HBO Now: What’s Leaving in March, 2019?

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HBO/Logo HBO is bringing a plethora of new films and documentaries to the streaming service next month.

HBO Now is bringing out a host of new movies and shows for the month of March, and viewers are excited to start binge watching the newest selection of documentaries, classic films and TV series on the streaming service.

However, the streaming service is also removing several shows, movies and documentaries throughout the month as well. We hate signing in and finding out our favorite movies and shows (that have been available forever) are suddenly gone from the service, so Heavy wanted to give readers a chance to catch up on favorite shows before they’re gone. Luckily there aren’t nearly as many movies leaving as there are coming out.

Here’s everything that’s leaving HBO Now and HBO Go in March:


March 24

  • Knight and Day (Alternate Version)
  • Vampires Suck (Extended Version)

March 25

  • Taken (Unrated Version)

March 26

  • Fantastic Mr. Fox

March 31

    • Being John Malkovich
    • Blow
    • The Boy Downstairs
    • The Brothers McMullen
    • Cool Runnings
    • Darkest Hour
    • Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat
    • Fargo
    • The Fabulous Baker Boys
    • Goodfellas
    • House of 1000 Corpses
    • House of the Dead
    • Inherent Vice
    • Justice League
    • The King and I
    • Liar Liar
    • Maverick
    • Mickey Blue Eyes
    • Murder at 1600
    • Murder on the Orient Express
    • Operation Dumbo Drop
    • Public Enemies
    • Reno 911: Miami
    • Ronin
    • Rupture
    • The Shape of Water
    • Sleight
    • Spy Kids
    • Super Troopers
    • Taking Woodstock
    • The Tale of Despereaux
    • Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
    • Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride
    • Underworld (Unrated Version)
    • Without a Trace
    • Wrong Turn 2: Dead End (Unrated Version)
    • Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings (Unrated Version)
    • Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines (Unrated Version)

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