5 super productions that are a must see on HBO GO

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The final episode of the sequel to Sex and the City of New York, the season 2 Ridley Scott sci-fi series, is coming, but we can also revisit Sin City and Robert De Niro’s Hollywood stunt, gallows comedy.

1. The Golden Age – Season 1
In this costume historical drama series, the XIX. amid the massive economic changes of the late twentieth century, in 1882 the young Marian Brook, the orphaned daughter of a southern general, moves in with her rigid and conventional aunts in New York, where she engages in an exciting social war. Starring Christine Baranski, Cynthia Nixon, Carrie Coon, Morgan Spector, Denée Benton and Louisa Jacobson. (The new series will be available on HBO GO from February 1.)

2. The Children of the Wolf – Season 2
Ridley Scott’s debut sci-fi series , which has been a huge hit among critics in 2020, will take place in the not-so-distant future, when humanity is already beginning to rule the universe. In the first season in the early stages of colonization, we were able to trace the stories of two androids, Dad and Mom, who were tasked with raising human children on one of the unknown planets. But the prosperous colony is threatened with a religious conflict … (Season 2 will be available on February 2 on HBO GO.)

3. And all of a sudden … – season-ending episode
In the new chapter of HBO’s former Crown Diamond Sex and New York TV series, Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker), Miranda Hobbs (Cynthia Nixon) and Charlotte York (Kristin Davis) are no longer trying to deal with the intricacies of life and friendship in their thirties. trampling on when things get even more complicated … Well, will the viewers still have the same bitter taste after the last part as the critics during the first few episodes , or will the makers pull themselves together for the grand finale? (The season-ending episode will be available on HBO GO from February 3.)

4. Sin City
Slowly, Robert Rodriguez ’s black-and-white comic book adaptation will be 20 years old, though it was as if it were only yesterday that ode to it was celebrated by critics celebrating the resurrection of a film noir marked with Humhrey Bogart’s balloon jacket and hard-fisted crime heroes. But there was also a reason to wave a fedora hat, because Robert Rodriguez (as well as his striking national buddy Quentin Tarantino as a guest director )’s overwhelming feature film didn’t accidentally become a cult creation! Sin City, the city of sin, attracts stubborn, unpleasant figures, corrupt characters and broken hearts as a magnet. A hard, dark place for stormy souls, there are those who thirst for revenge, others long for redemption, and there are those who both hope a little. In three separate but yet step-by-step stories, stars such as Bruce Willis, Clive Owen, Benicio del Toro, Jessica Alba, Mickey Rourke, Elijah Wood, Rosario Dawson, Brittany Murphy, Rutger Hauer, Michael give each other a handle. Madsen, Alexis Bledel, Josh Hartnett, Carla Gugino, Michael Clarke Duncan and Nick Stahl. (Available on HBO GO from February 4.)

5. The big returnees
In this 2020 action film, Max Barber (Robert De Niro) and his partner, Walter (Zach Braff) are producers of B-category movies who get into trouble because they can’t pay their debts to Mafia boss Reggie Fontaine (Morgan Freeman). To save his own and Walter’s skin, Barber has to sell his only successful script to date to his former intern, who is currently an A-list producer, James Moore (Emile Hirsch). On the first day of filming, Moore’s protagonist dies in a stunt accident, making him eligible to redeem a large-scale insurance policy. This gives Barber an idea to try the same. They write a terrible western screenplay and ask an aged cowboy actor, Duke Montana (Tommy Lee Jones), to star. The problem is, Duke just doesn’t want to get bored.(Available on HBO GO from February 5.)