New Netflix March 2020 Movies & TV Shows Include A New Season Of ‘Elite’
Spring content has sprung! Or, it has started to, courtesy of the new movies and TV shows coming to Netflix in March. The streaming service has announced a brand new slate of streaming content just for us, and it's definitely more than enough to keep entertainment-obsessed fans busy until April.
As usual, this month will see the arrival of plenty of original movies and television shows to Netflix, including the return of their award-winning series Ozark. Also returning with brand new episodes are teen dramas Elite and On My Block, both of which will premiere third seasons in March. Not to be outdone, comedy specials will also get a few new additions this month, with Taylor Tomlinson: Quarter-Life Crisis and Marc Maron: End Times Fun.
As for what subscribers will have to leave behind in the month of March, there are a few major titles to make sure to check off your watchlist before it's too late. Superhero movies Black Panther, Batman Begins, and The Dark Knight are all leaving Netflix. As are the Men In Black series and Charlie's Angels. It's going to be a sad month for action/adventure fans so you might want to prepare yourselves.
Here's a closer look at some titles coming in March you really won't want to miss:
'Hook' — Coming March 1
Everyone's favorite retelling of Peter Pan, Hook, is coming to Netflix in March. And it should come as no surprise that the 1991 hit starring Robin Williams as a grown up Peter is still just as deliciously fun as ever. Rufio stans, our time is now.
'Corpse Bride' — Coming March 1
Halloween may be a long ways away, but a Tim Burton classic like Corpse Bride, starring Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter, is something that can easily be enjoyed all year round.
'Ghosts of Girlfriends Past' — Coming March 1
How do you get a guy to no longer be afraid of commitment? Just have him get visited by a few friendly spirits who force him to take a good, hard look at his past failed relationships. At least, that's what seems to work for Matthew McConaughey's character Connor Mead in Ghosts of Girlfriends Past.
'He's Just Not That Into You' — Coming March 1
Tired of misreading your dates intentions? Confused about why someone hasn't called you back yet? Sometimes the answer is simple: he's just not that into you. This romantic comedy delves into the lives of a group of people in their 20s and 30s, who try (and sometimes fail) to understand human behavior and the complexities that can come with finding that special someone.
'Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events' — Coming March 1
If you enjoyed seeing Neil Patrick Harris as Count Olaf in the Netflix original series, then you should try your hand at the 2004 Series of Unfortunate Events film, which starred Jim Carrey as the titular and highly sinister villain who will do anything and everything to get the Baudelaire children's money.
'Richie Rich' — Coming March 1
Being the richest kid in the world certainly comes with its fair share of benefits, but for Richie Rich, played by the one and only Macaulay Culkin, there are some things that money simply can't buy — like friendship. Which is something he'll need plenty of if he has any hope of tracking down the person who's been targeting his family. Dun, dun, dunnnn.
'Space Jam' — Coming March 1
The only thing that lies between the Looney Tunes and their freedom is winning a basketball game, so they call upon the world's greatest player to help them achieve victory: Michael Jordan. Come for the star power, stay for the animated hijinks.
'Valentine's Day' — Coming March 1
The romantic holiday may be over, but the obstacles that come with falling in love are relatable regardless of what month it is. Plus with all of this star power (Taylor Swift! Julia Roberts! Jennifer Garner! Oh my!) how can you not tune in to watch all of the inter-connected romantic hijinks play out in Valentine's Day?
'Ugly Delicious' Season 2 — Coming March 6
Netflix's food show, Ugly Delicious, returns for Season 2 this month. Reunite with Chef David Chang as he travels the world and consumes delicious foods while exploring new places, people, and cultures.
'The Circle Brazil' — Coming March 11
The Circle is back — sort of. This time around, Netflix's social experiment reality TV show is going to Brazil to find a brand new round of contestants. But, international move aside, the game remains the same as strangers will interact only through social media for weeks, in the hopes of winning a whole bunch of cash.
'On My Block' Season 3 — Coming March 11
Netflix's teen dramedy On My Block is officially back for Season 3. The season will pick up right after the Season 2 finale, which ended with the kids getting kidnapped by a mysterious third party. Expect answers to lead to a whole lot of questions when new episodes premiere.
'Elite' Season 3 — Coming March 13
Everyone's favorite teen drama Elite returns for a third season in March, and, unfortunately, another murder isn't too far behind. After another classmate is killed, a new investigation gets underway that could disrupt the lives and futures of everyone moving forward. And to think you thought high school was hard.
