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7 Must-Watch TV Shows and Movies on HBO NOW in November 2015

7 Must-Watch TV Shows and Movies on HBO NOW in November 2015

Many new and notable films are coming to HBO NOW this November including such favorites as “Kingsman: The Secret Service,” “The Waterboy,” and “Dreamgirls.” If you’re a fan of the ’90s-era Nickelodeon sketch show “All That,” one of its most memorable adapted sketches, “Good Burger,” will be added to the HBO NOW docket, as well. This month also brings many original premieres and finales, including the debut of the third and final season of “Getting On,” the finale of “Project Greenlight,” and the premiere of the resulting film, “The Leisure Class.” And finally, before returning in 2016, “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” and “Real Time with Bill Maher” will air their final episodes of 2015. Check out all the HBO programming new and ending in November now!

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New Original Programming:
“Project Greenlight” – Season Finale (11/1)
“The Diplomat” (11/2)
“The Leisure Class” (11/2)
“Kareem: Minority of One” (11/3)
“Getting On” Season 3 Premiere (11/8)
“U2: iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour” (11/14)
“The Latin Explosion” (11/16)
“The Danish Girl: HBO First Look” (11/18)

“Real Time with Bill Maher” – Fall Finale (11/21)

Comedian Bill Maher will take a much-deserved break before returning back to HBO NOW after the new year. The final show of 2015 will debut November 21, so be sure to catch Bill Maher’s last “New Rules” and final guests of 2015. 

“Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” – Fall Finale (11/23)

Your favorite British comedian will also take a well-earned break for the holiday season and return after the new year, with the final episode of “Last Week Tonight” airing November 23. Let’s see what last injustices John Oliver will educate the nation on in 30 minutes before 2015 comes to a close. 

“3 1/2 Minutes, Ten Bullets” – (11/23)
Saturday Night Movies:
“Unfinished Business” – 2015 (11/7)
“Run All Night” – 2015 (11/14)
“Fifty Shades of Grey” – 2015  (11/21) (Original and Unrated cuts)
“Kingsman: The Secret Service” – 2014 (11/28)
Estrenos en Español:
“Los ases del corrar” – 2015 (11/1)
“Muerte en Buenos Aires” – 2014 (11/6)
“No robarás” – 2013 (11/13)
Films New to HBO NOW:
(Available November 1)
“Battle for the Planet of the Apes” – 1973
“Beneath the Planet of the Apes” – 1970
“Don’t Say a Word” – 2011
“Double Jeopardy” – 1999

“Dreamgirls” – 2006

From the Tony Award-winning musical to the Oscar-winning film, the story of these outstanding women will continue to move and inspire audiences. With a superb cast including Jamie Foxx, Beyonce, Eddie Murphy, Danny Glover, Anika Noni Rose, and — in her breakout Oscar-winning role — Jennifer Hudson. Thankfully, this amazing film will be available on HBO NOW come November.

“Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer” – 2007
“Field of Dreams” – 1989

“Good Burger” – 1997

Adapted from the Nickelodeon sketch show “All That,” “Good Burger” stars a young Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell as two teenagers working in a burger joint. Suddenly they face competition from the burger emporium across the street. Hilarity ensues. 

“Once” – 2006

“Planet of the Apes” – 1968
“Ride Along” – 2014
“Satisfaction” – 1988
“Scream” – 1996
“The Last King of Scotland” – 2006
“The Thomas Crown Affair” – 1968

“The Waterboy” – 1998

An Adam Sandler classic, “The Waterboy” is coming to HBO NOW. After being raised by his over-protective mother, Sandler plays the water boy of a losing football team until one day, the coach sees Sandler’s tough side and adds him to the roster. Soon after, the team’s luck changes and they become contenders for the championship.

“Throw Momma from the Train” – 1987
Last Chance to Catch:

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” – 2013 (ends 11/24)

The second in the trio of “Hobbit” films is all excitement and adventure. Bilbo Baggins and the dwarves have almost completed their epic journey until they finally arrive at the Lonely Mountain. But inside, Smaug the dragon waits for them. Can Bilbo escape before Smaug turns him into barbecue? 
Ending November 30
“Accepted” – 2006

Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery” – 1997

Everyone’s favorite International Man of Mystery, Austin Powers, first showed audiences his mojo in this debut film of the franchise. Austin Powers (Mike Myers) has to save the world from Dr. Evil (Mike Myers) for the first time. This wonderful film is where it all started: the classic pinky finger to corner of lip, the “yeah, baby, yeah,” the “oh, behave,” and many other ’90s nostalgic moments are in store. 

“Dances with Wolves” – 1990

“Godzilla” – 2014
“Hannibal” – 2001
“Ice Age: The Meltdown” – 2006
“Jersey Boys” – 2014
“Let’s Be Cops” – 2014
“Miami Vice” – 2006
“Neighbors” – 2014
“Rush Hour” – 1998
“Scooby-Doo” – 2002

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