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New Releases to Stream on HBO (and Max) This Month Include Teen Torture Inc.

July is shaping up to be a month filled with sports documentaries on HBO and Max, offering viewers a unique insight into various fascinating stories. While some might find this lineup lacking in variety, sports enthusiasts are in for a treat with a range of engaging content.

Kicking off the month on July 2 is “Hard Knocks: Off Season with the New York Giants,” a five-episode unscripted series providing a behind-the-scenes look at the New York Giants organization as they gear up for their 100th season. This documentary promises an intimate portrayal of the team’s preparations and dynamics.

On July 10, viewers can delve into the inspiring story of “Quad Gods,” a documentary following three individuals with quadriplegia in New York who come together to form an e-sports team. Determined to challenge stereotypes and compete as athletes, this film showcases their resilience and determination in the face of adversity.

For those looking for a departure from sports documentaries, “Teen Torture Inc.” offers a thought-provoking exploration of America’s troubled teen industry. This three-episode docuseries sheds light on the controversial practices of “tough love” programs that have faced scrutiny for decades, with celebrities speaking out against the industry’s methods.

“FAYE,” premiering on July 13, shifts focus to Hollywood legend Faye Dunaway, delving into the highs and lows of her illustrious career. Known for iconic roles in films like “Bonnie & Clyde” and “Chinatown,” Dunaway’s journey is explored through interviews with her family and colleagues, providing a comprehensive look at her life on and off the screen.

Looking ahead, HBO has more in store for viewers, including “Wild Wild Space” on July 17, “Kite Man: Hell Yeah!” on July 18, and “Charlie Hustle and the Matter of Pete Rose” on July 24. These upcoming documentaries offer a diverse range of topics and stories to captivate audiences seeking compelling and informative content.

While this month may lean heavily towards documentaries, the lineup promises to deliver engaging narratives and thought-provoking insights into a variety of subjects. Whether you’re a sports fan or simply enjoy a well-crafted documentary, HBO and Max have something for everyone this July.