This September, catch these great human endeavours that will light up the screen and our hearts on HBO GO. Best of all, you can stream these shows anytime on your favourite smart devices or on your smart TV.
Gems with BIG Personalities
Blinded by the Light delves into the challenges faced by a teenager from an immigrant family as he struggles with issues of racism and culture and finally learns to live his life and finds his own voice through the music of American rock n’ roll star Bruce Springsteen.
Music also takes centre stage in Yesterday, when a struggling musician discovers that he is the only person who remembers the iconic British pop band The Beatles. Inadvertently, his ability to sing and play their music propels him to stardom even as he wrestles with his conscience, knowing that the music he’s playing and the adulation he receives is not deserved. Find out how he makes a fundamental moral decision about his music as he decides what he truly needs in life.
Based on True, Inspiring Stories
There’s nothing more moving than witnessing triumph over adversity. Captain Phillips tells the harrowing experience of a hijacked American cargo ship, while Rocketman offers a compelling look into the life of 80s pop icon Elton John.
People, Real Life
What’s My Name: Muhammad Ali chronicles the extraordinary life of legendary boxer Muhammad Ali in a two-part documentary. His challenges, confrontations and comebacks are retold through recordings in his own voice and original footage.
HBO’s AXIOS returns with a second season, delving into topics that are reshaping the world, from business and technology to media, politics and science. Featuring interviews with high-profile individuals from various industries, it’s a captivating fusion of news and documentaries, delivered in a fast-paced and insightful format.
For more flexibility and hundreds of titles on-demand, download the HBO GO app at App Store or Play Store and get a 7-day free trial or access HBO GO via Astro.