What's new on HBO Max in March 2023
Everything that’s coming to HBO Max in March — What to Watch picks the TV shows and movies to add to your watch list.
Not only does March usher in the spring in the US, but it also marks the triumphant return of the Emmy-winning series Succession and the highly-anticipated second season of Perry Mason on HBO Max. Additionally, the new month hosts the final episode of everyone’s favorite new apocalyptic venture, The Last of Us. All in all, for those who love a great drama, HBO Max is a great go-to place for streamers in March.
Below, we've provided a complete list of everything new to the platform, but first, here's what we’ve selected as our must-watch picks.
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Best TV show on HBO Max in March: Succession season 4 (March 26)
With the announcement that Succession will end with season 4, we are anticipating the story of the Roy family is going to get even more cutthroat. With a series finale in sight, the question immediately becomes, who will wind up ruling the media conglomerate at the heart of the show?
Other series HBO Max subscribers should be on the lookout for are Perry Mason season 2 premiering on March 6 and The Last of Us season finale airing on March 12.
Best movie on HBO Max in March: Selena (March 1)
Selena is coming to HBO Max, and that’s great news for fans of both the Tejano singer and for those that loved watching Jennifer Lopez in the role that launched her acting career. For many that have seen the film, the biopic is one of the better ones that was made in the ‘90s and continues to be a must-watch drama over 25 years after its initial release.
On another note, with Creed III debuting in theaters, for those that need a reminder of what has happened in the Rocky spinoff thus far, Creed and Creed II become available to stream on HBO Max on March 1.
Best reality program on HBO Max in March: Beach Cottage Chronicles season 2 (March 17)
If you enjoy watching programs about houses and real estate, and love a good beach view, Beach Cottage Chronicles serves as a good option for you. The series showcases some amazing beach homes and goes into the history of the properties and why they’re so special to the communities in which they’re located.
What’s new on HBO Max in March 2023
(HBO Max originals marked in bold)
- The Accused (1988)
- Basic (2003)
- Beatriz at Dinner (2017)
- Best of Enemies (2015)
- The Big Hit (1998)
- Bloodsport (1988)
- The Blue Lagoon (1980)
- Breathe (2017)
- The Brothers Bloom (2008)
- The Circle (2017)
- Cobra (1986)
- Creed (2015)
- Creed II (2018)
- A Dangerous Method (2011)
- The Expendables (2010)
- The Expendables 2 (2012)
- The Expendables 3 (2014)
- Finding Forrester (2000)
- Ghost Ship (2002)
- House at the End of the Street (2012)
- I Am Love (2009)
- I Love You, Man (2009)
- Iris (2014)
- The Jacket (2005)
- The Kid (2019)
- Lemon (2017)
- Long Shot (2019)
- Lucy (2014)
- Make Your Move (2013)
- Milk (2008)
- My Bloody Valentine (1981)
- Next Day Air (2009)
- Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (2014)
- Outrage (2009)
- Results (2015)
- Rocknrolla (2008)
- Selena (1997)
- School Life (2016)
- Sinister (2012)
- Spawn (1997)
- Speed Racer (2008)
- Tangerine (2015)
- Trespass Against Us (2016)
- This is the End (2013)
- Un Gallo Con Muchos Huevos (A Brave Little Rooster) (2015)
- Vampire in Brooklyn (1995)
- White God (2014)
- Whitey: United States of America v. James J. Bulger (2014)
- The Wife (2018)
- You Got Served (2004)
- Marlon Wayans: God Loves Me (2023)
- Mariachis season 1 premiere
- Perry Mason season 2 premiere
- Rain Dogs season 1 premiere
- Mortal Kombat (2021)
- The Last of Us season 1 finale
- Beach Cottage Chronicles season 2
- All the Beauty and the Bloodshed (2022)
- Only You: The Animated Shorts Collections (2023)
- Succession season 4 premiere
- Those Who Wish Me Dead (2021)
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