Everything Coming To Netflix In March

The winter doom and gloom is almost over! Time to celebrate by continuing to stay inside and watch TV. Netflix is also getting out of its February slump by releasing a whole slew of original TV shows in March that they seemed to have saved for exactly when we need it most. Jessica Jones returns for its second season — a long time coming since it last hit the streaming services in 2015. Season 3 of Judd Apatow's Love is also dropping, perfect for those of us who are still nursing that Valentine's Day heartbreak hangover. Then, Malala Yousafzai joins David Letterman for My Next Guest Needs No Introduction.

Some other standouts are returning, like season 2 of A Series Of Unfortunate Events as well as brand new movie exclusive to the service, like Roxanne Roxanne, which gives us that dose of Mahershala Ali we've been missing.

It's not just Netflix originals that are joining the collection — some tried and true favorites will be available for streaming as early as day one, like Ghostbusters 1 and 2, Wet Hot American Summer, and even more Law and Order: SVU.

Later in the month, movies like Little Women and 50 First Dates land online, as well as the show the girl I babysit loves, Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir Season 2 Part 1.

If anything, this new selection of titles is just one more shining light guiding us out of these dark, cold months. Before you know it, next month's list will be here, and you'll be too busy making plans to take a romantic spring walk and eat brunch outside to even notice (but, let's face it, you'll spend most of your time watching Netflix anyways).

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300 (2006)

Set in 480 B.C., the film tells the story of the brutal battle between the forces of King Leonidas of Sparta and the Persians.

Available March 1
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21 Thunder: Season 1 (2017)

The story of the Montreal Thunder U21 team as they navigate the world of pro soccer, and their lives both on and off the pitch.

Available March 1
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2307: Winter's Dream (2016)

Fast forward to 2307 when a soldier is tasked with hunting down the leader of a humanoid rebellion.

Available March 1
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Adel Karam: Live from Beirut (2018)

The Lebanese actor and comedian explores everything from kissing to colonoscopies in this stand-up special.

Available March 1
Photo: Courtesy of Miramax.
Adventureland (2009)

Starring Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart, the summer before James’s (Eisenberg) first year of college is nothing like he hoped in this romcom set at an amusement park in the ‘80s.

Available March 1
Photo: Courtesy of Zeta Cinema.
Algo Muy Gordo (2017)

The journey of comedian Berto Romero and film director Carlo Padial as they join forces to create what they call “the biggest, most forthcoming and futuristic comedy ever made in Spain.”

Available March 1
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Alpha and Omega (2010)

Two wolves with opposite personalities find themselves lost in a foreign land and must find their way home together.

Available March 1
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Battle Drone (2017)

After being betrayed by the US government, a group of mercenaries must survive a human droid ambush.

Available March 1
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Beerfest (2006)

Two brothers get more than they bargained for when arriving in Germany of Oktoberfest.

Available March 1
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Casino (1995)

Can a mafia enforcer and a casino executive ever truly be friends? Not in this 1995 glitzy drama.

Available March 1
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Cruel Intentions (1999)

Two step-siblings, Kathryn and Sebastian, get quasi-incestual when Kathryn challenges Sebastian to sleep with their headmaster’s daughter. If he succeeds, he gets Kathryn, who I’ll just repeat is his step sister.

Available March 1
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Cruel Intentions 2 (2000)

The sequel does a much needed rewind to see how this all happened.

Available March 1
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Cruel Intentions 3 (2004)

Turns out, Kathryn’s distant cousin Cassidy is just as mischievous.

Available March 1
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Deathgrip (2017)

See mountain biking like never before in this exploration of the world and the human body’s limits.

Available March 1
Photo: Courtesy of Universal.
Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008)

After a devastating break-up, an ex-couple finds themselves staying at the same resort.

Available March 1
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Ghostbusters (1984)

The cult classic about a group of men who set up a ghost-removal service in New York City.

Available March 1
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Ghostbusters 2 (1989)

The Ghostbusters are back after a river of the discovery of an ectoplasmic river.

Available March 1
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Gridiron Gang (2006)

A group of teens regain their confidence at a juvenile detention center when their counselor teaches them how to play football.

Available March 1
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Guess Who (2005)

Theresa (Zoe Saldana) surprises her family when she brings home her white fiance, Simon (Ashton Kutcher).

