Showtime subscribers are in for a treat in March. The premium cable channel and standalone subscription service is allowing viewers to feast their eyes on an extensive lineup coming this month.
And it is kicking things off early with the March 1 premiere of Fire Walk With Me, the prequel film of the popular original series Twin Peaks. Fans will also be able to catch up on season 1 and 2 of the series, as well as discover other David Lynch titles like Blue Velvet as part as a streaming collection dedicated to the director.
Other movies worth checking out include Enemy at the Gates, A Bronx Tale, and don't forget to tune in to new episodes of Homeland and Billions.
Subscribers can also stream American Jihad, the special that takes a look at Jihadism from a former Jihadists, as well as the television premiere of Disgraced, the documentary that examines the 2003 murder of Baylor University men's basketball player Patrick Dennehy.
The following titles are available on-air, on demand on Showtime Anytime and on Showtime's standalone streaming service.
Here's the complete list of new titles being added to Showtime in March.
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me
Enemy at the Gates
Pele: Birth of a Legend
Out of the Furnace
Perfect in '76
A Bronx Tale
Born to Be Blue
Homeland, Sundays at 9 p.m. ET
Billions, Sundays 10 p.m. ET
DOCUMENTARIES & COMEDY SPECIALS
SXSW Comedy with Natasha Leggero Part 2
David Lynch Collection: Blue Velvet, Lost Highway and Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me (Available 3/1-3/31)
Hoops Madness Collection: Dean Smith, Disgraced, Hoops U, ONE & DONE/Ben Simmons and Perfect in '76 (Available 3/10-4/17)
Coen Brothers Collection: Fargo, The Ladykillers and No Country for Old Men (Available 3/1-3/31)
Women Directors Collection: Hurt Locker, Love the Coopers, Tiny Furniture and What Women Want (Available 3/1-3/31)