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‘Lil Nas X: Long Live Montero’: How to Watch the Artist’s Documentary Online

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After the success of big-box concert films such as Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour and Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé, Lil Nas X is taking us down the old town road in his own in-depth documentary from HBO. Titled Lil Nas X: Long Live Montero, the documentary will premiere on Max on Saturday (Jan. 27), and coincides with his latest new single, giving fans the opportunity to explore the “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” singer’s rise to fame and debut tour.

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Divided into three acts — Rebirth, Transformation and Becoming — the movie chronicles the “Industry Baby” singer’s life growing up in Atlanta, his rebirth as a musician and his place within the community of Black queer icons. Fans will also get behind-the-scenes footage of Lil Nas X throughout his debut tour, which spanned 60 days across North America and Europe.

Keep reading to learn the streaming options available.

How to Watch Lil Nas X: Long Live Montero

Lil Nas X: Long Live Montero was produced by HBO and can be streamed through the company’s official streaming platform, Max. If you already have Max, you can watch the documentary for free when you log into your account.

Don’t have a Max subscription? The streaming platform doesn’t offer a free trial, but it does provide a mix of affordable plans starting at $9.99/month that you can personalize to your budget and needs. Click here or the button below to start your subscription. You can also take advantage of promos and offers that’ll earn you a free Max membership (learn more here).

Max comes with three memberships to choose from: With Ads, Ad-Free and Ultimate Ad-Free. The With Ads plan is the ad-supported membership and cheapest option at $9.99/month, or you can save 20% with a yearly plan for $99.99/year. With it, you’ll have access to the entire Max library including original movies, TV series, content and more. You’ll also be able to stream on up to two devices at once in HD.

The Ad-Free plan includes everything in the With Ads plan minus commercials and up to 30 downloads to watch content on the go for only $15.99/month or $149.99/year. Or, you can take advantage of the Ultimate Ad-Free option that includes 4K Ultra HD quality, 100 downloads to watch on the go and the ability to stream on up to four devices at once.

Other content you can look forward to watching include Barbie, Succession, South Park, The Last of Us, Love & Death, Game of Thrones: House of the Dragon, Euphoria, True Detective, The White Lotus, Gossip Girl, Parasite, The Menu, The Gilded Age and more.

Prime members and Hulu subscribers can also add Max to their subscription through the premium channel options, which will keep all your content viewing in one place.

Watch the trailer for Lil Nas X: Long Live Montero below.

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