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The highly anticipated final season of the award-winning comedy series "Veep" and "Barry", debut in Season 2 on April 1st, on HBO and HBO GO via AIS PLAY and PLAYBOX.

The HBO documentary "The Inventor: Out For Blood in Silicon Valley" shows March 19 and the presentation of the HBO Film on "Native Son" on April 7, exclusively on HBO GO. All the titles listed above are previewed in Asia simultaneously with the United States.

"The inventor: out for blood in Silicon Valley" examines the rise and fall of Elizabeth Holmes and her multi-billion dollar healthcare technology company. Oscar-winning director Alex Gibney (winner of the HBO "Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief" emmy) delves into the compelling story of how Holmes, Theranos CEO, has decided to change the world and ended up committing a massive classic fraud example of how truth is more dramatic than fiction. The documentary screens on March 19 at 8 am ..

"Veep" plays Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Selina Meyer, winner of the Emmy award and the Screen Actors Guild Award, who is running the campaign track while running for the presidency hoping to regain the highest office on earth, despite the scandals and errors that have followed and his staff for years. New episodes debut on Monday also at 9.30 am with replies at 10.30 pm on the same day.

Bill Hader and Henry Winkler resume their Emmy winning roles in "Barry" returning for his second eight-episode season also on April 1st, at the same time in the United States at 9:00 am, with the same day of baptism at 10 pm: 00. Created and produced by Hader and Alec Berg, the dark comedy series depicts the life of a depressed war veteran who discovers passion and romance in a local acting class while at work in Los Angeles.

"Native Son", based on the novel of the same name by Richard Wright, will debut at the same time in the United States on Sunday 7 April at 9.00 exclusively in HBO GO. The film will also be available on HBO on Wednesday 10 April at 10.15pm.

The modern retelling of Wright's 1930s drama follows Bigger Thomas, a young African-American who takes a job working for an influential Chicago family, a decision that changes the course of his life. Directed by the debut director and famous visual artist Rashid Johnson from a screenplay by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks ("Topdog / Underdog"), the film had its world premiere in January at the Sundance Film Festival.


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