Ready, set, bingewatch!
There’s nothing better than sitting back in your comfiest chair, curling up with a fresh bag of popcorn, and settling in for a good-ole bingewatching session. Here are all the shows, movies, documentaries, and comedy specials coming to Netflix in March.
Taylor Tomlinson: Quarter-Life Crisis, March 3
Comedian Taylor Tomilson follows up her Netflix Debut on The Comedy Lineup Part 1 with her first hour-long special all about the lessons she learned in her twenties and how they aren’t actually “the best years of your life.”
Spenser Confidential, March 6
Spenser (Mark Wahlberg)– an ex-cop framed for criminal political corruption– just got out of prison. When two of his forer co-workers turn up dead, he recruits his new roommate Hawk (Winston Duke) and his ex-girlfriend Cissy (Ilisa Schlesinger) to bring the culprits to justice.
Dirty Money (Season 2), March 11
Netflix’s critically acclaimed documentary series returns for a second season. This season investigates Jared Kushner’s real estate empire, the Wells Fargo banking scandal, and Malaysia’s 1MDB corruption case.
Lost Girls, March 13
When 24-year-old Shannan Gilbert mysteriously disappears, the police are no help to mother Mari (Amy Ryan), so she sets out on her own to find the truth. Mari’s investigation leads to the unsolved murders of 12 sex workers, lives she refuses to let go unnoticed.
Elite (Season 3), March 13
This Spanish teen drama series returns for a third season and follows the clash between elite families and working-class students at Las Encinas, the best and most exclusive school in Spain. These opposing forces create a perfect storm that ends in a murder where everyone’s a suspect.
Feel Good, March 19
Mae Martin plays Mae, a rising star in standup comedy and recovering narcotics addict living in London. When she meets and starts dating formerly straight girl George (Charlotte Ritchie), she has to juggle recovery, her career, and a new relationship in this deeply personal and dark modern-day love story.
Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker, March 20
Octavia Butler portrays Madam CJ Walker, the trailblazing African American haircare entrepreneur and the first female self-made millionaire in America. Inspired by On Her Own Ground by great-great-granddaughter A’Lelia Bundles, the original series tells Walkers story of racial and gender bias in post–slavery America.
Tiger King, March 20
From the executive producer of FYRE: The Greatest Party That Never Happened comes #TigerKing, a new docuseries about Joe Exotic — a gun-toting polygamist who presides over an Oklahoma animal park — and the murder-for-hire plot that led to his arrest pic.twitter.com/QKGMMz822z
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This true crime documentary series tells the story of Jo Maldonado-Passage, his collection of dangerous pets, and the $3K hit he tried to take out on prominent animal rights activist Carole Baskin.
The Letter for the King, March 20
Based on the best-selling novel of the same name, this six-episode original series tells the story of a ruthless prince, a mysterious prophecy, and the epic quest of young knight-in-training Tiuri.
Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution, March 25
This documentary series produced by President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama is the untold story of a 1970s American summer camp for teenagers with disabilities which transforms the campers’ lives and ignites the landmark movement for disability rights.
Ozark (Season 3)
Six months after the ending of season 2 of Ozark, the casino is up and running but Marty and Wendy are fighting for control, Wendy has struck an alliance with Helen and drug cartel leader Omar Navarro, and Wendy’s brother Ben coming to town throws everyone’s lives into chaos.