Rachel McAdams and Colin Farrell in 'True Detective'

HBO Now has announced the programming being added to the streaming service in August, including movies, original programming and Spanish selections.

Beyond the season finales of “True Detective,” “Ballers” and “The Brink,” HBO Now is adding several movies, along with original programming like “Tig Notaro: Boyish Girl, Interrupted” to its streaming lineup. The service will also add new episodes of “Show Me a Hero” the same day it airs on HBO.

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Check out the highlights below, as well as what’s leaving HBO Now at the end of August.

New Original Programming:

“Back on Board: Greg Louganis” (Aug. 4)
“Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the Houston Texans” (Aug. 12)
“Show Me a Hero: Part 1 & Part 2” (Aug. 16)
“Tig Notaro: Boyish Girl, Interrupted” (Aug. 22)
“Show Me a Hero: Part 3 & Part 4” (Aug. 23)
“Show Me a Hero: Part 5 & Part 6” (Aug. 30)

Season Finales:

“True Detective: Season 2” (Aug. 9)
“Ballers: Season 1” (Aug. 23)
“The Brink: Season 1” (Aug. 23)

Saturday Night Movies:

“Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Innocence)” (Aug. 1)
“The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies” (Aug. 8)
“The Theory of Everything” (Aug. 15)
“Dumb and Dumber To” (Aug. 22)
“Kill the Messenger” (Aug. 29)

Estrenos en Español:

“Ramona” (short) (Aug. 4)
“Manos Sucias” (Aug. 7)
“Bomba” (Aug. 14)

New films, available Aug. 1:

“Charlie’s Angels”
“Dances with Wolves”
“A Fish Called Wanda”
“Four Weddings and a Funeral”
“John Tucker Must Die”
“Meet the Parents”
“An Officer and a Gentleman”
“Veronica Mars”

Leaving HBO Now on Aug. 31:

“Broken Arrow”
“Ender’s Game”
“Enemy of the State”
“Enough Said”
“Eyes Wide Shut”
“The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift”
“Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters”
“The Other Woman”
“The Wolverine”

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