All 92 Movies & TV Shows Leaving Max This Month
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All 92 Movies & TV Shows Leaving Max This Month


  • Max regularly cycles content in and out, with March 2024 seeing over 50 movies leaving the service on March 31.
  • Titles exiting on specific days include Elvis, 12 oz. Mouse, Relaxing Old Footage, Hit & Run, 12 more on March 1-7.
  • Popular movies like The Grey, The Banshees of Inisherin, Amsterdam, and many comedic favorites are set to depart Max.



The streaming service Max offers a vast content library of TV shows and movies, as well as original programming, and in January, like every month, the service is losing some of its offerings. Max includes content from several brands, such as HBO, Warner Bros., Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, DC, and Max Originals. After the April 2022 merger between WarnerMedia and Discovery, Inc., the streaming service was relaunched as Max on May 23, 2023.

Every month, Max brings on new movies and TV shows to add to its content library, and every month, some are taken away. In March 2024, movies and TV shows are disappearing from Max throughout the month, with most leaving on the final day. Often, Max removes movies in a franchise or series at the same time, but there are also plenty of standalone movies that will disappear soon as well. The clock is ticking on certain TV and movie titles and those interested should sign on in order not to miss anything.


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March 1

Two Elvis Projects

  • Elvis (2022)
  • Just a Boy from Tupelo: Bringing Elvis to the Big Screen (2023)

Both Elvis and Just a Boy from Tupelo: Bringing Elvis to the Big Screen leave Max on March 1. Elvis is a biographical drama directed by Baz Luhrmann, which explores the life and career of the legendary rock and roll icon Elvis Presley, with Austin Butler delivering a transformative performance. The film delves into Presley’s complex relationship with his enigmatic manager, Colonel Tom Parker (Tom Hanks), highlighting the highs and lows of Elvis’s fame against the backdrop of America’s evolving cultural landscape.

March 5

An Adult Swim Animation About A Drunk Mouse

12 oz Mouse

12 oz. Mouse leaves Max on March 5. The animated series is known for its surreal, often nonsensical humor and minimalist animation style. The show revolves around Mouse Fitzgerald, a mouse struggling with alcoholism who gets involved in espionage, conspiracy, and absurd adventures in a disjointed, mysterious world.

March 6

A Quarantine Comedy Special

A shot of the sea in Relaxing Old Footage with Joe Pera

  • Relaxing Old Footage with Joe Pera (Quarantine Special) (2020)

Relaxing Old Footage with Joe Pera will be removed from Max on March 6. The special is a unique television special featuring comedian Joe Pera as he provides soothing narration over vintage footage, aiming to create a calming viewing experience.

March 7

An Underrated Bradley Cooper Comedy

Bradley Cooper wearing yellow sunglasses in Hit & Run

The Bradley Cooper movie Hit & Run will be taken off Max on March 7. Hit & Run is an action-comedy co-directed by Dax Shepard and David Palmer, featuring Shepard in the lead role alongside Kristen Bell and Bradley Cooper. The story follows a former getaway driver who breaks out of the Witness Protection Program to drive his girlfriend to Los Angeles, only to be chased by federal agents and his former criminal gang.


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March 11

Five Own Spotlights

Angela Bassett with Oprah and an Academy Award

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  • Own Spotlight: Oprah & Taraji P. Henson (OWN)

On March 11, five entries in Oprah’s OWN Spotlight series will be removed. Oprah’s OWN Spotlight series is a collection of in-depth conversations and interviews hosted by Oprah Winfrey on the OWN network, focusing on critical issues, personal stories, and cultural moments with influential figures and everyday people.

March 12

An Instant Classic Award-Winning Dramedy

  • The Banshees of Inisherin (2022)

The Banshees of Inisherin will no longer be available on Max on March 12. The Banshees of Inisherin is a dark comedy-drama film directed by Martin McDonagh, set on a remote Irish island during the 1920s, focusing on the crumbling friendship between two lifelong friends, played by Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson. This poignant narrative weaves themes of isolation, existential crisis, and the complexities of human relationships against the backdrop of Ireland’s rugged landscape.

March 14

A Quirky 15-Minute Adult Swim Comedy

A man dressed as the devil in Infomercials

  • Infomercials (2020 Additional Episodes)

Infomercials will leave Max on March 14. Adult Swim’s Infomercials is an innovative programming block that parodies the format of actual infomercials, presenting a range of surreal, bizarre, and often hilarious short films and mock commercials. These unique and creative segments, which air during late-night slots, are known for their unpredictability and ability to blend satire, dark humor, and absurdity.

March 15

A Harrowing Liam Neeson Drama

Liam Neeson fighting a wolf in The Grey

On March 15, the epic Liam Neeson movie The Grey leaves Max. The Grey is a brutal winter movie that follows a group of oil rig workers stranded in the Alaskan wilderness after a plane crash, with Neeson’s character, a skilled huntsman, leading the survivors against a pack of relentless wolves.