'Lost Girls' — Coming March 13
Inspired by Robert Kolker’s nonfiction book of the same name, Netflix's Lost Girls takes a close look at just how far a mother will go to find her missing daughter and the many secrets she'll unearth along the way — including a series of unsolved murders.
'Feel Good' — Coming March 19
Starring Mae Martin as herself, Feel Good explores what it's like living in London as a recovering addict while navigating the highs and lows of a new relationship. If you're a fan of Fleabag, then this just may very well be your next obsession.
'Self Made: Inspired By The Life of Madam C.J. Walker' — Coming March 20
Inspired by a true story, this limited series stars Octavia Spencer as Madam C.J. Walker, the first African American woman to become a self-made millionaire, who fought against gender and racial biases in the name of social change. Needless to say, this is one Netflix Original you won't want to sleep on.
'Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution' — Coming March 25
President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama will once again try their hand at executive producing, this time with a Netflix documentary centered around a 1970s summer camp for teens with disabilities, many of whom went on to become powerful advocates in the disabled rights movement.
And here's a closer look at things you might want to check out before they leave Netflix for good.
'Marvel Studios' Black Panther' — Leaving March 3
The mantra in Black Panther may be "Wakanda Forever," but unfortunately the film's stay at Netflix isn't nearly as long. The good news is that those who are already signed up for Disney+ will still be able to watch it whenever they want.
'Eat Pray Love' — Leaving On March 9
In Eat, Pray, Love Julia Roberts stars as Liz Gilbert, a woman who forces herself to step out of her comfort zone when her life takes a completely unexpected turn. She embarks on an adventure of self-discovery that takes her all over the world and reminds her of what life should really be all about. When it comes to inspirational dramas, this is one you don't want to miss.
'Men in Black' — Leaving March 14
Enjoy watching Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith save the world from various alien life forms while you can, because come March 14, Men In Black will be sent out of this streaming realm for the foreseeable future. And no amount of mind wiping will be able to take our collective pain away.
'Disney's A Wrinkle in Time' — Leaving On March 24
Based on the novel of the same name, Disney's A Wrinkle In Time tells the story of a young girl named Meg Murry who embarks on an interdimensional quest to save her father with the help of three magical guides — one of which just so happens to be Oprah Winfrey. So yeah, this one's a definite must-see before Netflix gives it the boot.
'Batman Begins' — Leaving March 30
Every good hero has an equally good origin story, and Bruce Wayne's transformation into Batman in Batman Begins is no exception. So if you're in need of a refresher of how the caped crusader came to be, make sure to give this another watch through before the end of the month.
'Charlie's Angels' & 'Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle' — Leaving March 30
As enjoyable as it is to see Lucy Liu, Cameron Diaz, and Drew Barrymore kick some serious butt daily, the 2000 hit film Charlie's Angels and its sequel counterpart Full Throttle will both be leaving the streaming platform on March 30 because life isn't fair.
'Hairspray' — Leaving March 30
Tracy Turnblad may not be able to stop the beat, but she also can't stop Hairspray from being removed from Netflix, unfortunately. So soak up those catchy songs while you can because before you know it they'll be nowhere to be found.
'New York Minute' — Leaving On March 30
A New York Minute served as Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's first big-screen, theatrical release and man was it a good one. So make a point of reliving your childhood by watching the two of them gallivant around the Big Apple on yet another wild adventure.
'Kill Bill: Vol. 1 & Vol. 2' — Leaving On March 30
When your former ex/boss tries to murder you on your wedding day, you don't get mad — you get even. And that's exactly what Uma Thurman does in this martial arts masterpiece. But like all good things, it must come to an end, which is why Kill Bill: Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 are leaving Netflix at the end of the month.
'P.S. I Love You' — Leaving On March 30
In need of a good cry? P.S. I Love You, which stars Hilary Swank as a grieving widow, more than delivers in that area. Seriously, it will have you reaching for the tissues every few minutes. But despite the sad premise, it's also a beautiful story about love, and one that's worth watching again and again.
'The Dark Knight' — Leaving On March 30
Arguably the best film out of the Christopher Nolan Batman franchise, The Dark Knight delivers on all fronts: action, suspense, even humor (really dark humor, that is). Heath Ledger is terrifyingly good as the Joker and will bring your fear of clowns to a whole new level. If you haven't already done so, watch this movie immediately.
