What’s new on HBO Max this month (March 2022)


What's new on HBO Max this month

Katrina Marcinowski


HBO Max has tons of great new content premiering in March 2022, including a new season of BBC’s smash hit comedy series “Starstruck,” plus the raunchy pirate adventure, “Our Flag Means Death” and a few Oscar-nominated films arriving on the platform.


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“New Girl” lovers rejoice! The Jake Johnson-led series “Minx,” premieres this month. Set in the San Fernando Valley in the 1970s, the series follows Johnson’s Doug and second-wave feminist Joyce as they push to publish the very first erotic magazine for women.

Best picture nominees “West Side Story,” “Drive My Car,” and “King Richard” will also be made available to stream on the platform in March.

How much does HBO Max cost?

HBO Max has two subscription tiers, an ad-supported subscription for $10 monthly and an ad-free plan available for $15 monthly.

HBO Max, $10 and up monthly

For even more streaming recommendations, make sure to check out our guides to everything that’s new on Prime Video, what’s new on Hulu and the best TV and movies to stream this week. If you’re looking for a family-friendly list of new titles to stream on your next family movie night, check out the Essentials family streaming guide. And if you’re not yet subscribed to any of these streaming platforms yet, you can see our guide to learn which streaming service is right for you.

Here is what HBO Max has to offer this month.

Our Flag Means Death (streaming weekly)

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“Our Flag Means Death” is based loosely upon the real life of Stede Bonnet, a wealthy aristocrat who gave up everything to become a pirate captain. Bonnet, his crew and Captain Blackbeard made an unlikely friend. They set sail for many misadventures on the Seven Seas.

Taika waititi and Rhys Darby are the stars of this hilarious new comedy series. The ensemble cast includes Leslie Jones and Nick Kroll, Fred Armisen and Nick Kroll, as well as Nick Kroll, Kristen Schaal and Nick Kroll.

“Our Flag Means Death,” new episodes streaming weekly


Minx (March 17)

Minx

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Starring Jake Johnson and Ophelia Lovibond, “Minx” takes us back to the 1970s and follows Joyce, a second-wave feminist who dreams of publishing a radical feminist magazine called “The Matriarchy Awakens.” Joyce finds it difficult to find traditional publishers so she teams up with Doug. Doug is a porn mogul who she would never choose to work with. The pair decided to rebrand “The Matriarchy awakens” as an erotic magazine.

“Minx,” streaming now


Starstruck (season two, March 24)

Starstruck (season two, March 24)

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After closing out its first season on a swoon-worthy cliffhanger, “Starstruck” is back for season two. Starring Rose Matafeo and Nikesh Patel, “Starstruck” follows the somewhat lost 20-something Jessie, who begins an almost-relationship with a movie star after a one night stand. The second season of “Starstruck” will continue right from the beginning: Jessie refusing to make major life changes for Tom. Ultimately, this grand gesture will not solve all of the odd couple’s problems, as you can see from the trailer. The new season of “Starstruck” arrives on HBO Max March 24.

“Starstruck,” streaming March 24


Everything coming to HBO Max this March:

March 1
The Aviator
Adaptation
All the Pretty Horses
Are We Done Yet?
Around the World in 80 Days
Blow Up of Blow-Up
Boyz n the Hood
Cameraperson
Diner
Fireboys
Fly Away Home
Gigi
Los Cronocrimenes (AKA Timecrimes) (HBO)
Mogul Mowgli
One Tree Hill
Resident Evil
Resident Evil: Afterlife
Resident Evil: Apocalypse
Resident Evil: Damnation
Resident Evil: Extinction
Resident Evil: Retribution
Starship Troopers 2: Hero of the Federation
Starship Troopers
Starsky & Hutch, 1975
The Larry David Story Part 1: American Jewboy, documentary premiere (HBO)
The Larry David Story Part 2: The Jewish Fountainhead, documentary premiere (HBO)
The Two Mrs. Carrolls
The World of Jacques Demy
The Young Girls Turn 25
Urban Legend
Welcome Back (Aka Bienvenidos) (HBO)

