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As the fall 2016 TV schedule gets into full swing, HBO Now is bringing three excellent new original programs to its streaming service, in addition to airing the season finales of “Vice Principals” on Sept. 18 and “Ballers” on Sept. 25.

‘High Maintenance,’ Sept. 1

Ahead of its television debut, viewers can watch all 19 webisodes of this character-driven series that follows a nameless marijuana delivery man in New York City as he interacts with a wide variety of clients. The series originally aired on Vimeo from late 2012 to early 2015, and each webisode is between just five to 12 minutes in length. A six-episode first season premieres on HBO Sept. 16.

‘Three Days of Terror: The Charlie Hebdo Attack,’ Sept. 19

This documentary, made for the BBC and HBO, details the harrowing three-day attack on the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo and a kosher grocery in Paris in early 2015. Directed by Dan Reed ( ), it features unprecedented access to the French authorities and previously unseen footage of the attack that left 12 people dead.

‘Vice News Tonight,’ Sept. 26

This new half-hour nightly news broadcast from VICE media and HBO airs new episodes streaming every weeknight beginning Sept. 26. The show airing on HBO’s TV channel will run at 7:30 p.m. ET/PT and will become available at the same time on HBO Now each day.