Available March 1
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Hostage (2005)

A former hostage negotiator must decide between saving his own family and one he’s never met. I’ll be honest, I know which I’d pick!

Available March 1
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I Am Number Four (2011)

Hiding from intergalactic bounty hunters, an alien seeks refuge on earth.

Available March 1
Photo: Courtesy of Universal Pictures.
I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry (2007)

In order to receive domestic partner benefits, two male firefighters pretend to be a couple.

Available March 1
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Jackass: Number Two (2006)

The whole Jackass crew, including Chris Pontius, Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, and Bam Margera, are back at it.

Available March 1
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Land Gold Women (2011)

A British Asian family navigates their cultural traditions and this modern British world.

Available March 1
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Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: The Eighteenth Year (2016)

Even more stories from the NYPD’s Special Victims Unit.

Available March 1
Photo: Courtesy of New Line Cinema.
Martian Child (2007)

A widowed science-fiction writer must decide whether or not to adopt an imaginative, social rejected boy from Mars.

Available March 1
Photo: Sony Pictures Classics.
Moon (2009)

A man is at the very end of his three-year mission for Lunar Industries, which involves being the only employee at their lunar station.

Available March 1
Photo: Courtesy of DreamWorks.
People Like Us (2012)

After the death of his father, a man discovers a sister he never knew.

Available March 1
Photo: Courtesy of DreamWorks.
Revolutionary Road (2008)

This 1950s Connecticut couple must handle their personal issues while raising their children.

Available March 1
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Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild (2005)

Stuart ends up confronting a beast when his family vacations at a lake.

Available March 1
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The Brothers Grimm (2005)

Two brothers and traveling con-artists, Will and Jake Grimm, stumble upon a fairy-tale curse.

Available March 1
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The Bucket List (2007)

At the end of their lives, two terminally ill men leave the cancer ward and go on a road trip to check of their bucket lists.

Available March 1
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The Descent (2005)

What happens to a group of women when their caving expedition is taken over by underground predators.

Available March 1
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The Descent: Part 2 (2009)

The sole survivor of the original story must return with the police to convince them of what happened.

Available March 1
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The Experiment (2010)

Twenty six men participate in a psychological study that mimics prison guards and prisoners, and it quickly goes out of control.

Available March 1
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The Fifth Estate (2013)

The true story of the founding and evolution of WikiLeaks.

Available March 1
Photo: Courtesy of Blumhouse Productions.
The Gift (2015)

A happy couple’s life is turned upside down when someone from the husband’s past brings to light a terrifying secret

Available March 1
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The Lazarus Project (2008)

A former criminal finds himself working at a psychiatric facility.

Available March 1
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True to the Game (2017)

A drug lord falls in love and tries to start a new life.

Available March 1
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Untraceable (2008)

An FBI agent is tasked with finding an elusive serial killer, but time is running out.

Available March 1
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Up in the Air (2009)

A man who lives his life traveling for work and loves the constant change is thrown off course when he fall in love.

Available March 1
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Wet Hot American Summer (2001)

The original comedy that inspired the recent reboots about a group of camp counselors played by all your favorite comedians.

Available March 1
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Women at War 1939-1945

An examination of the overlooked role women played in the second world war.

Available March 1
Photo: Courtesy of Netflix.
B: The Beginning: Season 1 (2018)

An original anime series produced by Netflix.

Available March 2
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Flint Town: Season 1 (2018)

A documentary about the Flint, Michigan police force as they grapple with the water crisis and the town’s crumbling infrastructure.

Available March 2
Girls Incarcerated: Season 1 (2018)

A documentary series about teenage girls behind bars.

Available March 2
Les Affamés (2017)

After the inhabitants of a village in Quebec start breaking down and turning against each other, a group of survivors go into hiding.

Available March 2
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Malena Pichot: Estupidez compleja (2018)

This Argentinian comedian talks about feminism and sex in this Netflix special.

Available March 2
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Natalia Valdebenito: El Especial (2018)

The Chilean comedian takes the stage in another Netflix special.

Available March 2
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Voltron: Legendary Defender: Season 5

The continued story of teenagers taken from Earth to the the pilots of robotic lions.

Available March 2
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Expedition China (2013)

An American adventurer explores China.

Available March 4
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The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale (2018)

Joel McHale is back to bring his comedic twist to pop culture.

