Here's Everything Coming To Netflix In March

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Ah, Netflix. What would we do without thee? (Er, maybe read that Gabriel Garcia Marquez book we've been carrying around?) Realistically, though, we'd probably just mope about and rehash our favorite tv shows. Lucky for us, though, the streaming site isn't going anywhere. In fact, Netflix, like a living thing, molts once a month. It sheds a layer of its entertainment treasure chest in order to make way for even more delights.
March will see the arrival of more than a few entertainment gems. Most notably, Jurassic Park and its siblings The Lost World: Jurassic Park and Jurassic Park III will grace our screens next month. Steven Spielberg dinosaur flicks aside, the monthly renaissance will feature more than a few iconoclastic films — This Is Spinal Tap, anyone? (The mind-fuck movie Memento will also make an appearance.)
With these renewals, Netflix often provides a healthy dose of cinema history as well. In February, the site offered a series of Black-helmed films from the turn of the century. This month, they're providing never-before-seen documentaries and propaganda films from World War II.
Then, of course, there are the Netflix originals. The streaming site tends to be coy about these arrivals, so it's always difficult to know which ones we should anticipate. But there's one thing that should be universally delighting: The third season of Grace and Frankie will arrive on March 24.
Ahead, find all the new releases that Netflix will bestow upon us next month. Finish up your current binge-watch of The 100 now — there's more TV to watch!
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Angry Birds: Season 2 (2013)

Because one season of fluffy, disgruntled birds simply isn’t enough.

Available March 1
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Blazing Saddles (1974)

Honor the tragic loss of Gene Wilder by watching his 1974 Mel Brooks-helmed star vehicle.

Available March 1
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Chicago (2002)

The film version of this Kander and Ebb musical won the Oscar for Best Picture in 2002.

Available March 1
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Deep Run (2015)

Susan Sarandon produced this 2015 documentary about a transgender man in rural North Carolina.

Available March 1
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Dirt Every Day: Season 1 (2013)

This online series about dirty trucks — yes, dirty trucks — moves to Netflix.

Available March 1
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Epic Drives: Season 2 (2015)

The series title says it all: the drives will be epic. The cars will be cool, and the wheels will be radical.

Available March 1
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Friday After Next (2002)

This Christmas movie-cum-stoner comedy stars Mike Epps and Ice Cube.

Available March 1
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Head 2 Head: Season 2 (2013)

Cars face off in this comparison series by the Motor Trend YouTube channel.

Available March 1
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Hot Rod Unlimited: Season 1 (2013)

Expect infinite amounts of cool wheels in this Motor Trend series.

Available March 1
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Ignition: Season 1 (2013)

No remixes to be found here — just brand new cars revving their engines.

Available March 1
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Impossible Dreamers (2016)

This film documents the trials of a group of senior athletes.

Available March 1
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Jurassic Park (1993)

Just in time for the sequel to Jurassic World, Netflix lends a refresher on the original films.

Available March 1
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Jurassic Park III (2003)

In 2003, we thought we saw the end of the dinosaur franchise. (This was it.)

Available March 1
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Kate & Mim-Mim: Season 2 (2015)

This animated television series tells the tale of Kate, 5, and her bunny Mim-Mim.

Available March 1
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Know Your Enemy: Japan (1945)

This anti-Japanese propaganda film is a relic from the first half of the twentieth century.

Available March 1
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Kung Fu Panda (2008)

The large mammal-cum-martial artist earns his Kung Fu chops in the original film.

Available March 1
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Let There Be Light (1946)

This World War II documentary chronicles the emotional trauma of World War II soldiers.

Available March 1
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Memento (2000)

Ah, the fuckboy of all mind-fuck movies! Memento, directed by Christopher Nolan, doesn't benefit from a synopsis. Just watch the film.

Available March 1
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Midnight In Paris (2011)

Woody Allen’s ode to Parisian nightlife in days of yore will always be a classic.

Available March 1
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Nacho Libre (2006)

Jack Black is a wrestler in what looks like giant red granny panties in this comedy.

Available March 1
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Nazi Concentration Camps (1946)

This documentary footage was shown at the Nuremburg Trials as evidence of war crimes during World War II.

Available March 1
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Roadkill: Season 2 (2013)

Yet another automobile-centered series from Motor Trends.

Available March 1
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Rolling Stones: Crossfire Hurricane (2012)

The year 2012 marked 50 years of the Rolling Stones — this movie celebrates the band’s accomplishments.

Available March 1
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San Pietro (1946)

This short documentary gives the tale of a town in Italy called San Pietro.

Available March 1
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Singing With Angels (2016)

This faith-based film follows Aubrey as she navigates her life as a member of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.

Available March 1
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Sustainable (2016)

This food documentary explores issues of sustainability.

Available March 1
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Slums Of Beverly Hills (1998)

Natasha Lyonne stars in this tale of poverty on the outskirts of Los Angeles.

Available March 1
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The Craft (1996)

Girls at Catholic school go rogue and start casting spells.

Available March 1
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This Is Spinal Tap (1984)

Christopher Guest's movie brilliantly spoofs music-centric documentaries.

