All The Best Things Coming To Netflix In March

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All The Best Things Coming To Netflix In March

by Jazmin Kopotsha |
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Try as we might to get up, go out and do things out in the IRL world, most days right now, when it's cold and grey, all roads lead back to Netflix. We’re hooked and it’s a little bit terrifying just how much time we spend trapped in a late-night binge holes. But if we’re going to succumb to Netflix ruling our lives and taking over the world, we may as well be watching something good.

We're really not into the endless scrolling through abstract titles, hoping to land on something attention-worthy. It sucks the fun out of watching TV in the first place, the dinner you prepared to eat alongside a show is invariably cold by the time you find something and, what if you end up watching something rubbish? Well, it's a risk we're not willing to take.

Which is why we've done the dirty work for you and searched through the big ol' list of Netflix's incoming titles to let you know what to look out for. We've found the high school sitcom that'll devour in one sitting, a documentary about an incredible young woman's journey to archery championships and the *Ex-Machina *follow up staring Natalie Portman.


The Debrief Netflix March 2018

On My Block1 of 8

1. On My Block

Available 16 March

Annihilation2 of 8

2. Annihilation

Available 12 March

Jessica Jones3 of 8

3. Jessica Jones, Season 2

Available 8 March

Rapture4 of 8

4. Rapture

Available 30 March

My Next Guest Needs No Introduction: Malala Yousafzai5 of 8

5. My Next Guest Needs No Introduction: Malala Yousafzai

Available 9 March

Whiplash6 of 8

6. Whiplash

Available 31 March

Ladies First7 of 8

7. Ladies First

Available 8 March

Whitney: Can I Be Me8 of 8

8. Whitney: Can I Be Me

Available 3 March

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This article originally appeared on The Debrief.

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