March 19

A Star-Studded Period Drama

David O. Russell’s Amsterdam leaves Mac on March 19. Along with Amsterdam’s star-studded cast, the film weaves a complex narrative set in the 1930s that follows three friends who become embroiled in a shocking murder conspiracy that uncovers historical truths. Featuring an ensemble cast including Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, and John David Washington, the film blends elements of mystery, humor, and historical fiction to explore themes of loyalty, friendship, and the pursuit of justice.

March 20

Bob Costas’s Sports Show

Bob Costas hosts back on the Record

  • Back on the Record with Bob Costas, Season 1-2 (HBO Original)

Back on the Record with Bob Costas leaves Max on March 20. The sports talk show features veteran sportscaster Bob Costas as he returns to the network to host in-depth interviews with some of the biggest names in sports, culture, and entertainment. The show also includes roundtable discussions and Costas’s insights on topical sports issues.

March 29

An Adult Swim Short Film

A googly-eyed alien in Opal

  • Jack Stauber’s Opal (2020)

March 29 will see the exit of Jack Stauber’s Opal. Opal is an innovative animated short film that delves into the eerie and fantastical world of a young girl exploring a mysterious, haunted house across the street from her home. Through its unique blend of surreal animation and haunting music, Stauber crafts a compelling narrative that explores themes of isolation, fear, and the longing for understanding within a visually rich and emotionally resonant landscape.

March 30

Christian Bale with a camera in The Promise

The Christian Bale-starring movie The Promise leaves Mac on March 30. The Promise is a historical drama set during the final days of the Ottoman Empire, focusing on a love triangle between a medical student, a sophisticated woman, and a photojournalist amid the Armenian Genocide. Directed by Terry George, the film aims to shed light on this tragic chapter of history through its poignant narrative and compelling performances.

March 31

Max Loses 50+ Movies

  • A Day in the Country (1946)
  • Across the Universe (2007)
  • The Animal (2001)
  • The Answer Man (2009)
  • The Benchwarmers (2006)
  • The Big Wedding (2013)
  • Buffy The Vampire Slayer (1992)
  • Cesar Chavez (2014)
  • Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)
  • Citizen Kane (1941)
  • Class Action (1991)
  • A Clockwork Orange (1971)
  • Control Room (2004)
  • Coraline (2009)
  • The Cranes Are Flying (1957)
  • Drive Me Crazy (1999)
  • Dumb and Dumber To (2014)
  • Dutch (1991)
  • Evan Almighty (2007)
  • Fast Food Nation (2006)
  • Firestorm (1998)
  • Full Metal Jacket (1987)
  • George Stevens: A Filmmaker’s Journey (1984)
  • Ghost (1990)
  • The Golden Child (1986)
  • Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay (2008)
  • Harriet The Spy (1996)
  • Horrible Bosses (2011)
  • Horrible Bosses 2 (2014)
  • I Was a Teenage Zombie (1987)
  • In Vanda’s Room (2000)
  • Ismael’s Ghosts (2018)
  • Jennifer’s Body (2009)
  • Johnny Dangerously (1984)
  • Late August, Early September (1998)
  • Lean On Me (1989)
  • The Legend of Bagger Vance (2000)
  • The Lego Movie (2014)
  • Life As We Know It (2010)
  • Major Barbara (1941)
  • Millennium (1989)
  • Mon Oncle D’Amerique (1980)
  • My Life as a Dog (1985)
  • The Naked Kiss (1964)
  • Pépé le Moko (1937)
  • Pootie Tang (2001)
  • Post Grad (2009)
  • The Pyramid (2014)
  • Return of the Scarlet Pimpernel (1937)
  • Revolutionary Road (2009)
  • The Rise of Catherine the Great (1934)
  • Rita, Sue and Bob Too (1987)
  • Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993)
  • Rookie of the Year (1993)
  • Se7en (1995)
  • Six Days, Seven Nights (1998)
  • Smallfoot (2018)
  • The Soloist (2009)
  • Strange Days (1995)
  • Sunset Strip (2000)
  • Superman/Batman: Public Enemies (2009)
  • Taken 3 (2015)
  • Tanner ’88 (1988)
  • Teen Wolf (1985)
  • Teen Wolf Too (1987)
  • Traffik (2018)
  • Un Gallo Con Muchos Huevos (Aka A Brave Little Rooster) (2015)
  • Unfaithfully Yours (1984)
  • Upgrade (2018)
  • The Verdict (1982)
  • A Walk In The Woods (2015)
  • Wedding Crashers (2005)
  • Whose Streets? (2017)
  • Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory (1971)
  • Winter’s Bone (2010)

The last day of the month is usually when Max removes the majority of its titles and that is the case once again in March. March 31 will see over 50 titles being removed with several of them being major draws for potential Max subscribers. Interestingly, though Wonka is being added to Max in March, both the 1971’s Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory and 2005’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory are being removed from the streaming service. Additionally, other family movies, including The Lego Movie and Coraline, are also being removed.

March 31 is a dark day for comedy movies on Max too, as a number of popular comedies are being taken away from subscribers, Dumb & Dumber To, the Horrible Bosses series, Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay, Robin Hood: Men in Tights, and many other comedies will no longer be available on the streaming service. Fans of Stanley Kubrick will also be disappointed to see that both Full Metal Jacket and A Clockwork Orange are both being removed from Max on March 31 too.

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