New on HBO Now: All the Movies and TV Coming in March

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New on HBO Now: All the Movies and TV Coming in March

March is an exciting month to be a passenger on the HBO train, as the pay-cable channel is making multiple big additions in television and film alike. You can skip to the complete list down below, or indulge us in breaking down the highlights—the choice is yours.

There’s no choice but to start on the small screen, where HBO, despite not being TV, has a massive March in store. They saved the best for last, as March 31 brings both the seventh and final season of Emmy-winning political comedy series Veep, starring the wonderful Julia Louis-Dreyfus as D.C. power player Selina Meyer, and the sophomore season of stellar action-comedy Barry, led by Bill Hader as a steely hitman with Hollywood aspirations. Airing earlier in the month are: new episodes of The Shop (March 1), the barbershop-based talk show from LeBron James and Maverick Carter’s Uninterrupted; the season two finale of Jessica Williams’ and Phoebe Robinson’s comedy variety show 2 Dope Queens (March 1); the season three finales of Pete Holmes-led comedy series Crashing (March 10), and Ben Sinclair and Katja Blichfield’s High Maintenance (March 17); the series finale of Serial-adjacent docuseries The Case Against Adnan Syed (March 31); the series premiere of HBO Asia period drama Grisse (March 6); and the season four premiere of HBO Brazil crime drama Psi (March 29).

On the film side, HBO’s theatrical premieres for the month include J.A. Bayona’s money-printing creature feature Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (March 9), one of Paste’s top films of the year in The Miseducation of Cameron Post, the massive shark-driven silliness of The Meg (March 23), delightful animated superhero series adaptation Teen Titans Go! to the Movies (March 9) and “batshit insane” The Purge prequel The First Purge (March 16), among others. Beyond that, the pay-cabler’s licensed movie offerings for the month are pedestrian at best, though we’ll give 2010’s unfairly maligned The Wolfman (March 1) and farcical dark-comedy Weekend at Bernie’s (March 1) a shoutout, at least. Far more interesting are HBO’s incoming documentary highlights, including Oscar-winner Alex Gibney’s Elizabeth Holmes/Theranos exposé The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley (March 18) and Dan Reed’s much-discussed Michael Jackson doc Leaving Neverland, airing in two parts on March 3 and 4.

HBO’s library’s March losses certainly outweigh its gains in the film department: a few titles vanish from the service late in the month, such as Wes Anderson’s stop-motion animated Roald Dahl adaptation Fantastic Mr. Fox (March 26), but the biggest blow lands later, when a cavalcade of excellent films—including Being John Malkovich, Fargo, Goodfellas, Public Enemies, The Shape of Water and others—follow suit on March 31.

Find HBO’s complete March slate down below.

Original Programming:
The Shop (3/1)
Leaving Neverland, Part 1 (3/3)
Leaving Neverland, Part 2 (3/4)
HBO First Look: The Aftermath (3/5)
The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley (3/18)
One Nation Under Stress (3/25)

Series Premieres:
Grisse, Series Premiere (3/6)
The Case Against Adnan Syed, Documentary Series Premiere (3/10)
Psi, Season 4 Premiere (3/29)
Barry, Season 2 Premiere (3/31)
Veep, Season 7 Premiere (3/31)

Series Finales:
2 Dope Queens, Season 2 Finale (3/1)
Crashing, Season 3 Finale (3/10)
High Maintenance, Season 3 Finale (3/17)
The Case Against Adnan Syed, Documentary Series Finale (3/31)

Theatrical Premieres:
My Friend Dahmer, 2017 (3/1)
Stratton, 2018 (3/1)
Skyscraper, 2018 (3/2)
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, 2018 (3/9)
Teen Titans Go! To the Movies, 2018 (3/9)
The First Purge, 2018 (3/16)
The Miseducation of Cameron Post, 2018 (3/20)
The Meg, 2018 (3/23)
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, 2018 (3/30)

Estrenos:
El último traje (AKA The Last Suit), 2017 (3/1)
Desde el principo (AKA From the Beginning), 2017 (3/1)
El ultimo romantico, 2018 (AKA The Last Romance) (3/1)
Yo no me llamo Rubén Blades (AKA Ruben Blades Is Not My Name), 2018 (3/22)
Havana Street Party Presents Orishas, 2018 (3/15)

Starting March 1:
50 First Dates, 2004
Angela’s Ashes, 1999
The Client, 1994
Courage Under Fire, 1996
Date Night (Extended Version), 2010
Deja Vu, 2006
The Devil Wears Prada, 2006
Despicable Me, 2010
Drugstore Cowboy, 1989
Entrapment, 1999
The Family Fang, 2016
Green Zone, 2010
The Grudge (Extended Version), 2004
Hellbound: Hellraiser II, 1988
Knock Knock, 2015
Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector, 2006
Love & Other Drugs, 2010
Paper Heart, 2009
Sinister 2, 2015
Taps, 1981
Tarzan, 2014
The Wicker Man (Director’s Cut), 2006
The Wolfman, 2010
Twisted, 2004
Weekend at Bernie’s, 1989
Yogi Bear, 2010

Ending March 24:
Knight and Day (Alternate Version), 2010
Vampires Suck (Extended Version), 2010

Ending March 25:
Taken (Unrated Version), 2009

Ending March 26:
Fantastic Mr. Fox, 2009

Ending March 31:
Being John Malkovich, 1999
Blow, 2001
The Boy Downstairs, 2018
The Brothers McMullen, 1995
Cool Runnings, 1993
Darkest Hour, 2017
Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat, 2003
Fargo, 1996
The Fabulous Baker Boys, 1989
Goodfellas, 1990
House of 1000 Corpses, 2003
House of the Dead, 2003
Inherent Vice, 2014
Justice League, 2017
The King and I, 1956
Liar Liar, 1997
Maverick, 1994
Mickey Blue Eyes, 1999
Murder at 1600, 1997
Murder on the Orient Express, 2017
Operation Dumbo Drop, 1995
Public Enemies, 2009
Reno 911: Miami, 2007
Ronin, 1998
Rupture, 2017
The Shape of Water, 2017
Sleight, 2017
Spy Kids, 2001
Super Troopers, 2002
Taking Woodstock, 2009
The Tale of Despereaux, 2008
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, 2017
Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride, 2005
Underworld (Unrated Version), 2003
Without a Trace, 1983
Wrong Turn 2: Dead End (Unrated Version), 2007
Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings (Unrated Version), 2011
Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines (Unrated Version), 2012

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