Lovecraft Country: The first episode is available for free for everything on YouTube - 3movierulz


Every week a new chapter of the first season premieres on HBO.

HBO has premiered on August 17 one of its star titles of this 2020, Lovecraft Country, the supernatural horror series produced by Jordan Peele and J.J. Abrams. Every week a new episode of fiction is released on the streaming platform, but now you can also enjoy it on YouTube. 

All eyes are on this fiction, which might remind you of films like Let Me Out or Us, but this time its plot is based on Matt Ruff's novel of the same name that takes the viewer to the mystical and disturbing world of writer H.P. Lovecraft.

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Fiction is set in the segregated Southern United States of the 1950s and follows Atticus Black, a young man who tries to find his father who has despised in strange conditions. To do so, he will turn to the help of his uncle George and his lifelong friend Letitia, who will embark on a journey that will discover strange creatures of the night.

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For now, if you want to know more about this series and delve into its plot loaded with intentions and social debate and racial, you can enjoy for free the first podium on the HBO channel of YouTube. 


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