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HBO Specials can be seen on the HBO network. They have many specials that can be see on their network. They have comedy specials. They also have drama specials, and new specials as well. Their are so many different types of specials that can be seen on the HBO network. They have documentary film specials, as well. This network has a lot of different genres of specials. This specials are both fiction, and non-fiction. They have a wide variety, to get a wide variety of their viewers. HBO specials can be for any audience, depending on what genre, and type of special it is. HBO Specials have so many different things to their plots, and so many different characters in their specials as well. Their is so much to see, and so many options when it comes to watching an HBO Special. The HBO Specials are good for any audience because they have so many different genres of specials. They have comedy, horror, documentaries, and so many other kinds of specials.

HBO Specials is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (26 episodes). The series first aired on May 20, 2013.

Where do I stream HBO Specials online? HBO Specials is available for streaming on HBO, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch HBO Specials on demand at HBO NOW, Vudu online.

Monday 9:00 PM et/pt on HBO
2 Seasons, 26 Episodes
May 20, 2013
Kids & Family
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HBO Specials Full Episode Guide

  • The heartfelt story of a young girl who was abused and neglected and is given a second chance at life.

  • Alan and Susan Raymond explore the reality of "the other death penalty."

  • Photographer Gillian Laub documents a divisive murder case in a small Georgia town, one year after the town merged its segregated proms, and during a contentious campaign to elect the county's first African American sheriff.

  • Investigating the shadowy international world of black-market organ trafficking. Through several case-study profiles, the film looks at all aspects of this controversial practice: from the street-level brokers who solicit kidney donors and the rogue surgeons who perform the operations to the impoverished donors and the desperate patients.

  • Actor Alec Baldwin and filmmaker James Toback dip their toes into the culture of cinema by canvassing the 2012 Cannes Film Festival for financial backing for their update of "Last Tango in Paris," pitching their idea to industry big shots such as Mark Damon and Avi Lerner, and interviewing Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola and others about their love of film.

  • A profile of Sam Berns, a Massachusetts teen who was diagnosed with progeria, a progressive aging disorder, before his second birthday, and his parents, both doctors, who have devoted their lives to searching for a cure.

  • The Oscar-nominated documentary short about two sisters designated one Monday every month at their Long Island salon to give free beauty treatments to women suffering from cancer.

  • VALENTINE ROAD explores the murder of a teenager who had begun exploring his gender identity, revealing the circumstances that led to the shocking crime, as well as its complicated aftermath.

  • Literary icon Edwin Honig suffers from Alzheimer's disease. This is his story as his cousin documents his struggle.

  • Profiling Marty Glickman, the Jewish-American athlete who was robbed of a chance to run in the 1936 Olympics. He went on to become a pioneering sportscaster and shaped sports programming for more than 50 years.

  • Ten American couples discussing sex, romance, love and relationships - from the comfort of their own beds. The cast includes New Yorkers who have broken up more than two dozen times and nonagenarians who have been married 71 years.

  • Honoring legendary casting director Marion Dougherty (1923-2011), who had an exceptional eye for talent and provided big breaks for actors such as James Dean, Robert Duvall, Robert Redford and Glenn Close.

  • Filmmaker Nina Davenport chronicles her journey to motherhood as a single fortysomething in New York City.

  • In 2007 a home invasion in Cheshire, Conn., resulted in arson and the deaths of a mother and her two daughters.

  • A documentary about Kevin Pearce's accident and his successful road back to snowboard super stardom.

  • Josh Fox broadens the scope on the dangers of extracting natural gas by hydraulic fracturing in this follow up of his Oscar nominated Gasland.

  • The story of Clarence Earl Gideon, whose trial spurred the landmark decision to provide all Americans with the right to a public defender.

  • A compilation of interviews with LGBT leaders in entertainment, business, sports and public service, including actor Neil Patrick Harris, comedian Wanda Sykes, finance expert Suze Orman and New York City politician Christine Quinn.

  • An intimate look into the annual Miss You Can Do It pageant, which spotlights young girls with special needs.

  • An intimate look at the life, death and legacy of Marilyn Monroe.

  • Russian justice in the modern Putin era is seen through the eyes of a young feminist punk band who were arrested after a protest on the altar of Moscow's largest cathedral. Winner of the 2013 Sundance Special Jury Prize, this film reveals the story of three members of Pussy Riot who were charged with religious hatred, culminating in a trial that drew international attention.

  • French artist JR tries to motivate people to participate in a global art project by pasting big portraits in the streets.