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Here’s what’s new on HBO in March, and what’s going away

As winter begins to turn to spring, HBO will again bring new and exciting content to its lineup. The third month of 2018 will bring new episodes of popular shows, as well as numerous hit movies, to HBO. On the series front, the premium network offers fresh episodes of popular comedy series Silicon Valley, which will debut its fifth season in late March.

HBO also launches a compelling new comedy in Barry, a show about a low-rent hitman from the Midwest (played by Bill Hader) who falls in love with acting while working a job in Los Angeles. In terms of feature-length content, the streaming service will offer a couple compelling documentaries in addition to its fictional content, with a lengthy two-part look at the life of comedian Garry Shandling from director/funnyman Judd Apatow, and an intimate study of iconic playwright Arthur Miller. Non-documentary films that hit the service this month include classics like the first three Die Hard Films, as well as newer action films like Atomic Blonde and Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant.

As always, each passing month means some titles move from HBO’s inventory into the realms of memory and Blu-ray purchases (or onto other streaming platforms). Before March comes to a close, be sure to watch films like the Oscar-nominated historical drama Jackie and Tom Ford’s Nocturnal Animals. Read on for our list of the best new titles coming to HBO, and scroll on to the second page to see what’s going away. (Bolded titles signify films and shows we recommend.) Interested in what’s on other streaming services?

Be sure to check out what’s new on Amazon Prime and what’s new on Netflix. Get an HBO Subscription on: Amazon Video | DirecTV Now | Sling TV

Arriving in March

March 1

  • The Beguiled (1971)
  • Die Hard
  • Die Hard 2
  • Die Hard with a Vengeance
  • The French Connection
  • Friday the 13th
  • Hannibal
  • Ice Age
  • Incarnate
  • The Last Boy Scout
  • Mercury Rising
  • Observe and Report
  • Rock Star
  • Sgt.


  • She’s Out of My League
  • The Adventures of Ford Fairlane
  • The Silence of the Lambs
  • To Be or Not To Be
  • Undercover Brother
  • Wargames
  • Where the Wild Things Are
  • Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!

March 3

  • Alien: Covenant

March 8

  • Live By Night

March 10

  • My Cousin Rachel

March 17

  • The Beguiled (2017)

March 18

  • El Negocio (Season 4 premiere)

March 19

  • Arthur Miller: Writer

March 21

  • The Book of Henry

March 24

  • Atomic Blonde

March 25

  • Barry (Series premiere)
  • Silicon Valley (Season 5 premiere)

March 26

  • The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling (Part 1)

March 27

  • The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling (Part 2)

March 30

  • Entre Nos (Part 3)

March 31

  • Girls Trip

Leaving in March

March 31

  • About a Boy
  • Australia
  • Bean
  • Born on the Fourth of July
  • Death Race
  • Erin Brockovich
  • The Golden Compass
  • Hamlet 2
  • Jackass: The Movie
  • Jackie
  • Kinsey
  • Life with Mikey
  • Lucas
  • Nocturnal Animals
  • The Pink Panther
  • Platoon
  • Rules Don’t Apply
  • Suicide Squad
  • Wanted
  • White Flag

Want to know what HBO added and removed in February? Check out the lists below.

Arriving in February

February 1

  • The 9th Life of Louis Drax
  • Adam Sandler’s Eight Crazy Nights
  • Alien
  • Alien 3
  • Alien vs. Predator
  • Aliens
  • Amelia’s Closet
  • Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle
  • Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul
  • Diner
  • E.T. the Extra Terrestrial
  • Freaky Friday
  • Gema
  • Glory Road
  • The Hand That Rocks the Cradle
  • Johnson Family Vacation
  • Man on the Moon
  • National Security
  • Plaquemines
  • Predator
  • Predator 2
  • Romeo and Juliet
  • See You Yesterday
  • Scott Pilgrim Vs.

    The World

  • We Love Moses
  • West Side Story

February 2

  • 2 Dope Queens (four-part special)

February 3

February 7

  • Ouija: Origin of Evil

February 10

  • Wonder Woman

February 11

  • Here and Now (series premiere)

February 12

  • Atomic Homefront

February 17

February 19

  • Chumel Con Chumel Torres (season 3 premiere)
  • Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (season 5 premiere)

February 24

  • Notes from the Field

Leaving in February

February 24

  • Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

February 28

  • Almost Christmas
  • The Amityville Horror
  • Body of Lies
  • Changing Lanes
  • Coal Miner’s Daughter
  • The Conjuring 2
  • Fantastic Voyage
  • Frequency
  • Hacksaw Ridge
  • Hellboy II: The Golden Army
  • Hostage
  • Keeping Up with the Joneses
  • Loving
  • My Sister’s Keeper
  • Powder
  • The Princess Diaries
  • Serendipity
  • Sister Act
  • Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit
  • Stuart Little 2
  • Tango & Cash
  • Terminal Velocity
  • Tin Cup
  • Unbreakable

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All-female engineering team builds a solar-powered tent for the homeless

Leave it to the ladies to solve one of the most pressing issues in our society today — housing the homeless. An all-female team of high-school engineers from San Fernando High School in California have designed and created a solar-powered tent meant to protect the state’s homeless population from the elements. The 12 remarkable young women were brought together by DIY Girls, a nonprofit that trains ladies from low-income communities in engineering, math, and science.

While none of them had ever coded, soldered, sewn, or 3D printed before deciding to embark upon a mission to create this solar-powered tent, they quickly learned the necessary skills, and were awarded a £10,000 grant from the Lemelson-MIT Program to develop their invention. And this summer, the team will have the opportunity to present its tent at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology as part of the university’s young inventors conference. Thus far, there have been two prototypes of the tent made.

The first has been completely destroyed, as the team tested it thoroughly to ensure that it was tough enough to withstand the great outdoors. The dozen budding engineers took turns tearing at it with a knife, pouring water on it, and stomping on it. The women have spent six days of every week working on their project, even during school breaks, and as Mashable reports, “They often come home after hours of sewing to find loose needles falling off their clothes.”

But to these 12 team members, the hours of work are well worth it. The homeless population in San Fernando has burgeoned by 36 percent in one year alone, and there are now over 7,000 people living in the streets of the Los Angeles suburb. “Because we come from low-income families ourselves, we can’t give them money,” Daniela Orozco, a high school senior and team member told Mashable. But now, Orozco and her friends may be offering something even better than a few dollars.

But aside from its potential to help the homeless, the tent has also opened new doors of possibility for the young engineers. “You’re learning new things you’ve never even heard of or even thought of,” Chelly Chavez, who learned the C++ programming language to improve the tent told Mashable.

And as Paola Valtierra noted, “[There are] only two junior girls in our AP calculus class, which has way more guys than girls.

But we’re gonna change that.”

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