Available March 1
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Tenacious D In The Pick Of Destiny (2006)

It seems that March is ushering in an era of Jack Black movies on Netflix.

Available March 1
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The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997)

Ah, the first of what would be many sequels to Jurassic Park.

Available March 1
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The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress (1944)

This World War II documentary is reportedly an account of the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress, a bomber plane.

Available March 1
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The Negro Soldier (1944)

This documentary served as propaganda during World War II — it was meant to convince Black Americans to enlist in the army.

Available March 1
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Thunderbolt (1947)

Follow the journey of World War II fighter plane P-47 Thunderbolt in this documentary.

Available March 1
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Tunisian Victory (1944)

The U.S. Army Signal Corps filmed this particular World War II documentary — one of the many WWII documentaries to be released this month.

Available March 1
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Greenleaf: Season 1 (2016)

Oprah Winfrey stars in this drama about a family that runs a megachurch. (The show also airs on her network, OWN.)

Available March 3
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Safe Haven (2013)

Ahoy! Another Nicholas Sparks film to satiate your need for sappiness. This one stars Julianne Hough and Josh Duhamel as, you know, struggling lovers who pine for each other.

Available March 4
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Señora Acero: Season 3 (2016)

This American-produced telenovela follows the titular character — Señora Acero, played by Blanca Soto.

Available March 5
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Amy Schumer: The Leather Special (2017)

Schumer heads to Netflix for her latest comedy special. (This time, presumably, she's bedecked in all leather.)

Available March 7
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Hands Of Stone (2016)

Robert De Niro plays Ray Arcel, trainer to Roberto Durán, a famed boxer who led an illustrious 30-year career.

Available March 8
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The Waterboy (1998)

In this rags-to-riches tale, Adam Sandler plays a lowly waterboy who discovers a knack for football.

Available March 8
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Thithi (2015)

The documentary gives three separate accounts of one man's death, each one pulled from a different generation.

Available March 9
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Buddy Thunderstruck (2017)

This Netflix Original for kids is a stop-motion animated series about a racing dog, Buddy Thunderstruck, and his mechanic.

Available March 10
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Burning Sands (2017)

This tale of one fraternity brother's harrowing initiation premiered at Sundance this year to critical acclaim.

Available March 10
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Love: Season 2 (2017)

The Judd Apatow-produced series about love in Los Angeles returns for a second season.

Available March 10
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One More Time: Season 1 (2017)

This fantastical South Korean series toys with the trials of time travel.

Available March 10
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The Boss's Daughter (La Fille Du Patron) (2016)

It's a classic love story: older man falls in love with boss's daughter — much to the dismay of everyone else involved.

Available March 10
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Must Love Dogs (2005)

This early aughts rom-com has the recipe for success: John Cusack, Diane Lane, and a whole lotta puppies.

Available March 13
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Million Dollar Baby (2004)

Hilary Swank won an Oscar for her portrayal of a female boxer in this critically acclaimed film.

Available March 13
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Disney's Pete's Dragon (2016)

Bryce Dallas Howard stars in the remake of Disney's semi-animated tale about a friendly drag0n.

Available March 14
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Jim Norton: Mouthful Of Shame (2017)

For his 7th special, comedian Jim Norton heads to Netflix.

Available March 14
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Disney's The BFG (2016)

Roald Dahl's beloved story about a large, amiable giant comes to the big screen (and your Netflix queue.)

Available March 15
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Notes on Blindness (2016)

This semi-fictional work takes the writings of John Hull, who recorded his experience going blind, and puts them to film.

Available March 15
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Coraline (2009)

Based on a children's book, this Burton-esque animated tale is creepier than it seems.

Available March 15
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Deidra & Laney Rob A Train (2017)

In this Netflix Original film, Deidra and Laney are sisters who take to a life of crime (also known as robbing trains) after their mother is incarcerated.

Available March 17
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Julie's Greenroom: Season 1 (2017)

Julie Andrews stars in a Netflix Original for kids — with puppets!

Available March 17
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Marvel's Iron Fist: Season 1 (2017)

This highly-anticipated series from Marvel exists in the same universe as Netflix's Daredevil and Jessica Jones.

Available March 17
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Naledi: A Baby Elephant's Tale (2016)

All you need is right there in the title: this is a tale of a plucky baby elephant.

Available March 17
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Pandora (2017)

Netflix acquired the rights to this South Korean nuclear disaster film in 2016 — now, we get to lay eyes on it.

Available March 17
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Samurai Gourmet (2017)

This global Netflix original is based on Masayuki Kusumi's essay of the same name.

Available March 17
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Come and Find Me (2016)

Aaron Paul plays a lovelorn boyfriend tracking down his mysterious ex-girlfriend in this thriller.

Available March 18
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The Vampire Diaries: Season 8 (2016)

The best news ever: more of that vampire show you pretend not to watch.

Available March 18
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El Reemplazante: Season 1-2 (2012)

This Chilean series follows a wealthy magnate who loses his company and has to take up substitute teaching.

