Everything Coming To and Leaving Max in December 2023


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Max's Exciting December 2023 Lineup: New Arrivals and Departures

As the festive month of December 2023 approaches, Max is set to refresh its content library with an exciting array of new arrivals, alongside bidding farewell to several of its current titles. This update promises to keep subscribers engaged with a blend of classic favorites, new originals, and much-anticipated shows and movies.

New Additions to Max in December 2023

December brings a treasure trove of entertainment to Max's platform. A notable highlight is the highly anticipated stage adaptation of the beloved animated film, "Spirited Away: Live on Stage." Fans of Oprah Winfrey will be delighted with the premiere of "Oprah and The Color Purple Journey," a deep dive into the journey of this iconic film and novel.

True crime enthusiasts can look forward to "Murder in Boston: Roots, Rampage & Reckoning," an in-depth exploration of a gripping case. The intriguing documentary "Time Bomb Y2K" is set to premiere, offering insights into the infamous Y2K scare at the turn of the millennium.

Max's original series are included. The season finales for "Julia," "Bookie," and "Rap Sh!t" are scheduled, promising exciting conclusions to this popular series.

A Cornucopia of Cinematic Gems

The first of December ushers in a host of movies spanning various genres and eras. Classic espionage enthusiasts can indulge in multiple James Bond titles, including "From Russia with Love" and "Goldfinger." For those seeking a blend of adventure and comedy, the "Bill and Ted" series brings its unique charm to the platform.

Contemporary cinema is well-represented with titles like "Mad Max: Fury Road" and "Jurassic World," offering high-octane entertainment. The list also includes family-friendly options like "Ramona and Beezus," ensuring entertainment for viewers of all ages.

The holiday spirit is in full swing with "Holiday Party with Andrew and Zoe" and various OWN Holiday Movies, like "A Christmas Serenade" and "The Christmas Detective." For younger audiences, "Teen Titans Go!: Great Holiday Escape & Christmas Magic" adds animated fun.

Max Originals are to be noticed. "Boom Boom Bruno" and "Elmo & Tango Holiday Helpers" are set to bring unique stories to the screen. The documentary "Sergio Leone: The Italian Who Invented America" offers a deep dive into the life and legacy of the legendary filmmaker.

Saying Goodbye: Titles Leaving Max

As new titles make their way to Max, several others are set to depart. This includes the entire "Annabelle" series, known for its chilling narrative in the horror genre. Fans of the "Final Destination" series will also need to hurry, as several titles from this franchise are leaving.

Classic movies like "Spotlight" and "Beautiful Creatures" are also on the departure list, along with the action-packed "The Man From U.N.C.L.E."

Departures Throughout December

The early days of December will see the exit of "Stath Lets Flats" and "Long Live the Royals." Mid-month departures include "Entourage" and "Beah: A Black Woman Speaks."

As December draws to a close, many titles will leave Max. This includes a range of genres from the family-friendly "Elf" and "A Christmas Story" to the action-oriented "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" series.

A Variety of Genres

The departing titles offer a diverse range of genres, ensuring that there's something for every viewer to catch before they leave. From the comedy of "Elf" to the thrilling narrative of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre," the departure list is as varied as it is extensive.

Final Thoughts

Max's December 2023 lineup blends nostalgia, innovation, and entertainment. While it's always bittersweet to see titles leave, the influx of new content promises to keep Max's library fresh and engaging. Whether you're a fan of drama, comedy, action, or documentaries, Max's December offerings are sure to have something to pique your interest. So, get ready to explore these new titles and catch up on the departing ones before they're gone.