Six hottest shows to Binge-Watch on Showmax this August

Six hottest shows to Binge-Watch on Showmax this August

This August, Showmax is streaming a diverse array of terrific shows that will have you glued to your screens.

From drama-filled reality shows to hair-raising horrors and invigorating action series, Showmax has got you covered with a diverse array of terrific movies.

Take a stroll through the list to get the best line-up on your movie list this August.

  • BBNaija: The Buzz and BBNaija Eviction Vodcast

In addition to all the 24/7 live feeds and exclusive content from the house and diary room, the highly entertaining BBNaija S7: The Buzz is back for the second time.

Enjoy episodes of no holds barred analysis from Toke Makinwa and guests as they dissect the juiciest and hottest moments from the housemates. Also, get in on the gist, as they share exclusive BTS from the house.

Creative personality and BBNaija alumnus Elozonam Ogbulu will also have exclusive conversations with evicted BBNaija Level Up housemates on the first-ever BBNaija Eviction Vodcast.

  • This Is Going To Hurt        

Based on the best-selling memoir of a real-life doctor, This is Going To Hurt follows the hilarious antics and life of junior doctor, Adam Kay as he juggles his chaotic job in a British labour ward and his personal life.

  • The Gilded Age

Rated as one of the most anticipated shows of 2022, go on a 140-year historical journey into American society with The Gilded Age.

The historical period drama set in 1882 follows the life of a young girl who moves from rural Pennsylvania to New York City after her father’s death. Moving in with her old-money aunts has her enmeshed in a social war between the outrageously rich and exposed to a world on the brink of the modern age. Will she follow the old rules of society or forge her own path?

  • The Time Traveller’s Wife

Romance meets science fiction in The Time Traveler’s Wife, which tells Clare and Henry’s intricate and unique love story about a marriage with a problem… time travel. The six-part mini-series is also where a pack of tissues meet loads of tears as the couple relive their love story from one time to another.

  • Scream

A direct sequel to 2011’s Scream 4, Scream reboots the satirical slasher/black comedy franchise created by the late horror master Wes Craven. With a new killer donning the Ghostface mask 25 years after a streak of brutal murders, the quiet town of Woodboro, California, is shocked and scared to its Californian bones. Courteney Cox, David Arquette, and Neve Campbell reprise their roles from the earlier series.

  • Sing 2

Keep your kids entertained this summer break with the story of the ever-optimistic koala, Buster Moon and his crew as they plan to launch their most dazzling stage extravaganza yet.

To get their show on at the Crystal Tower Theater in glamorous Redshore City, the musical band need to win over ruthless mogul wolf Jimmy Crystal and persuade reclusive lion rock legend Clay Calloway to return to the stage.

You can also enjoy other super interesting movies like The Baby, The Wife: Behind The Veil, Last Night In Soho, Snake Eyes G.I Joe, The Responder, A Black Lady Sketch (Season 3), The Equalizer (Season 2), Landscapers, Dear Evan Hansen, The Thing About Pam, and  La Brea S1 from as low as #1,200 on Showmax. Visit www.showmax.com  to get started.