HBO Max Premieres: This week the return of one of the best science fiction series and the comedy that swept the Emmys


 Do you miss Dolores, Maeve, Caleb and The Man in Black? If you have managed to unite all those names under the title of a series, then the answer is yes. Well the wait is over. This week, HBO Max premieres the fourth season of Westworld. At the moment, hardly anything has been revealed about the plot that will follow the new batch of episodes of the fiction starring Evan Rachel Wood, but it promises, as always, to blow your mind.

On the other hand, if you are looking for a comedy, this week it is included in the catalog of the streaming platform Schitt's Creek. This series swept the 2020 Emmys and laughter is guaranteed. Finally, HBO Max also premieres the suspense series Hausen about a strange building that feeds on the suffering of its inhabitants and the original comedy El p*to Michael Che.

Check out all of this week's premieres on HBO Max below:

Westworld - Season 4

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The world created by Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy returns to HBO Max with the season 4 premiere of Westworld. The fiction about the war between humans and robots continues with a new batch of episodes full of new alliances, enemies and impossible scenarios. Jeffrey Wright, Tessa Thompson, Thandiwe Newton, Ed Harris, Aaron Paul and Evan Rachel Wood complete the main cast of the fiction.

Premiere: June 27.

Schitt's Creek

Schitt's Creek - season 1 Trailer VO

In 2020, Schitt's Creek had 19 Emmy nominations and a total of nine wins. This fiction, which swept the American television awards, lands in full on HBO Max. It is a family comedy with the Rose as protagonists. When patriarch Johny loses all of his money, his wife and children must abandon their lavish lifestyle. Created by and starring Eugene Levy and Dan Levy, the fiction also features Catherine O'Hara and Annie Murphy in its cast.

Premiere: June 28.


Juri is a 16-year-old boy who moves with his father Jascheck to a housing complex in a prefabricated building on the outskirts of the city. The move is one of the consequences of the death of Juri's mother. Once there, the protagonist discovers that the building has a life of its own and that it feeds on the suffering of those who live in it. Created by Till Kleinert and Anna Stoeva, Hausen features Tristan Göbel, Charly Hübner and Alexander Scheer in its cast.

Premiere: June 30.

Other series coming to HBO Max this week:

- El f*to Michael Che - Premiere: June 30.

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