Are you ready for an adrenaline rush? Lionsgate Play ups the ante this March with a thrilling lineup that will keep you glued to your screens. Witness daring heists, confront supernatural forces, and join the hunt for dangerous criminals — these movies and series are guaranteed to hook you from start to finish. If you’re ready for action where everything’s on the line, buckle up for a wild ride with Lionsgate Play.

Here are Lionsgate Play’s top picks this month:

‘Bus 657’

Release date: March 1

Jeffrey Dean Morgan stars as Luke Vaughn, a dealer at an Alabama casino who badly needs money for his daughter’s operation. He goes to his boss, “The Pope” (Robert De Niro), to ask for a favor but gets turned down. As a last resort, he partners with a greedy co-worker (Dave Bautista), and together they hatch a plan to rob the casino. Cue guns, a bus hijacking, run-ins with the cops and local mobsters, and thrilling action sequences that will have viewers of this film rooted to their seats.


Release date: March 8

“Golda” is a biographical film that chronicles the life of Golda Meir (Helen Mirren), one of Israel’s most iconic leaders. As Prime Minister, Golda had to lead her nation through the Yom Kippur War in 1973, where they faced attacks from Egyptian and Syrian forces. Also known as the ‘Iron Lady of Israel,’ Golda’s determination and grit during one of the darkest chapters in Israel’s history solidified her as one of the most influential leaders in the world.

‘Senorita 89’ Season 2

Release date: March 15Following a dramatic first season, the glamorous Mexican telenovela is back to deliver more dark secrets from the world of beauty pageants. In Season 1, Isabel (Natasha Dupeyrón) was crowned queen, and Concepcion’s (Ilse Salas) luxurious La Encantada empire fell apart. With Season 2, the 90s are in full swing and Mexico’s two main television networks battle to impose a new queen. Senorita 89 promises to deliver even more riveting drama and intrigue about the cutthroat world of beauty pageants.

‘All I See is You’

Release date: March 15

Gina (Blake Lively) is a blind woman whose life slowly changes after she gets a corneal transplant and regains her sight. As she embraces her newfound independence, her husband, James (Jason Clarke), gets increasingly jealous and insecure. And the more Gina sees the world, the more she starts questioning everything she knows about herself and her marriage.


Release date: March 29

211 is the police code for a potential robbery in progress, exactly what Officer Mike Chandler (Nicholas Cage) and his partner stumble on during a routine patrol. With a troubled high school student under their care and the rest of the city policemen dispatched to investigate a bombing, Chandler has to rely on his wits and training to survive the ruthless criminals.

Here are more exciting content this March:

‘Manhunt: Unabomber’ Season 1

Release date: March 22

American drama anthology series “Manhunt: Unabomberis based on a fascinating true story about the FBI’s hunt for the infamous domestic terrorist known as the Unabomber. The story follows FBI profiler Jim Fitzgerald (Sam Worthington) who is tasked to track down the elusive Unabomber, Ted Kaczynski. What follows is eight episodes of a psychological game of cat-and-mouse and a captivating portrayal of one of the most notorious manhunts in U.S. history.

‘The Lost Room’

Release date: March 29

Miniseries “The Lost Room” follows Detective Joe Miller (Peter Krause), who stumbles on the key to a mysterious room and discovers it’s a supernatural portal to anywhere in the world. After his daughter, Anna, disappears into the room, a desperate Joe delves deeper into the room’s secrets and discovers a series of occult objects, each with a specific power. But while Joe wants to use the room’s powers to find his daughter, his quest is complicated by others who want to use the room for their own motives.

Mark your calendars for these titles coming to Lionsgate Play this March!