The sci-fi dramedy is based on the novel of the same name by Alissa Nutting. “Made for Love” follows Hazel Green (Cristin Milioti) as she attempts to escape her controlling husband, tech giant Byron Gogol (Billy Magnussen). Her plan is complicated when she discovers that Gogol has put a high-tech monitoring chip inside her.
“Made for Love” has received positive reviews from critics so far. The show currently holds an “91% Fresh” rating on review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes. Here’s how to watch the show when it debuts on April 1.
How to watch ‘Made for Love’
The first three episodes of “Made for Love” will premiere on April 1 on HBO Max. After that, three more episodes will debut on April 8. The series’ first season will wrap up with two more episodes, both airing April 15.
The show is exclusive to HBO Max so you’ll need an HBO Max subscription to tune in. HBO Max costs $15 a month. HBO Max doesn’t offer a free trial through its website, but new members can get a one-week trial if they sign up for the service as an add-on to Hulu.
The HBO Max app is available on most media players, mobile devices, and smart TV brands, with the exception of LG TV models. You can see a full list of supported devices here.
What else can I watch on HBO Max?
In addition to “Made for Love,” HBO Max features a huge catalog of movies and shows.
The service will stream brand-new Warner Bros. movies on the same day they debut in theaters. “Godzilla vs. Kong” is the latest film to premiere and it will be available to stream through April 30. Other upcoming titles include “Mortal Kombat,” “The Suicide Squad,” “Space Jam: A New Legacy,” and more.
HBO Max is also home to a number of original shows, including “Raised by Wolves,” as well as HBO classics such as “The Sopranos,” “The Wire,” and “Game of Thrones.”
Is HBO Max worth it?
At $15 a month, HBO Max is a bit expensive compared to some other streaming services, but it offers a lot of value if you like to watch HBO originals and brand-new movies at home. The option to stream upcoming Warner releases, like “The Suicide Squad” and “The Matrix 4,” while they’re still playing in theaters could be worth the subscription price alone.