Watch These HBO Titles Before They Leave Disney+ Hotstar

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Mare of Easttown
Kate Winslet's raw, grief-stricken turn as a detective struggling to piece together a case as her own life falls apart won her the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress and elevated the standard tropes of investigative fiction.

The White Lotus
The web series, which was a breakout hit with its first season, switched gears from a class war to the battle of sexes, but stayed no less gleefully riveting.

Starring comedy legend Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep follows former senator Selina Meyer as she learns that being Vice President of the United States is not how she imagined it.

With complex characters that orchestrate mayhem at every possible opportunity, and are always a breath away from tearing each other apart, Succession is obnoxiously funny and entertaining.

Watchmen blended massive spectacle with intimate concerns, and it did so with a grace sorely lacking in current superhero narratives.

Sharp Objects
Sharp Objects is rendered compelling thanks to the internal conflicts of Amy Adams' character. And while the show is a slow burn, the unfolding of the truth is more electrifying because of it.

Game Of Thrones
The eight-season historical fantasy was big-budget storytelling at its best, blending palace intrigue, a hundred painstakingly laid plotlines and dragons

True Detective
With the final and third season somewhat bridging the chasm between its predecessors, True Detective has had its share of ups and downs. Don’t let that stop you from binging the crime drama.