The start of a new month also means the arrival of a whole new batch of titles to Netflix. The streamer is adding a slew of movies and TV shows in the coming weeks, including several new original movies and its latest Marvel series, Iron Fist. Below, check out a rundown of all the new Netflix releases coming this March.
Blazing Saddles (1974): A satirical Western comedy starring Gene Wilder and Cleavon Little.
Chicago (2002): The musical based on the 1926 play of the same name.
Friday After Next (2002): A stoner comedy starring Ice Cube and Mike Epps.
Midnight in Paris (2011): A screenwriter travels back in time each night at midnight in this Woody Allen-directed rom-com.
Nacho Libre (2006): A sports comedy loosely based on the story of Fray Tormenta, a real-life priest who had a 23 year career as a masked luchador.
Slums of Beverly Hills (1998): A teen girl struggles to grow up in the late 1970s in a lower middle class Jewish family that moves every few months.
This Is Spinal Tap (1984): A rock music mockumentary portraying the fictional British heavy metal band, Spinal Tap.
Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny (2006): A rock musical black comedy film about rock duo Tenacious D.
The Waterboy (1998): A sports comedy starring Adam Sandler, Kathy Bates, Fairuza Balk, and Henry Winkler.
Must Love Dogs (2005): The rom-com based on the 2002 novel of the same name, starring Diane Lane and John Cusack.
Spider (2007): An Australian black comedy short film directed by Nash Edgerton.
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988): Set in Hollywood during the late 1940s, this fantasy comedy explores an alternative timeline where animated characters really exist.
The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou (2004): Bill Murray stars as an eccentric oceanographer who sets out to exact revenge on the “jaguar shark” that ate his partner.
Memento (2000): A man searches for his wife’s murderer while also attempting to overcome his short-term memory loss.
Singing with Angels (2016): Faced with a crossroads in her life, Aubrey reflects on her experiences since joining the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
Safe Haven (2013): A woman with a mysterious past lands in Southport, North Carolina where her growing bond with a widower forces her to confront her own dark secrets.
Hands of Stone (2016): This biographical sports drama follows as the legendary Roberto Durán and his equally legendary trainer Ray Arcel change each other’s lives
Thithi (2015): In a remote village in South India, three generations of sons react to the death of Century Gowda, their 101-year-old grandfather.
The Boss’s Daughter (2016): A French romance film starring Olivier Loustau and Christa Théret.
Million Dollar Baby (2004): An under-appreciated boxing trainer seeks atonement by helping an underdog amateur boxer achieve her dream of becoming a professional.
Come and Find Me (2016): When his girlfriend goes missing, David must track down her whereabouts after he realizes she’s not who she was pretending to be
Ali and Nino (2016): A love story of a Muslim Azerbaijani boy and a Christian Georgian girl in Baku from 1918 to 1920.
Another Forever (2016): The story of someone whose sorrow is so profound that they transport to somewhere far away.
Welcome to New York (2015): A French diplomat lives the high life during time spent in New York City, but his shenanigans and treatment of women eventually catch up to him.
The Square (2008): A married man begins a dangerous liaison with a woman who steals a large amount of cash from her husband.
USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage (2016): The story of a group of real life American heroes who got shipwrecked in shark infested waters toward the end of World War II.
The Craft (1996): A new student at a Catholic prep high school falls in with a trio of girls who practice witchcraft.
Evolution (2015): A young boy begins to question the practices of a remote island, which is inhabited solely by women and boys and where the latter is subjected to strange medical treatment.
FirstBorn (2016): A young couple’s lives are turned upside down when the birth of their first child is accompanied by terrifying entities.
Jurassic Park (1993): A theme park suffers a major power breakdown that allows its cloned dinosaur exhibits to run free.
The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997): A sequel to the 1993 original.
Jurassic Park III (2001): The third installment in the Jurassic Park film series.
Pete’s Dragon (2016): The adventures of an orphaned boy named Pete and his best friend Elliot, who just so happens to be a dragon.
The BFG (2016): A young girl encounters the Big Friendly Giant who turns out to be a kind-hearted soul, despite his intimidating appearance.
Kung Fu Panda (2008): A bumbling panda named Po aspires to be a kung fu master.
Coraline (2009): An adventurous girl finds a door in her home that leads to a parallel world, unaware that the other world contains a dark and sinister secret.
Netflix Original movies
Burning Sands: A promising student opens his eyes to some hard truths when his fraternity’s hazing escalates into a disastrous hell night.
Deidra & Laney Rob a Train: After their mother ends up in jail, two sisters turn to train robbery in order to support their family.
Pandora: When an earthquake hits a Korean village housing a run-down nuclear power plant, a man risks his life to save the country from disaster.
The Most Hated Woman in America: A drama following the controversial life of outspoken atheist Madalyn Murray O’Hair, from her landmark court battles to her infamous abduction.
The Discovery: When a scientist’s research proves the afterlife exists, it prompts a rash of suicides and creates a rift with his son.
Deep Run (2015): A powerful portrait of trans life in rural North Carolina.
Impossible Dreamers (2017): An inspirational documentary that follows a number of senior athletes, ranging between the age of 60 and 94.
Let There Be Light (1946): The final entry in a trilogy of films produced for the U.S. government by John Huston.
Nazi Concentration Camps (1945): Produced and presented as evidence at the Nuremberg war crimes trial of Hermann Göring and 20 other Nazi leaders.
Crossfire Hurricane (2012): Legendary British rock band The Rolling Stones mark their 50th year together.
San Pietro (1945): A documentary movie about the Battle of San Pietro, in a small village in Italy.
Sustainable (2016): A documentary film investigating America’s impending food crisis.
