With the blossoming of spring this March also comes the new plethora of material on Netflix. Sadly, titles like Jaws will be leaving in March, but there are plenty of familiar fan favorites and new titles to fill the void. Known for creating A+ original content, the streaming has a handful of series and films in premiering on Netflix in March. One is coming-of-age drama 13 Reasons Why, which executive producer Selena Gomez has fans eager to see. Another is Deidra & Laney Rob a Train, which has a bleak-comedic hybrid seemingly in the same vein as the beloved Orange is the New Black. And in case you were wondering, acclaimed Netflix shows like Grace and Frankie and Love are returning for new seasons as well. If you’re not already freaking out, just sit back and wait for the roster of classics coming your way.
Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park (and its sequel The Lost World: Jurassic Park) are making their way to Netflix, as is Clint Eastwood’s Oscar-winning drama Million Dollar Baby. Some nostalgic throwbacks like Chicago and The Waterboy make the list, as well as animated films like Kung Fu Panda and thrillers like Memento. So many blasts from the past, so many new features, and so many hours of binging upon all. Here's what's in store.
1. Amy Schumer: The Leather Special (2017)
Although specific details of Schumer's latest comedy special are under wraps, I don't need to learn much to know it'll be amazing. Taped in November 2016 at Denver, Colorado’s Bellco Theater, Schumer talks modern-day sex, dating, and how ridiculous fame can be.
2. Love: Season 2 (2017)
Gus (Paul Rust) and Mickey's (Gillian Jacobs) confusing and self-destructive relationship continues. The two venture onto their bleak yet comedic and heartfelt path of intimacy and romance in the Netflix original, executive-produced by Judd Apatow.
3. Burning Sands (2017)
Alfre Woodard, Trevante Rhodes, and Trevor Jackson star in this Netflix original movie about a student who's pledging a fraternity, conflicted about exposing the truths of hazing at an all-black college during hell week.
4. Pete's Dragon (2016)
This Disney classic is reimagined and brought to life in a modern lens with Bryce Dallas Howard, Robert Redford, and little one Oakes Fegley.
5. The BFG (2016)
Mark Rylance's take on a larger-than-life (no pun intended), whimsical portrayal of Disney's Big Friendly Giant will tickle the imagination regardless of age.
6. Deidra & Laney Rob a Train (2017)
In this Netflix original comedy/drama/crime film, a mother's prison sentence causes her daughters (played by Ashleigh Murray and Rachel Crow) to pull a Thelma & Louise situation and rob a train to make money.
7. Buddy Thunderstruck: Season 1 (2017)
Embrace your inner kid with Netflix's goofy new animated series chronicling Buddy the dog's adventures as a fearless race-truck driver.
8. Iron Fist: Season 1 (2017)
Danny Rand is "back from the dead," on the hunt to defeat evil in NYC and restore his father's legacy in this latest Marvel series brought to the small screen.
9. The Vampire Diaries: Season 8 (2016)
Behold, the last installment of The CW's beloved vampire romance drama. Season 8 will be available on March 18, soon after airing in real time when Nina Dobrev returns for the series finale that fans are waiting for.
10. How to Get Away with Murder: Season 3 (2016)
Until the TGIT hit returns for Season 4, fans can re-watch queen Viola Davis and the HTGAWM craziness fresh off of the Season 3 finale on Feb. 23. Also giving plenty of time to cope with, you know, everything.
11. Grace and Frankie: Season 3 (2017)
The dynamic duo and unlikely BFFs played by Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin will return for their hilarious antics in adulthood and single-life sex (likely including lots of vibrators).
12. The Most Hated Woman in America (2017)
This true-story biopic drama tells the story of Madalyn Murray O'Hair, deemed as America's leading atheist activist. After finding the American Atheist group and becoming a target for angry Americans, O'Hair mysteriously disappeared.
13. Better Call Saul: Season 2 (2016)
With a 97 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes, Saul Goodman's (Bob Odenkirk) adventures are just as gripping as in Season 1, keeping the fans coming back for more of the AMC show.
14. The Discovery (2017)
Jason Segel, Robert Redford, and Rooney Mara star in this sci-fi romance about how humans react when the afterlife is proven true, leading them to commit suicide to reach that point.
