What’s coming to HBO Max in March 2023?

Ladies and gentlemen, mark your calendars and get ready to hit that play button! The excitement is building as we gear up for another month of epic entertainment on HBO Max. From heart-pumping action to belly-aching comedies, there will be many shows on HBO Max in March 2023. 

We’re thrilled to announce that HBO Max is treating us to an exclusive sneak peek of its upcoming releases. Get ready to indulge in a plethora of exciting titles that will be added to its extensive database come March 2023. Fans of classic movies will be delighted to see Creed, Selena, The Accused, and You Got Served making a return. But that’s not all, as HBO Max has a plethora of fresh, never-before-seen content lined up for us. Expect the highly anticipated Perry Mason season 2 and Succession season 4, among others.

We’ve curated a list of our top picks from HBO Max’s new releases to help you narrow down your watchlist. But don’t just stop there, we’ve also compiled a comprehensive list of all the TV shows and movies that will be available on the streaming platform from March 1. And if you’re not already subscribed to HBO Max, well, what are you waiting for?

1- Mariachis

Release Date: March 2, 2023

MARIACHIS, a contemporary dramatic comedy, draws inspiration from Mexico’s golden age of cinema while offering a unique perspective on the importance of Mexican traditions. The film explores the therapeutic power of music and how it can keep traditions alive.

The movie pays homage to Mexico’s iconic golden era of cinema and celebrates the country’s culture and heritage. The protagonist, Rosendo Cuevas (played by Pedro Fernandez), is the patriarch of his family and a passionate musician. Unfortunately, he suffers from a sudden and aggressive onset of Alzheimer’s, which threatens to take away more than thirty years of his life, including his musical career.

Through Rosendo’s memories and experiences, viewers will be immersed in the rich culture and customs of Mexico. The film highlights how music can be used as a powerful therapeutic tool to maintain cultural traditions and promote emotional well-being.

MARIACHIS is a touching tribute to Mexico’s culture and traditions, showcasing the enduring beauty of its customs and the importance of preserving them for future generations.

2- Marlon Wayans: God Loves Me

Release Date: March 2, 2023

Marlon Wayans is a well-known comedian, actor, and writer who has made audiences laugh for years with his unique brand of humor. However, in recent years, Wayans has also become known for his outspoken faith and his belief in God’s love. Marlon Wayans: God Loves Me is a very enjoyable comedy show.

In interviews and social media posts, Wayans has spoken about how his faith has helped him overcome personal struggles and find a deeper sense of purpose in life.

He has credited his relationship with God for giving him the strength to push through difficult times and to stay positive even in the face of adversity. This one is one of the best comedies that you are surely going to enjoy. 

3- Perry Mason

Release Date: March 6, 2023

After a pandemic-induced delay, Perry Mason Season 2 is finally hitting our screens on March 6, exclusively on HBO. The series initially premiered in June 2020 and was swiftly renewed for a second season.

However, with the global pandemic causing production delays and cancellations, it feels like an eternity since we last saw Perry Mason in action. 

But the wait is finally over, and fans can look forward to another gripping season. Starring the talented Matthew Rhys as the titular private investigator, the second season promises to be just as enthralling as the first.

4- All the Beauty and the Bloodshed 

Release Date: March 19, 2023

This year’s Oscars are abuzz with talk about the leading contender for Best Documentary Feature – an impactful film that gives the legendary artist and activist Nan Goldin a platform to share her story in All the Beauty and the Bloodshed.

Through a series of candid interviews and skillfully crafted slideshows, Goldin revisits the loss of her sister, her years spent in the LGBTQ subcultures of New York City, and how she made it her mission to hold the Sackler family responsible for their role in the opioid crisis.

This affecting film is not just one of the most exceptional documentaries of 2022, but it’s also one of the best films from the past year, hands down. Goldin’s story is a poignant and powerful account of personal loss, resilience, and the fight for justice.

5- Succession 

Release Date: March 26, 2023

It feels like only yesterday that we were glued to the screen watching the deceitful Tom Wambsgans (Matthew Macfadyen) toss his wife and her brothers overboard to win favor with his father-in-law. And now, Succession Season 4 picks up from that grand betrayal, with the Roy siblings at odds with their patriarch Logan (Brian Cox).

As the impending sale of Waystar Royco to Lukas Mattson (Alexander Skarsgård) looms, the family must confront the question of what their legacy will become.

The stage is set for another thrilling season of Succession, as the ruthless and ambitious Roy family navigates the treacherous waters of power, greed, and family politics.

New Releases of HBO Max in March 2023

As promised, here is the list of all the shows releasing on HBO Max in March 2023:

What you can watch on MARCH 1, 2023

A Dangerous Method, 2011

Creed, 2015

Creed II, 2018

Finding Forrester, 2000 (HBO)

Ghost Ship, 2002 (HBO)

The Expendables, 2010

House at the End of the Street, 2012 (HBO)

Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, 2014 (HBO)

Basic, 2003 (HBO)

Bloodsport, 1988 (HBO)

Cobra, 1986 (HBO)

Long Shot, 2019 (HBO)

Lucy, 2014 (HBO)

Make Your Move, 2013 (HBO)

The Jacket, 2005 (HBO)

The Wife, 2018

This is the End, 2013

Vampire in Brooklyn, 1995 (HBO)

I Love You, Man, 2009 (HBO)

Milk, 2008 (HBO)

The Big Hit, 1998 (HBO)

The Blue Lagoon, 1980

The Brothers Bloom, 2008 (HBO)

The Expendables 2, 2012

The Expendables 3, 2014

The Jacket, 2005 (HBO)

You Got Served, 2004

What you can watch on MARCH 2

Marlon Wayans: God Loves Me, Max Original Premiere

Mariachis, Max Original Season 1 Premiere

What you can watch on MARCH 3

House Party (New Line Cinema/Warner Bros. Pictures)

What you can watch on MARCH 6

Perry Mason, Season 2 Premiere (HBO)

Rain Dogs, Season Premiere (HBO)

What you can watch on MARCH 8

Mortal Kombat, 2021

What you can watch on MARCH 12

The Last of Us, Season Finale Premiere (HBO)

What you can watch on MARCH 17

Beach Cottage Chronicles, Season 2

What you can watch on MARCH 19

All the Beauty and the Bloodshed, Documentary Premiere (HBO)

What you can watch on MARCH 23

Only You: The Animated Shorts Collections, 2023

What you can watch on MARCH 26

Succession, Season 4 Premiere (HBO)

What you can watch on MARCH 29

Those Who Wish Me Dead

Wrap Up!

March 2023 is shaping up to be an exciting month for HBO Max subscribers. From classic films to highly anticipated TV shows, the streaming service is offering a diverse array of content that is sure to keep viewers engaged and entertained. Whether you’re in the mood for a thrilling murder trial in Perry Mason Season 2 or a nostalgic trip down memory lane with Creed and Selena, there’s something for everyone on HBO Max in March 2023.

Let’s not forget about the hilarious comedy special from Marlon Wayans or the powerful documentary featuring Nan Goldin. With so much to look forward to, it’s safe to say that HBO Max is once again proving why it’s one of the best streaming services out there. So grab your popcorn and get ready to dive into the world of HBO Max in March 2023.

Maheen Zaib

Maheen is an entertainment journalist by profession and a literary connoisseur in her leisure. When not delving into the latest industry scoop, you can find her immersed in the pages of a favorite book or indulging in the timeless allure of a classic film.

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