Catch the limited series of Love and Death, Succession Season 4 and more

This April on HBO GO, catch a series of exciting premieres from the Japanese film, The Last 10 Years (Yomei Junen) to the Max Original limited series Love & Death, starring Elizabeth Olsen and Jesse Plemons. Don’t miss the premiere of Succession Season 4 and the final episode of The Bachelor Indonesia, all available to stream on HBO GO.


Catch the limited series of Love and Death, Succession Season 4 and more


The Last 10 Years (Yomei Junen)

Premieres Friday, April 21 on HBO GO

Twenty-year-old Matsuri Takabayashi learns that she only has ten years to live due to an incurable disease. She decides to not dwell on her life and to not fall in love, but she meets Kazuto Manabe at a school reunion. Stars Nana Komatsu, Kentarô Sakaguchi, Yûki Yamada, Nao Honda, Lily Franky and Hideko Hara.

Love & Death

Premieres Thursday, April 27 on HBO GO

This limited series tells the true story of Candy and Pat Montgomery and Betty and Allan Gore – two churchgoing couples enjoying their smalltown Texas life… until an extramarital affair leads somebody to pick up an axe. Elizabeth Olsen and Jesse Plemons star in this riveting drama written by David E. Kelley and directed by Lesli Linka Glatter.

Series finales and new episodes on HBO GO

Catch the finale of The Bachelor Indonesia on Friday, April 7, Quantum Leap Season 1 on Tuesday, April 4 and new episodes of Succession Season 4 every Monday and Sesame Street Season 53 every Thursday. Also available is Making of The Last of Us only on HBO GO.


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