15. 13 Reasons Why (2017)
Selena Gomez serves as executive producer in Netflix's adapation of Jay Asher's 2007 YA fiction. Starring Dylan Minnette, the series is centered on a suicide of high schooler Hannah (Katherine Langford), who narrates the story explaining why her life ended.
16. Jurassic Park (1993)
Sam Neill and Laura Dern star in Steven Spielberg's classic film about paleontologists who deal with the repercussions of dinosaurs being brought back to life from DNA. A perfect time to revisit the film since 2015's Jurassic World was released and the yet-to-be-named sequel is on the way.
17. The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997)
Continue the epic Jurassic World saga as Jeff Goldblum, Julianne Moore, and Vince Vaughn star in the sequel about a research team sent to Jurassic Park Site B with complications along the way.
18. Chicago (2002)
This addictive musical stars Catherine Zeta-Jones and Renée Zellweger as two fame-hungry stars in Chicago, who will stop at nothing (not even murder) to compete in their rivalry of achieving glorified, celebrity status.
19. Kung Fu Panda (2008)
This light-hearted animated adventure stars Jack Black as the clumsy Po, a panda who works in a noodle shop but dreams of becoming a kung fu master. Angelina Jolie, Dustin Hoffman, Lucy Liu, Jackie Chan, and Seth Rogen make an A-list lineup of talent in the lovable film.
20. Midnight in Paris (2011)
Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams reunite in this charming fantasy/comedy about a complacent screenwriter who meets icons of literature and art, brought to life in the mystical city of Paris.
21. Memento (2000)
Christopher Nolan's psychological thriller stars Guy Pearce as a man on a mission find his wife's murderer, battling short-term memory loss along the way.
22. Slums Of Beverly Hills (1998)
This coming-of-age comedy stars Marisa Tomei as a woman who attempts to raise her female (Natasha Lyonne) and two male cousins in 1976, non-glamorous Beverly Hills.
23. Safe Haven (2013)
Another Nicholas Sparks film adaptation in a sleepy, North Carolina town stars Julianne Hough who escapes her abusive partner and unexpectedly finds love.
24. The Waterboy (1998)
In the Golden Age of Adam Sandler films, the actor stars as Bobby Boucher, a football team's water boy who finds his own calling on the field after serving as the brunt of jokes.
25. One More Time: Season 1 (2017)
This Netflix fantasy series tells the story of an indie band singer who attempts to save his girlfriend from an unfortunate future all while undergoing unwanted time slips.
26. Must Love Dogs (2005)
Diane Lane and John Cusack star in this light-hearted, romantic comedy based on Claire Cook's 2002 novel about a divorcée who finds herself between two men after unwillingly trying online dating.
27. Million Dollar Baby (2004)
Clint Eastwood's Oscar-winning sports drama stars Hilary Swank as a female boxer and underdog who aims for the title after seeking veteran boxer (Eastwood) as her trainer. In addition to scoring the Best Film Oscar, both Swank and Morgan Freeman earned Oscars for their roles, as did Eastwood for directing.
28. Coraline (2009)
This stop-motion, Tim Burton-esque film stars Dakota Fanning and is based on Neil Gaiman's 2002 novel. After dealing with frustrations in her life, Coraline discovers a warped, more ideal existence of her current universe, but of course, it has its problems.
29. Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
This classic animated-meets-live-action adventure tells the story of a cartoon rabbit who depends on a detective to get him off the hook for a murder he didn't commit.
30. Spider (2007)
Ralph Fiennes stars in this psychological thriller as a mentally ill man living in a halfway house, haunted by memories of his past and childhood.
31. Rosewood: Season 1 (2015)
This FOX series chronicles a Miami pathologist (Morris Chestnut), who serves as a key tool for law enforcement, as he's able to unfold mysteries and make revelations due to findings in patients' bodies.
32. Nacho Libre (2006)
Jack Black stars in this sports comedy as Nacho, a monk-turned-Mexican wrestler who wears a mask to thrive in his new identity.
Cancel your plans tonight. It's TV time.
Editor's Note: This article has been updated from its original version.