Coming and Going on HBO Now in September 2015

Will Ferrell in the HBO Original Special Ferrell Takes the Field' coming in September

Will Ferrell plays every position on ten different baseball teams in one day in the new comedy special Ferrell Takes the Field, which debuts on HBO on Saturday, September 12. That’s just one of the original programs that will be available to subscribers of HBO Now (as well as HBO Go and HBO cable) in September.

Here’s what’s coming to HBO NOW in September 2015—original programming, first run movies, and films from the past couple of decades—and what’s leaving.

New Original Programming:
Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the Houston Texans (Season Finale, 9/9)
Ferrell Takes the Field (9/12)
Project Greenlight (9/13)
Doll & Em: Season 2 Premiere (9/13)
Heroes Cotidianos (HBO Latin American Originals) (9/16)
VICE Special Report: Prisons (9/27)

Saturday Night Movies:
Wild, 2014 (9/5)
Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, 2014 (9/12)
Exodus: Gods and Kings, 2014 (9/19)
Unbroken, 2014 (9/26)

Estrenos en Español:
El Beso (short), 2014 (9/4)
El Vientre, 2014 (9/11)
Sexo fácil, películas tristes, 2014 (9/18)

Notable Films New to HBO NOW:
(Available September 1)
Beetlejuice, 1998
Blades of Glory, 2007
Blade Runner, 1982
Bring it On, 2000
Center Stage, 2000
The Departed, 2006
The Faculty, 1998
The Good Son, 1993
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, 1966
Her, 2013
How Stella Got her Groove Back, 1998
In the Heat of the Night, 1967
Manhattan, 1979
The Rocky Horror Picture Show, 1975
Staying Alive, 1983
Thelma & Louise, 1991
Titanic, 1997
V for Vendetta, 2005

Last Chance to Catch:
Inside Man, 2006 (ends 9/15)
Wedding Crashers, 2005 (ends 9/24)
The Counselor, 2013 (ends 9/27)

Ending September 30
Best Man Holiday, 2013
The Break-Up, 2006
Contact, 1997
Edge of Tomorrow, 2014
Girl, Interrupted, 1999
Idiocracy, 2006
Moulin Rouge!, 2001
Pleasantville, 1998
Save the Last Dance, 2001
That Awkward Moment, 2014
The Wedding Planner, 2001
Working Girl, 1998

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Sean Axmaker is a Seattle film critic and writer. He writes the weekly newspaper column Stream On Demand and the companion website, and his work appears at, Turner Classic Movies online, The Film Noir Foundation, and Parallax View.