'The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers' — Leaving On March 30
From the Battle of Helms Deep to the desolation of Isengard, there's plenty of action to witness throughout this second installment in the Lord of the Rings saga. But as precious as the film may be to both you and Gollum, it won't be around forever, so get watching while the getting's good.
'The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King' — Leaving On March 30
The battle for Middle Earth comes to a close in the final installment of the mystical franchise, The Return of the King, and brings about some highly anticipated reunions to our small band of heroes. You'll laugh. You'll cry. You'll wonder why Netflix is taking such a classic away from you.
'Wild Wild West' — Leaving On March 30
Because when you have the likes of Will Smith, Kevin Kline, and Salma Hayek all in a western comedy together, you have no choice but to watch it on repeat, right? Not to mention Wild Wild West includes Smith's iconic song of the same name that's guaranteed to give you serious 90s flashbacks.
Now that you know what to look out for, here's a full list of everything leaving and coming to Netflix in March:
- Go! Go! Cory Carson — Season 2
- Always a Bridesmaid
- Beyond the Mat
- Cop Out
- Corpse Bride
- Donnie Brasco
- Freedom Writers
- Ghosts of Girlfriends Past
- He's Just Not That Into You
- Kung Fu Panda 2
- Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
- Life as We Know It
- Looney Tunes: Back in Action
- resident Evil: Apocalypse
- Resident Evil: Extinction
- Richie Rich
- Space Jam
- The Gift
- The Interview
- The Shawshank Redemption
- The Story of God with Morgan Freeman — Season 3
- There Will Be blood
- Valentine's Day
- Velvet Colección: Grand Finale
- ZZ Top: That Little Ol' Band from Texas
- Taylor Tomlinson: Quarter-Life Crisis
- Lil Peep: Everybody's Everything
- Castlevania — Season 3
- Mightly Little Bheem: Festival of Colors
- I am Jonas
- Paradise PD: Part 2
- The Protector — Season 3
- Spenser confidential
- Twin Murders: The Silence of the White City
- Ugly Delicious — Season 2
- Sitara: Let Girls Dream
- Carmen Sandiego: To Steal or Not to Steal
- Marc Maron: End Times Fun
- The Circle Brazil
- Dirty Money — Season 2
- Last Ferry
- On My Block — Season 3
- Summer Night
- Hospital Playlist
- 100 Humans
- Elite — Season 3
- Go Karts
- Kingdom — Season 2
- Lost Girls
- The Valhalla Murders
- Women of the Night
- The Boss Baby: Back in Business — Season 3
- Search Party
- Silver Linings Playbook
- Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy
- The Young Messiah
- Bert Kreischer: Hey Big Boy
- All American — Season 2
- Black Lightning — Season 3
- Shaun the Sheep: Adventures form Mossy Bottom
- Lu Over the Wall
- Altered Carbon: Resleeved
- Feel Good
- A Life of Speed: The juan Manuel Fangio Story
- Archibald's Next Big Thing — Season 2
- Dino Girl Gauko — Season 2
- Greenhouse Academy — Season 4
- The Letter for the King
- The Platform
- Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker
- Tiger King
- Sol Levante
- Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution
- The Occupant (Hogar)
- YooHoo to the Rescue — Season 3
- 7SEEDS: Part 2
- Blood Father
- Car Masters: Rust to Riches — Season 2
- The Decline
- Dragons: Rescue Riders: Hunt for the Golden Dragon
- Il processo
- Killing Them Softly
- Ozark — Season 3
- There's Something In the Water
- True: Wuzzle Wegg Day
- ARASHI's Diary — Voyage
- The English Game
- Ladies Up
- Marvel Studios' Black Panther
- The Men Who Stare at Goats
- F the Prom
- Blue Jasmine
- The Jane Austen Book Club
- The Waterboy
- Eat Pray Love
- Men in Black
- Men in Black II
- Mystery Science Theater 3000 Collection: Classic: Collection 3
- being Mary Jane: The Series
- The L Word — Season 1-6
- Disney's A Wrinkle in Time
- Batman Begins
- Charlie's Angels
- Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle
- Death at a Funeral
- Drugs, Inc. — Season 5
- Kill Bill: Vol. 1
- Kill Bill: Vol. 2
- New York Minute
- P.S. I Love You
- Paranormal Activity
- Small Soldiers
- The Dark Knight
- The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
- The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
- Wild Wild West
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