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Ballers & Insecure Air August 13

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The hit comedy series, Ballers starring Dwayne Johnson and Insecure starring Issa Rae, will kick off their new seasons back-to-back same time as U.S. on Monday, August 13 from 10am on HBO.

Ballers returns for its nine-episode fourth season, same time as the U.S. on Monday, August 13 at 10am, with a same day primetime encore at 11pm, exclusively on HBO (Astro Ch 411 / 431 HD). The series will also be available on HBO On Demand (via Astro GO).

Exploring the glamorous, often cutthroat, world of pro football through a group of past and present players striving to stay in the game, Ballers stars Dwayne Johnson as ex-superstar Spencer Strasmore, who has reinvented himself as a financial manager for today’s players.

After refusing to compromise his principles by joining an alliance with the filthy-rich Anderson brothers to move a football franchise to Las Vegas, Spencer and his partner Joe set out to expand their foothold in the client-management business, weighing an opportunity to purchase an extreme-sports LA outfit.

isecure_season3Insecure begins its eight-episode third season, same time as the U.S. on Monday, August 13 at 10:30am, with a same day primetime encore at 11:30pm, exclusively on HBO (Astro Ch 411 / 431 HD). The series will also be available on HBO On Demand (via Astro GO).

Starring Emmy® and Golden Globe nominee Issa Rae as Issa, Yvonne Orji as Molly, Lisa Joyce as Frieda, Natasha Rothwell as Kelli, Amanda Seales as Tiffany and Y’lan Noel as Daniel, the series follows the friendship of two African American women as they deal with their own real-life flaws while attempting to navigate different worlds and cope with an endless series of uncomfortable everyday experiences.

In the third season, Issa attempts to navigate her complicated relationship with Daniel, a childhood friend and on-and-off-again fling who’s looking to take his music career to the next level. On the work front, she begins to question her role at the non-profit “We Got Y’all” and Molly sets boundaries in order to concentrate on her dream job at an African American-owned law firm, which she risks sabotaging via her insecurities and hang-ups.

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