If you’re searching for both a new series to watch and something empowering this Women’s History Month, look no further than Julia on HBO Max. Here’s why the upcoming series is the perfect watch to end Women’s History Month with.
At Hidden Remote, we strongly believe that, when it comes to content, it’s quality over quantity. So just because Netflix (or Hulu) have more shows and movies to offer, doesn’t mean it’s our go-to or favorite streaming platform. Sure, the entertainment possibilities are endless at Netflix, but wouldn’t you rather tune in to a streaming service that has quality content you don’t have to shuffle through for a long time to find? Same!
That said, if you are not subscribed to HBO Max, you’re missing out on some great quality content as the platform is known for its brilliant storytelling and stunning performances, and Julia is about to boost this already incredible reputation.
Julia is the perfect Women’s History Month watch
The upcoming series premieres on Thursday, March 31 on HBO Max, so right before Women’s History Month comes to a close. The series includes eight episodes, so after March 31, there will be a new episode weekly (each Thursday) through May 5.
Julia is based on the true story of Julia Child, whose long-running TV series The French Chef, pioneered modern cooking shows. The series will see Julia before she became famous, new fans will learn about her struggles, but, more importantly, her many accomplishments. Audiences will see themes of feminism and the women’s movement. The synopsis also shares that Julia “at its heart is a portrait of a loving marriage with a shifting power dynamic.”
Julia stars Sarah Lancashire, David Hyde Pierce, Bebe Neuwirth, Brittany Bradford, Fran Kranz, and Fiona Glascott.
Will you be watching Julia when it premieres on HBO Max? What have you been watching this Women’s History Month?