March 2
Blade I
Drive My Car
Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma
West Side Story, 2021 (HBO)

March 3
Gaming Wall Street, Max Original season 1 premiere
Little Ellen, Max Original season 2 premiere
Our Flag Means Death, Max Original season 1 premiere
The Tourist, Max Original season 1 premiere

March 4
El Planeta (HBO)
F9: The Fast Saga (HBO)
Goyo: En Letra De Otro (HBO)

March 6
Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty, series premiere (HBO)

March 7
Teen Titans Go!, season 7A premiere

March 8
Ruxx, Max Original season 1 premiere
Whose Line Is It Anyway?, seasons 1-8

March 10
Dune (HBO)
Juanpa + Chef, Max Original season 1 premiere
Sandy + Chef, Max Original season 1 premiere
Theodosia, Max Original season 1 premiere

March 12
Victor and Valentino, season 3A premiere

March 13
Game Theory with Bomani Jones, season 1 premiere (HBO)

March 14
Blade Runner: Black Lotus, season 1

March 15
Phoenix Rising Part 1 & 2, documentary premiere (HBO)

March 17
DMZ, Max Original season 1 premiere
Jellystone!, Max Original season 2 premiere
Minx, Max Original season 1 premiere

March 18
Halloween Kills (Extended Version) (HBO)
Lust, Max Original season 1 premiere
On My Way with Irina Rimes, Max Original premiere
Pseudo, premiere (HBO)
Vlad & Niki

March 20
Amsterdam, Max Original season 1 premiere

March 22
Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel (HBO)

March 23
Fists of Freedom: The Story Of The ’68 Summer Games

March 24
King Richard
One Perfect Shot, Max Original season 1 premiere
Queen Stars, Max Original season 1 premiere
Starstruck, Max Original season 2 premiere
Traffickers: Inside The Golden Triangle, Max Original season 1 premiere

March 25
Degrassi: The Next Generation
Lucas the Spider, Cartoonito Original season 1 premiere

March 31
Brene Brown: Atlas of the Heart, Max Original season 1 premiere
Julia, Max Original Season 1 premiere
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Oscar-nominated movies on HBO Max

With the 2022 Academy Awards right around the corner, now is a great time to catch up on all the nominated films. You can stream “Drive My Car”, “West Side Story” and “Nightmare Alley” as well as other nominee films on HBO Max.

Drive My Car

Drive My Car

Bitters End


A recently widowed stage actor needs someone to serve as his chauffeur, and a 20-year-old girl ends up being the perfect candidate. Drive My Car is about unlikely friendships and how they can continue living through their grief. Ryusuke Hayaguchi’s four-time Oscar nominee film is now in theatres.

“Drive My Car,” now streaming on HBO Max


Dune

Dune

Warner Bros. Pictures


Based on Frank Herbert’s classic science fiction saga of the same name, “Dune” follows Paul Atreides, a nobleman whose family is forced to relocate and rule the desert planet Arrakis — the most dangerous planet in the universe. The film stars Timothee Chalamet and Zendaya. It is also available for rent at Amazon Prime Video.

“Dune,” now streaming on HBO Max


Nightmare Alley

Nightmare Alley

Searchlight Pictures


This star-studded Guillermo del Toro flick follows a manipulative carny who studies under the carnival’s clairvoyant act before teaming with a psychiatrist to create his own mentalism show. The stars of “Nightmare Alleyā€¯ are Toni Collette and Richard Jenkins, Cate Blanchett, Cate Blanchett, Richard Jenkins, Richard Jenkins, Richard Jenkins, Richard Jenkins, and Toni Collette. You can stream the psychological thriller on HBO Max.

“Nightmare Alley,” streaming on HBO Max


West Side Story

West Side Story

20th Century Studios


Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of this Tony-award winning 1957 stage musical stars Rachel Zegler, Ansel Elgort, David Alvarez and the best supporting actress-nominated Ariana DeBose. You can stream “West Side Story” on Disney+ or HBO Max. This Oscar-nominated musical can still be seen in theatres.

“West Side Story,” now streaming on HBO Max


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