Available March 20
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Ali & Nino (2016)

This tale of star-crossed lovers takes place in 1918 on the horizon of World War One — Ali is an upper class Muslim, and Nino is a Christian from Georgia.

Available March 21
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Another Forever (2016)

One woman — Alice — travels the world in order to escape a recent tragedy.

Available March 21
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Evolution (2015)

There's something fishy going on in this seaside town only inhabited by boys and women.

Available March 21
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Fire At Sea (2014)

This documentary views the European migrant crisis from the Italian island of Lampedusa.

Available March 21
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How To Get Away With Murder: Season 3 (2016)

Still not sure how to get away with murder? Luckily, there's another season of this Shonda show to teach you the way.

Available March 23
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Welcome To New York (2015)

Gerard Depardieu is a wealthy business man in New York who is arrested for attempted rape of a hotel housekeeper.

Available March 23
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Bottersnikes & Gumbles: Season 2 (2017)

This children's Netflix Original about a fantastical land populated with abandoned junk and scaly monsters.

Available March 24
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Déjà Vu (2006)

Denzel Washington plays an FBI detective who uses time travel to solve a case in New Orleans.

Available March 24
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Felipe Neto: My Life Makes No Sense (2017)

The Brazilian comedian and YouTube star Felipe Neto gets his very own Netflix special.

Available March 24
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Grace And Frankie: Season 3 (2017)

Ah, the much-awaited news! Grace (Jane Fonda) and Frankie (Lily Tomlin) return for a third season of Netflix's sweetest show.

Available March 24
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Ingobernable: Season 1 (2017)

This Netflix global series focuses on the fictional narrative of the present-day President of Mexico and his wife.

Available March 24
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Spider (2007)

This comedic short film stars an up-and-coming Joel Edgerton (who was most recently spotted in 2016's Loving.)

Available March 24
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The Square (2008)

This film, directed by Nash Edgerton, also stars Joel Edgerton. (The two are brothers.)

Available March 24
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The Most Hated Woman In America (2017)

This Netflix Original stars Melissa Leo as Madalyn Murray O'Hair, the woman who got bible readings banned from public schools.

Available March 24
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Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (1988)

Watch the movie that cemented Jessica Rabbit's fame this March. (And find out, finally — who actually framed Roger?)

Available March 24
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The Student Body (2017)

This film documents one student's quest to change the way the world looks at Body Mass Index.

Available March 25
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USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage (2016)

What's that? Another Nicolas Cage film? Why, yes, that's exactly what it is! In this one, Cage plays a sailor in a boat that sinks — right into shark infested waters.

Available March 25
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The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2004)

Wes Anderson directs this quirky tale about a man exacting revenge on a shark.

Available March 26
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Better Call Saul: Season 2 (2016)

Everyone's favorite Breaking Bad spinoff has more episodes in store.

Available March 27
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Archer: Season 7 (2016)

The bumbling British spy is back at it for the seventh season.

Available March 28
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Jo Koy: Live From Seattle (2017)

The comedian who once frequented E's Chelsea! Lately has an hour special of his own on Netflix.

Available March 28
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Life In Pieces: Season 1 (2015)

This short-lived CBS sitcom starred more than a few powerhouses: Thomas Sadowski, Colin Hanks, and James Brolin.

Available March 30
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13 Reasons Why (2017)

This Netflix original has had some exciting advance publicity — Selena Gomez, a producer on the film, has spoken out the series on several occasions. It deals with tender material: Clay, a high schooler, uncovers the "13 reasons" why his crush Hannah decided to end her life.

Available March 31
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Bordertown: Season 1 (2017)

This Netflix original is a Finnish import. It takes place near the border of Russia, where life isn't as peaceful as one would expect.

Available March 31
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Cooper Barrett's Guide To Surviving Life: Season 1 (2016)

Cooper Barrett and his friends stumble their way through their 20s — they survive that thing called life, if you will.

Available March 31
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Dinotrux: Season 4 (2017)

Folks, it's exactly as it sounds. They are dinosaurs. But they are also trucks. Get into it.

Available March 31
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FirstBorn (2016)

Antonio Thomas (Netflix's Lovesick) plays a new mother struggling with spooky occurrences surrounding the birth of her first child.

Available March 31
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Five Came Back (2017)

This Netflix original docuseries is based on Mark Harris's nonfiction book of the same name.

Available March 31
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GLOW: The Story of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling (2012)

This documentary details the rise of the first female wrestling show.

Available March 31
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Rosewood: Season 1 (2015)

This Fox procedural focuses on Dr. Rosewood, a pathologist who lives and practices in Miami.

Available March 31
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The Carmichael Show: Season 1-2 (2015)

Jerrod Carmichael's semi-autobiographical sitcom has a knack for handling tender topics with humor and grace.

Available March 31
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The Discovery (2017)

This highly anticipated Netflix original movie probes the possibility of a pleasant afterlife.

Available March 31
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Trailer Park Boys: Season 11 (2017)

Netflix gives us an 11th rendition of this excellent Canadian mockumentary.

Available March 31