Available March 4
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F The Prom (2017)

Two estranged friends reconnect over their desire to destroy prom.

Available March 5
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The World's Most Extraordinary Homes: Season 1 (2017)

A documentary that follows hosts architect Piers Taylor and actress Caroline Quentin as they find the most architecturally impressive homes.

Available March 5
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Benji (1974)

The story of a stray dog who rescues two kidnapped children.

Available March 6
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For the Love of Benji (1977)

In this sequel, Benji teams up with the CIA.

Available March 6
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Gad Elmaleh: American Dream

The second Netflix standup special from the French comedian.

Available March 6
Aftershock (2012)

A group of travelers in an underground nightclub are rocked by an earthquake and must make their way back to the surface.

Available March 7
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Bad Guys: Vile City: Season 1 (2017)

A spinoff of the Korean television series Bad Guys.

Available March 8
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Ladies First (2014)

An exploration of gender inequality in India.

Available March 8
Photo: Courtesy of Netflix.
Marvel's Jessica Jones: Season 2 (2018)

Jessica Jones returns to use her superhero abilities to fight her own personal evil.

Available March 8
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A.I.C.O. Incarnation: Season 1 (2018)

An original bio sci-fi Japanese action series set in the year 2035.

Available March 9
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Collateral: Limited Series (2018)

A London detective played by Carrie Mulligan uncovers a conspiracy while investigation the murder of a pizza delivery man.

Available March 9
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Love: Season 3 (2018)

The next installment of antics about two lovers who can never quite define their relationship.

Available March 9
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My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman: Malala Yousafzai (2018)

David Letterman welcomes activist Malala Yousafzai in this next segment of his talk show.

Available March 9
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Nailed It: Season 1 (2018)

The baking show for people who seem to end up with nothing but fails.

Available March 9
Photo: Courtesy of Netflix.
The Outsider (2018)

Set in post World War II Japan, a former American G.I. joins the yakuza.

Available March 9
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Trolls: The Beat Goes On!: Season 2 (2018)

The DreamWorks trolls are in for even more adventures.

Available March 9
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Septiembre, un Llanto en Silencio (2017)

A Guatemalan film based on the personal story of the director, who was attacked by guerilla soldiers while taking the bus.

Available March 10
Kygo: Live at the Hollywood Bowl (2016)

Watch the musician’s live 2016 performance at the Hollywood Bowl.

Available March 12
Photo: Courtesy of Benetone Films.
Troy: The Odyssey (2017)

Based on the Greek poem by Homer.

Available March 12
Children of the Whales: Season 1 (2017)

Japanese anime starring the voice of Cristina Valenzuela as Hammy.

Available March 13
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Ricky Gervais: Humanity (2018)

The latest standup special from the English comedian.

Available March 13
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Stretch Armstrong: The Breakout (2018)

An interactive episode for kids based on the original 1976 toy.

Available March 13
Terrace House: Opening New Doors: Part 1

The wildly popular Japanese reality show about strangers living together has even more in store.

Available March 13
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Jackass 3.5: The Unrated Movie (2011)

In the words of the creators, “too much is never enough!”

Available March 15
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Power Rangers Ninja Steel: Season 1

The 24th season of the popular children’s show.

Available March 15
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Tabula Rasa: Season 1 (2017)

A woman with amnesia might be the only person who can help crack a disappearance case.

Available March 15
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The Hollywood Masters: Season 2 (2017)

The secrets behind the successful careers of Hollywood’s household names.

Available March 15
Benji (2018)

The Netflix original adaptation of the 1974 classic.

Available March 16
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Edha: Season 1 (2018)

A fashion designer’s life as a single mom could all change when she meets a handsome man.

Available March 16
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On My Block: Season 1 (2018)

A comedy about four friends coming of age in South Central Los Angeles.

Available March 16
Spirit Riding Free: Season 4 (2018)

The adventures of a girl and her stallion in the wild west.

Available March 16
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Take Your Pills (2018)

A look at the abuse of Adderall in school and the workforce.

Available March 16
Photo: Courtesy of Netflix.
The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter (2018)

A father takes his son Jaden on a deer-hunting trip in an attempt to bond.

Available March 16
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Wild Wild Country: Season 1 (2018)

Based on the true story of a utopian city built in the Oregon desert.

