From rom-coms to runways, here's what to prepare yourselves for.

Emma Stefansky
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This article is from Thrillist

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HBO Max's launch on May 27 is less than a month away, and those of you thinking about signing up, or those of you who will already receive a subscription depending on what subscriptions you already have (it's a little confusing), probably want to know what you're in for. The streaming service will already have a lot of HBO and Warner Bros. content, as well as exciting stuff like Friends and its reboot and much of Studio Ghibli's catalog of anime films, but it'll also have a bunch of original programming that'll steadily roll out. HBO Max is currently planning to have six original shows and films available, with more on the way.