Articles about HBO Max
Spanish drama Cómo mandarlo todo a la mierda (How to Screw it All Up) follows a group of friends searching for freedom on a spontaneous road trip. Creators Jaime Olías and Pablo Sanhermelando talk risk-taking and speaking to Gen Z with the HBO Max series.
Writer and director Balint Szentgyörgyi joins executives from HBO Max to reveal how they delved into the world of 1980s espionage for his first TV series, Hungarian thriller A besúgó (The Informant).
Star Katarzyna Wajda and director Xawery Żulawski discuss making HBO Max’s Polish crime thriller Odwilż (The Thaw), which centres on a murder investigation and the search for a missing baby led by a detective facing a personal crisis.
Patrick Somerville, showrunner of HBO Max drama Station Eleven, looks back on the making of this post-apocalyptic series set both before and 20 years after a devastating pandemic sweeps around the world.
Swedish stars Sofia Helin, Anja Lundqvist, Julia Dufvenius and Elin Klinga and the team behind HBO Max comedy Lust tell DQ how they collaborated off-screen to tell the story of four women confronting issues of sex and intimacy in middle age.
Starstruck’s Rose Matafeo, Nikesh Patel and Emma Sidi preview the return of the BBC and HBO Max romantic comedy about a millennial navigating two jobs and a relationship with a famous film star.
The Tourist writer Harry Williams and director Chris Sweeney take DQ on a trip to the Australian outback, where an amnesiac known only as The Man is searching for answers while being pursued by mysterious figures.
Star Marie Reuther, writer Johanne Algren, producer Ditte Milsted and director Kaspar Munk preview Kamikaze, HBO Max’s first Danish original series, which follows a young woman on a life-changing journey in the wake of a tragic event.
The Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco joins veteran producer Greg Berlanti to discuss the making of HBO Max mystery drama The Flight Attendant, which marked the actor’s first project as both star and executive producer.
Christina Lee and Alissa Nutting tell DQ about writing Made for Love, an HBO Max original series based on Nutting’s darkly comic sci-fi novel about a woman on the run from her controlling tech billionaire husband – who has implanted a monitoring chip in her head.