Available March 16
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In Search of Fellini (2017)

A small town girl falls in love with the films of Federico Fellini, and is determined to meet the man himself.

Available March 19
100 Years: One Woman's Fight for Justice (2017)

A documentary about Elouise Cobell and her push for justice for the mismanaged lands of 300,000 Native Americans.

Available March 20
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The Standups: Season 2 (2018)

A slew of L.A comedians take the stage, including Rachel Feinstein, Aparna Nancherla, and Gina Yashere.

Available March 20
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Conor McGregor: Notorious (2017)

Follow the four-year journey of Conor McGregor, both professionally and the personal behind-the-scenes.

Available March 21
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Alexa & Katie: Season 1 (2018)

Two best friends are determined to fit in when they start their freshman year of high school.

Available March 23
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Dinotrux Supercharged: Season 2 (2017)

New friends and new challenges await in this show about trucks.

Available March 23
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Game Over, Man! (2018)

Just before their video game is funded, three friends discover that their benefactor has fallen into the hands of terrorists.

Available March 23
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Layla M. (2016)

The story of a teenage Muslim becoming radicalized in Amsterdam.

Available March 23
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Requiem: Season 1 (2018)

Following her mother’s suicide, Matilda discovers her mom may have been linked to the disappearance of a Welsh toddler 23 years ago.

Available March 23
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Roxanne Roxanne (2017)

The true story of Roxanne Shante, the artist behind the first ever rap feud.

Available March 23
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Santa Clarita Diet: Season 2

Drew Barrymore is back for more hijinks as basically a zombie mom.

Available March 23
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SWORD GAI The Animation: Part 1 (2018)

This Japanese manga series gets the Netflix treatment.

Available March 23
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The Mechanism: Season 1 (2018)

Drama series about the corruption in Brazilian private and state oil companies.

Available March 23
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Red Trees (2017)

Looking back over a family’s journey to survive the Nazi occupation of Prague.

Available March 24
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Men on a Mission: 2018 (2018)

Male celebrities pretend to be high schoolers in this Korean comedy.

Available March 27
Photo: Courtesy of Columbia Pictures.
50 First Dates (2004)

A man afraid of commitment falls in love with a woman who wakes up every morning forgetting anything that happened the day before.

Available March 28
Photo: Courtesy of Columbia Pictures.
Little Women (1994)

The Susan Sarandon adaptation of the classic Louisa May Alcott novel.

Available March 28
Photo: Courtesy of Stage 6 Films.
Never Back Down 2: The Beatdown (2011)

A martial arts film about a boxer who is advised against returning to fighting by his doctor, but is lured back in by the promise of an underground event called “The Beatdown.”

Available March 28
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The Art of War (2000)

After being framed for the murder of both a number of Vietnamese refugees and China’s ambassador, a man must uncover the truth while outrunning the FBI.

Available March 28
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A Series of Unfortunate Events: Season 2

Lemony Snicket’s devastating tales about the Baudelaire children continue.

Available March 30
First Match (2018)

A teenage girl joins her high school’s all-boys wrestling team.

Available March 30
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Happy Anniversary (2018)

A couple determines the fate of their relationship on their three-year anniversary.

Available March 30
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Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir Season 2 Part 1 (2015)

Two teens transform into superheroes whenever evil comes to their town.

Available March 30
Photo: Courtesy of Netflix.
Rapture: Season 1 (2018)

A documentary about hip-hop’s effect on global culture.

Available March 30
Photo: Courtesy of Netflix.
Reboot: The Guardian Code: Season 1

A brand new imagining of the ‘90s series, involving mixed live action and CGI about teens recruited to look after cyberspace.

Available March 30
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Sofía Niño de Rivera: Selección natural (2018)

The comedy special for Mexican comedian Sofia Nino de Rivera.

Available March 30
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The Titan (2018)

A military family joins an experiment involving genetic evolution and space.

Available March 30
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Trailer Park Boys: Season 12

More adventures in this Canadian mockumentary about a group of trailer park residents.

Available March 30
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Trump: An American Dream: Season 1 (2017)

Exploring Trump’s journey over the past five decades.

Available March 30
Photo: Courtesy of Overture Films.
Let Me In (2010)

After befriending his neighbor Abby, 12-year-old Owen realizes she has a secret.

Available March 31
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