success and bring viewers to HBO Now as it comes to the platform on June 29th? Maybe you didn’t want to pay for the cinema ticket after the poor reviews, but if you have an HBO subscription, you might want to watch it no matter what!
The Old Man and His Gun looks like a brilliant movie. It tells the story of an old and polite man who has a polite way of robbing banks. Even though he is nice, the craziness has to stop, and Casey Affleck puts on the character of the officer doing his uttermost to grab a hold of our old man and his gun.
Would you like some more action, almost scary horror, then you better go for Bad Times at the El Royale, a movie coming to HBO Now on June 1st. This is a star-specked movie and it tells about seven people residing at the same hotel one night. They have all done terrible things in the past, and this special night will be a leap-stone for all of them.
Series premieres on HBO Now in June
Do you have a favorite show you would like to watch on HBO Now in June? The finale of Chernobyl will air in June, but I guess many more people are looking forward to the arrival of Big Little Lies season 2. This is the fantastic story that received so much praise and amazing success, and in this season the mother of the Stellan Skarsgaard character (who died in the end of season 1) is coming to find out what really happened to his son. This is gonna be great!
Axios, Season 2 Premiere (6/2)
Success, HBO Europe Premiere (6/5)
Big Little Lies, Season 2 (6/9)
El Jardin Bronce, Season 2 Premiere (6/9)
Los Espookys, Series Premiere (6/14)
Euphoria, Series Premiere (6/16)
Years and Years, Series Premiere (6/24)
Other movies coming to HBO NOW (June 1st)
Breakin’ All The Rules, 2004
Conspiracy Theory, 1997
Darkman II: The Return of Durant, 1996
Darkman III: Die Darkman Die, 1996
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, 2011
Down to You, 2000
Funny Games, 2008
Halloween II, 1981
Halloween III: Season of the Witch, 1982
High Crimes, 2002
The Invasion, 2007
Joe Somebody, 2001
Macgruber (Extended Version), 2010
Only the Lonely, 1991
Rescue Dawn, 2007
Robin Hood, 2010
Snow Angels, 2008
Steve Jobs, 2015
The Station Agent, 2003
We Are Your Friends, 2015
Young Adam, 2004
Not so much worth mentioning here, except for the Robin Hood movie from 2010 (if you want to prepare for the Robin Hood movie from 2018). Besides this, the Steve Jobs movie is a great movie for those interested in the founder of the Apple empire.
Leaving Hulu in June 2019
If you want to watch any of these movies, make sure to hurry up as they will all leave HBO NOW in June (most of them on June 30th).
The Layover, 2016
First Kill, 2017
Annabelle: Creation, 2017
Against the Ropes, 2004
Big Fish, 2003
Clash of the Titans, 2010
The Cooler, 2003
Cop Out, 2010
Fifty Shades Freed (Extended Version), 2018
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, 1989
The Human Stain, 2003
Jupiter Ascending, 2015
Light It Up, 1999
The Losers, 2010
Love, Simon, 2018
Mystery, Alaska, 1999
Pacific Rim: Uprising, 2018
Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief, 2010
The Perfect Score, 2004
Pirate Radio, 2009
The Statement, 2003
There’s Something About Mary, 1998
Tomb Raider, 2018
How can you access HBO Now abroad?
Would you like to enjoy your HBO Now subscription, but you cannot because you are abroad? It is really easy to watch HBO Now abroad, and the solution on how it is done can be found in this article. Maybe you want to watch A Star is Born, or maybe you miss Game of Thrones so much that you want to watch the entire series over again on the HBO platform?
There might be many excuses, but the solution is still the same!
What are you gonna stream on HBO Now in June?
Do you have something special that you look forward to stream on HBO Now in June 2019? I would love to hear your thoughts and your comments, so write them down!