All The Best New Things To Be Added To Netflix In March

'Cause as the days get longer, so does the list of stuff on Netflix.

All The Best New Things To Be Added To Netflix In March

by Tara Lepore |
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How did we ever watch TV one episode at a time? And remember having to fast-forward the trailers on a DVD before getting to the MAIN MENU? Now, instead of spending ages looking for the remote, we can now spend our prep-time looking for the best snacks. Oh, Netflix. How we love thee. We’ve rounded up the best films and TV show coming to the streaming site in March, so you’ll never have an excuse to ever be bored again, ever. You can thank us later.


1. Groundhog Day

If you haven’t seen this already, I can't stress the importance of doing so enough. Groundhog Day is 102 minutes of Bill Murray perfection, where he lives out the same day over and over and over and ov… you get the picture. Murray plays TV weatherman Phil Connors, sent to the small town of Punxsutawney to report on the local groundhog’s annual weather prediction. It’s a classic film with a hard-to-place genre - is it a rom-com, a sci-fi or a fantasy? Whatever it is, it’s on Netflix now, and that’s all we really need to know.

1 March

2. Sustainable

Madalyn Murray O'Hair was hailed the 'most hated woman in America' by *Life *magazine in 1964 following a lawsuit where she got official Bible readings and prayer banned in public schools. The landmark court battle was only the start of a controversial lifestyle as an outspoken athiest and a 'militant feminist' in a particularly Christian country at the time. The new Netflix doc will span her early activist life to her mysterious abduction the 1990s, which ultimately ended in tragedy. There's no trailer as yet, but the above film will give you a taste of the story behind the divisive woman.

24 March


4. Amy Schumer: The Leather Special

Yay! Love is back after gracing our Netflix screens more than a year ago. The second season of this dorky rom-com feat. Gillian Jacobs follows unlikely couple Mickey and Gus through the first hurdles of their relationship, including some deeply-entrenched commitment issues (namely from unlucky-in-love-but-totally-loveable sex addict Mickey). The show, created by Judd Apatow (who also produced *Girls), *received rave reviews upon its release and you should definitely binge-watch the first season before 10 March. It'll be interesting to see where they take it from here, but we hope that Gillian's stylist was kept on for season 2, because Mickey's outfits were so seriously good.

10 March

6. Jane the Virgin, season 2

Jane the Virgin season 2 is finally hitting Netflix next month, despite its initial airing on Channel 4 a year ago. It's the story of a pregnant virgin living in Miami - a premise so ridiculous it completely works. If you're not already convinced, here are some more reasons why you should definitely tune in.

23 March

7. Grace & Frankie, season 3

OK, so the trailer doesn’t really give anything away (but kudos for the aesthetically-pleasing colour palette). This Netflix Original was a bit of a hit when it aired a couple of years back, thanks to the septuagenarian friendship goals from Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin. Grace & Frankie tells the story of an unlikely friendship between two (very different) women, when their respective husbands reveal that they've been in love with *each other *for years. It has multiple moments of tenderness that'll make your heart really *feel, *exploring the effects of a family's structural shake-up when your parents are in their 70s. If anything, the LA beach house is enough of a reason to buffer.

24 March

8. 13 Reasons Why, season 1

Based on the bestselling book Thirteen Reasons Why, this new Netflix Original series is set to be big. After a teenage girl's suicide, a classmate finds a series of tapes that unravel the mystery of her tragic choice. Pitched to the Netflix bosses by Selena Gomez herself, the singer worked on the project as an Executive Producer after her mum bought her the YA novel in 2009. Definitely one to bookmark.

31 March

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