HBO and HBO Max are rounding out the universally despised year with the long-awaited premieres of popular shows and movies.
“Wonder Woman 1984,” the hotly anticipated sequel to 2017’s “Wonder Woman,” will be debuting simultaneously on HBO Max and in theaters on Christmas Day. Gal Gadot faces off against a new enemy with superhuman strength and agility.
While production on “Euphoria” remains halted amid the COVID-19 pandemic, fans who have been clamoring for Season 2 since the acclaimed drama’s premiere last summer can rest easy with HBO’s two upcoming specials, the first of which debuts on Dec. 6 and picks up following Rue’s (Zendaya) relapse in the Season 1 finale.
If teen angst is not your brand of drama, opt for “The Flight Attendant,” starring Kaley Cuoco and Michiel Huisman, about an airline steward who awakes to find a dead man in her room, with no recollection of what happened.