What Time Is ‘The White Lotus’ on HBO and How Can You Watch It?
HBO’s The White Lotus quickly gained a fan base, but many new viewers want to know exactly what time new episodes hit the streaming service. The limited series features an ensemble cast with Connie Britton, Jennifer Coolidge, Alexandra Daddario, and Steve Zahn. The series follows the highly wealthy guests through a week at a luxurious Hawaiian resort. However, the vacation is anything but relaxing, and there’s a strange murder mystery to solve.
When do new episodes of ‘The White Lotus’ come out?
Mare of Easttown fans might be pleasantly surprised to find that The White Lotus airs at the same time as the HBO miniseries did. The White Lotus airs on HBO at 9 p.m. EST on Sundays throughout July and August. Viewers with the HBO app and the HBO Max app can stream the new series at 9 p.m. For users with only HBO Max, the new episodes become available right at 9 p.m. when the series airs live on HBO.
‘The White Lotus’ Episodes List
The White Lotus will air with a total of six episodes, all airing on HBO in that same time frame: 9 p.m. EST. The miniseries premiered on HBO on July 11 and will continue through mid-August. Fans can expect The White Lotus finale to air Sunday, Aug. 15, at 9 p.m. EST. Finally, here is a breakdown of the episode titles and air dates:
Episode 1 — “Arrivals” (July 11)
Episode 2 — “New Day” (July 18)
Episode 3 — “Mysterious Monkeys” (July 25)
Episode 4 — “Recentering” (Aug. 1)
Episode 5 — “The Lotus-Eaters” (Aug. 8)
Episode 6 — “Departures” (Aug. 15)
What is ‘The White Lotus’ on HBO about?
Fans of the HBO series Succession and Mare of Easttown enjoy this similar new show, The White Lotus. Director Mike White wanted the new limited HBO series to seem similar to Succession, however, at a more relatable level. The wealthy guests at the resort aren’t billionaires like the Roy family, but they are rich people who still benefit from the class they live in.
The White Lotus also delves into the lives of the resort staff, including manager Armond (Murray Bartlett) and spa manager Belinda (Natasha Rothwell). They try to put on a constant smile, but within the first few episodes, it’s evident that the stress of running the resort is getting to Armond. Lone traveler Tanya McQuoid (Jennifer Coolidge) becomes increasingly interested in keeping Belinda for herself. However, she’s not versed in authentic relationships. Instead, she attempts to throw money at the woman, insisting that Belinda might be better off owning her own business rather than behind the resort desk.
Meanwhile, money and wealth interfere with the newlyweds’ marriage as well. Shane Patton (Jake Lacy) insists that his bride, Rachel (Alexandra Daddario), stop working because her “situation has changed.” She married into a wealthy family, so she should relax. The comments about money don’t sit well with Rachel, who still wants to have a career.
Plus, there’s an entirely different dynamic between the Mossbacher family — Mark’s (Steve Zahn) insecurities run rampant. His wife, Nicole (Connie Britton), prides herself on being a powerful businesswoman.
The White Lotus airs at the same time every Sunday night through mid-August: 9 p.m. EST on HBO and HBO Max.