The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress (1944): A film that provides an account of the final mission of the crew of the Memphis Belle, a Boeing B-17. The plane became the first U.S. Army heavy bomber to complete 25 missions over Europe and return to the United States.
The Negro Soldier (1944): The history of and contributions made by black Americans in the armed forces from the Revolutionary War to the 1940s.
Thunderbolt (1947): A portrait of the American aerial operations of Operation Strangle in World War II.
Tunisian Victory (1944): A Anglo-American propaganda film about the victories in the North Africa Campaign.
Notes on Blindness (2016): Writer and theologian John Hull documents his experiences as he loses his vision.
Naledi: A Baby Elephant’s Tale (2016): The true story of a baby elephant born into a rescue camp in the Botswana wilderness.
Fire at the Sea (2016): A deeply moving portrait of the Mediterranean island of Lampedusa and the humanitarian crisis occurring in the seas around it.
The Student Body (2017): When a brave high school student takes a stand against state-mandated BMI tests of her peers, she finds herself in a heated national controversy.
GLOW: The Story of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling (2012): A documentary chronicling the rise and fall of the first ever all-female wrestling show.
Angry Birds: Season 2 (2013): The sophomore season of the animated TV series based on Rovio’s video game franchise.
Dirt Every Day: Season 1 (2013): A show about off road adventures and the trucks, Jeeps, buggys, and machines that go there.
Epic Drives: Season 2 (2015): An auto expert embarks on road trips in some of the world’s coolest cars.
Head 2 Head: Season 2 (2013): A TV show for car enthusiasts that compares new vehicles against each other in a head to head comparison.
Hot Rod Unlimited: Season 1 (2013): The show takes on subjects as varied as those found in Hot Rod magazine.
Ignition: Season 1 (2013): A show about the Rogue Rally, a super car rally across 2,800 kilometers of South Africa’s best roads.
Kate & Mim-Mim: Season 2 (2015): Kate and her stuffed toy friends use their imaginations to go on wild and incredible adventures.
Roadkill: Season 2 (2013): The automotive adventure show starring David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan of Hot Rod Network.
Greenleaf: Season 1 (2016): Oprah Winfrey produces and stars in this OWN drama, about the world of the Greenleaf family and their Memphis mega-church.
Señora Acero: Season 3 (2016): A telenovela from Telemundo, starring Carolina Miranda.
The Vampire Diaries: Season 8 (2016): The final season of The CW’s veteran supernatural drama.
El Reemplazante: Season 1–2 (2012): A story that revolves around an important businessman who shifts his career and goes to work as a teacher.
How to Get Away with Murder: Season 3 (2016): The third season of ABC’s hit mystery thriller, starring Viola Davis.
Better Call Saul: Season 2 (2016): Bob Odenkirk returns as lawyer Jimmy McGill in this Breaking Bad prequel.
Archer: Season 7 (2016): The latest season of FX’s adult animated spy sitcom.
Life in Pieces: Season 1 (2015): The CBS sitcom chronicling the lives of three generations of the Short family as they go about their daily lives in Los Angeles.
Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life: Season 1 (2016): The one and only season of Fox’s comedy, following a group of 20-somethings as they try to figure out what life is about.
Rosewood: Season 1 (2015): Morris Chestnut stars as a private pathologist working in Miami in this Fox police procedural.
The Carmichael Show: Season 1–2 (2015): Set in Charlotte, North Carolina, the NBC sitcom follows a fictional version of comedian Jerrod Carmichael’s family.
Netflix Original TV shows
Buddy Thunderstruck: Season 1: Follow the outrageous adventures of Buddy, a truck-racing dog who brings guts and good times to the town of Greasepit.
Love: Season 2: The sophomore season of the Judd Apatow-produced comedy.
One More Time: Season 1
Beau Séjour: Season 1: A girl wakes up in a hotel room and finds her own dead body in the bathtub. She tries to solve her own murder but realizes that nobody except five people can see her.
Julie’s Greenroom: Season 1: Julie Andrews educates kids on theater life, with the help of puppets.
Marvel’s Iron Fist: Season 1: Finn Jones stars as Daniel Rand, the latest Marvel hero to get his own solo series.
Samurai Gourmet: Season 1: The live action series is based on Masayuki Kusumi’s essay and the manga of the same title.
Bottersnikes and Gumbles: Season 2: The animated series follows the good-natured Gumbles as they work for the common good and their selfish neighbors, the Bottersnikes.
Felipe Neto: My Life Makes No Sense: Season 1
Grace and Frankie: Season 3: Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin return as Grace and Frankie in the third season of the comedy.
Ingobernable: Season 1: An upcoming Mexican political drama starring Kate del Castillo.
13 Reasons Why: Season 1: A teen discovers cassette tapes recorded by Hannah Baker — his classmate and crush — who committed suicide two weeks earlier.
Bordertown: Season 1: An animated series that follows the connection between Border Patrol Agent Bud Buckwald and his neighbor, Ernesto Gonzalez.
Dinotrux: Season 4: Half dinosaur, half construction truck, Ty Rux comes face-to-face with evil D Structs.
Five Came Back: A three-part Netflix docuseries based on Mark Harris’ book of the same name.
Trailer Park Boys: Season 11: This Canadian mockumentary series follows the trailer park residents Ricky, Bubbles and Julian as they plan capers and get-rich-quick schemes.
Netflix Original stand-up specials
Amy Schumer: The Leather Special: The comedian shares her opinions on dating, sex, and the price of fame in this special, recorded in November 2016 at the Bellco Theater in Denver.
Jim Norton: Mouthful of Shame: A stand-up comedy special starring comedian Jim Norton.
Jo Koy: Live From Seattle: An exclusive taping of the Seattle show of Jo Koy’s latest comedy tour.
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