Catch These Premieres on Max in July

Key Art for 'The Golden Boy: Oscar De La Hoya' on HBO and Max

Max (formerly HBO Max) brings you iconic series, award-winning movies, family favs, and much more. With so much ongoing content, we keep you in the loop by spotlighting new and notable titles coming soon. As such, check out these three buzzworthy premieres coming this July to Max.

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Full Circle

Premieres July 13

The upcoming crime thriller series, directed by Stephen Soderbergh, is described as “an investigation into a botched kidnapping uncovers long-held secrets connecting multiple characters and cultures in present-day New York City.” 

The series stars an ensemble cast including Claire Danes, Timothy Olyphant, Zazie Beetz, and Dennis Quaid. As with Traffic and Soderbergh’s other interconnected films, expect a gripping narrative structure and serious twists-and-turns when Full Circle premieres July 13.


The Golden Boy: Oscar De La Hoya

Premieres July 24

By the age of 19, Oscar De La Hoya was an Olympic boxing gold medalist, a multi-world title-winning professional boxer, a hometown hero and a role model to his Mexican-American community in East L.A. Nicknamed “The Golden Boy,” De La Hoya rocketed to national prominence as a superstar – but all was not what it appeared to be behind the polished facade.

Told in De La Hoya’s own words through candid interviews and rare archival footage, this two-part feature peels back the layers of this celebrated yet complicated figure, exploring his triumphs and turmoil and the impossible burden of a nickname he couldn’t live up to.


How to with John Wilson

Season 3 premieres July 28

The quirky and often surprisingly poignant docu-comedy filmed on the streets of New York, is coming to an end with its third season. 

“As we started work on Season 3, I found it exciting to think of it as the last one. It ended up opening a lot of narrative possibilities that weren’t available to us before and gave us the freedom to try some ambitious stuff,” said creator, documentarian and self-described “anxious New Yorker” John Wilson in a statement. “While a part of me would be happy to go on making How To indefinitely, I take a lot of pride in trying to make the style and imagery feel surprising, and I would prefer to end the show while that’s still the case. (By the end) it feels like a natural place to sign off.”

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