HBO Go and HBO Now: Here’s What’s Coming in February 2020

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HBO is prepping up for February by bringing in a ton of cool new movies for you to watch. Whether you’re an HBO Go or HBO Now subscriber, they both have the very same content, so you’re covered.

What kind of content should you expect for February? Well, they have a bunch of theatrical premieres lined up, including Alita: Battle Angel, Ma, Shaft, and Anna, as well as the horror Annabelle, Comes Home.

We’ve made sure to include some IMDb links so you can check them all out before they become available, so go ahead and set up your watchlist. Also, don’t forget to take a look at the list of movies that are leaving HBO in February.

February 1

February 3

  • Flight – short – American Black Film Festival’s HBO Short Film Competition Winners
  • McMillion$ – documentary, crime – Docuseries Premiere
  • The Teenage Psychic – comedy, fantasy, romance – Season 2, Series Premiere
  • The World Behind the Teenage Psychic – documentary – Original Programming

February 4

  • Cap – short, drama – American Black Film Festival’s HBO Short Film Competition Winners

February 5

  • Evelyn x Evelyn – short, drama – American Black Film Festival’s HBO Short Film Competition Winners

February 6

  • The Fisherman – short, drama – American Black Film Festival’s HBO Short Film Competition Winners
    Storks, 2016

February 7

  • High Maintenance – comedy, drama – Season 4 Premiere
  • Inciales SG (AKA Initials S.G.) – comedy, drama, music – Estrenos
  • The Shop: Uninterrupted – talk-show – Original Programming
  • Wednesday – short, drama – American Black Film Festival’s HBO Short Film Competition Winners

February 8

  • Ma – horror, mystery, thriller – Theatrical Premiere

February 11

February 15

  • Shaft – action, comedy, crime – Theatrical Premiere

February 17

February 18

February 21

February 22

February 28

  • HBO Latino Presents: A Tiny Audience – music – Episodes 2-4 – Original Programming

February 29

  • Anna – action, thriller – Theatrical Premiere