Get your popcorn and favorite blanket ready! Netflix has announced its list of movies and shows to binge-watch throughout the month of March.
Series like “You,” and documentaries like “Abducted in Plain Sight” and “Fyre Festival” lit up our newsfeeds, so we are sure the new l
We have to wait until March 30 to watch season five of ABC’s hit television show “How To Get Away With Murder,” but starting on March 1 “The Notebook” and “The Hurt Locker” will hit the streaming service.
Here’s a taste of the list of other movies you may want to check out:
“Juanita” (March 8) starring Alfre Woodard who plays the main character, Juanita. The film which was released in 2017 is about a mother’s journey after being fed up with her grown children and “marginal urban existence,” Juanita jumps on a Greyhound bus to Montana where she reinvents herself and finds her mojo, according to IMDb.
Check out the trailer for “Juanita” on Netflix:
“On My Block: Season 2” starring Jessica Marie Garcia. This binge-worthy series is about four friends navigating their way through high school in South Central, Los Angeles while dealing with the danger of getting their friend out of a gang as well as other coming-of-age issues.
Also, classic films like “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” (March 1), Doubt (March 8), Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist (March 1), Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (March 1) are also set to go live.
More highly anticipated titles in order of premiere date below.
“Losers” – In a “winning is everything” society, this documentary will show how we deal with defeat by examining athletes who have been there. See the trailer here.
“The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind” – The film by Chiwetel Ejiofor tells the true story of a 13-year-old Malawian boy who tries to save his village from famine. See the trailer here.
“The Order” – This is a horror series about a college student on a mission to avenge his mother’s death. See the trailer here.
“After Life” – This dark comedy stars comedian Ricky Gervais as a journalist who is living his best life after his wife’s death. See the trailer here.
“Triple Frontier” – Ben Affleck and Charlie Hunnam (Sons of Anarchy) round up a group of military vets who attempt to rob a drug lord in one of the most ruthless cartels. See the trailer here.
“Turn Up, Charlie” – Idris Elba plays a struggling DJ and a part-time nanny to pay the bills. See the trailer here.
“Growing” – Amy Schumer is back with another standup comedy special. See the trailer here.
“The Legend of Cocaine Island” – If you love a good drug documentary, this one is for you. It follows the story of Rodney Hyden who finds a stash in the Caribbean. See the trailer here.
What are you excited to see on Netflix this month?
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