The first month of spring on HBO Max: among the premieres, the series “The Regime” with Kate Winslet and “Wonka”

In March, HBO Max is where you get all the content you need! In addition to thousands of hours of quality content, the first month of spring brings you an extra 20 movies, 8 series, 2 documentaries, 3 children's titles and much more on HBO Max.

Timothée Chalamet in “Wonka”. Now on the big screen in “Dune”


March is the month of flowers and chocolates, so HBO Max is celebrating with 'Wonka' and 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'! “Wonka” premiered in theaters at the end of the year, and will now be available exclusively on HBO Max from March 8. Based on the extraordinary character at the center of 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory', Roald Dahl's most iconic work, the film tells the miraculous story of how the world's greatest inventor, magician and chocolatier became the beloved Willy Wonka who- we know it today.

Also on HBO Max on March 8 is Aristotle and Dante Uncovering the Secrets of the Universe, a film about the friendship between two lonely Mexican-American teenagers in El Paso, 1987, which explores a new, unusual relationship and the difficult road to self-discovery.

In the Romanian production “Tigru”, which will be on HBO Max on March 22, we meet Vera, a veterinarian at a zoo in a small town, who has a nervous breakdown and causes the release of a tiger.

Other movies coming to HBO Max in March include: “After Earth,” “Northern Comfort,” “Dunkirk,” “Inception,” “Interstellar”, “Tenet”, “The Prestige”, “Call me by your name”, “Encounter in the Third Degree ” (“Close Encounters of the Third Kind”), “Godzilla” (1998), “Hellboy” (2004), “Ultimul Vermeer” (“The Last Vermeer”) or “Crime la indigo” (“Copycat”).


Kate Winslet, the new strong woman in the HBO series

Kate Winslet, the new strong woman in the HBO series

Kate Winslet becomes Chancellor Elena Vernham in “The Regime”! Starring the Oscar® and Emmy® winner, this darkly humorous six-episode political miniseries tells the story of a year spent inside the palace walls of a modern authoritarian regime as it begins to unravel. Leader of a fictional nation in 'Middle Europe', Chancellor Elena Vernham (Kate Winslet) hasn't left the palace for some time… and has become increasingly paranoid and unstable. Elena, mourning the death of her father and facing a political partnership with the US, finds an unusual confidante in Herbert Zubak (Matthias Schoenaerts), an unstable soldier recently involved in a violent protest. “The Regime” will be on HBO Max on March 4.

On March 14, HBO Max brings a new series: “The Girls on the Bus”. Inspired by a chapter of the bestseller “Chasing Hillary,” written by former New York Times correspondent Amy Chozick, the series is a comedy-drama about four female journalists who follow a series of flawed presidential candidates while finding friendship, love and scandal. The action of the series will focus on the lives and relationships of these journalists.

And that's not all. HBO Max also brings Season 2 of “Royal Crackers” on March 1 (a former snack conglomerate, largely run by the Hornsby family, is now trying to survive. With the family patriarch immobilized, they will do anything to have a successful business.); on March 14 it's time for “A New Beginning” (“Found”) (Gabi Mosley and her crisis management team make sure someone is always dealing with missing and forgotten people.); the first season of “Casa Grande” on March 27 (the series explores the dramatic and disturbing truth about the attraction of immigrants to America. What are they willing to endure for the American dream?).


On March 1, HBO Max brings “Pianoforte,” an original documentary from Poland. Out of 160 participants, only 10 will reach the finals of the International Chopin Piano Competition. The documentary “Pianoforte” features an eclectic group of young musicians from around the world who have been preparing from an early age for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

On March 6, “A Revolution on Canvas” is happening on HBO Max. The documentary examines the mystery of the disappearance of over 100 paintings by modern Iranian artist Nickzad Nodjoumi.

For the children

“Ninjago: Dragons Rising” (“Ninjago: Dragons Rising”) comes to HBO Max on …. March. After a cataclysm changes their world, Ninjas old and new must work together to save all the kingdoms from power-hungry villains.

Also in March, HBO Max also brings “Mr. Peabody and Sherman' and season 5 of 'Craig and the Grove'.