What's Coming To Netflix In March 2018 Will Put An Extra Spring In Your Step

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According to the groundhogs, winter weather may be sticking around for a little longer than you hoped. But that doesn't mean you have to diagnose yourself with cabin fever just yet. Staying indoors is going to be a total breeze with what's coming to Netflix in March 2018. All of the listings walk that fine line between nostalgia greatness and new-age excitement, so leave it to Netflix to always come through in times of dire need.

Feeling a sudden urge to reminisce about the good ol' days? Well, the streaming platform is bringing some late-90s to early-00s classics for you to indulge in — like, Ghostbusters, Cruel Intentions and Wet Hot American Summer, just to name a few. Can't get enough of marathoning full seasons of new Netflix Originals? You guessed it — the platform has you covered on that front too. Not only will new series like On My Block premiere, but returning shows like Season 3 of Love and David Letterman's highly anticipated third celebrity interview will air next month as well.

Six more weeks of winter never sounded so good, because, with Netflix by your side, March is already panning out to be an entertainment enthusiast's dream.

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Additional reporting by Ashley Rey

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That's right. You can watch Gerard Butler scream "this is Sparta" at the top of his lungs as many times as you'd like with this 2007 classic (March 1)

'Cruel Intentions'

Columbia Pictures

Ryan Phillipe and Sarah Michelle Gellar go head to head in this teen thriller, as their characters make a risqué bet to see if Phillipe's sex-obsessed character can deflower the headmaster's daughter by the end of the summer. (March 1)

'Forgetting Sarah Marshall'

Universal Pictures

When Jason Segel's character gets dumped by his celebrity girlfriend (played by Kristen Bell), he goes on an Hawaiian getaway to try to get her off his brain. (March 1)

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'Ghostbusters' & 'Ghostbusters 2'

Columbia Pictures

Who do you call when you're dealing with pesky ghosts? The original supernatural fighting gang, that's who. (March 1)

'Up In The Air'

Paramount Pictures

George Clooney and Anna Kendrick explore what happens when a millennial brings fresh ideas to the corporate table and threatens the career of an industry vet. (March 1)

'Wet Hot American Summer'

USA Films

The last day of summer for this group of camp counselors proves to be more stressful, and hilarious, than they imagined. (March 1)

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'Marvel's Jessica Jones' Season 2

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In Season 2 of this Netflix hit, Jessica Jones finds out some secrets about her past that will, inevitably, affect her future. (March 8)

'Collateral: Limited Series'


This BBC Two series follows a London based detective's journey to solve the murder of the local delivery man, and, thanks to Netflix, those outside of the U.K. can indulge in the crime drama too. (March 9)

'Love' Season 3

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There's no telling what kind of relationship drama Gus and Mickey will stir up in the third and final season of this Netflix Original, but it's sure to be entertaining. (March 9)

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'My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman: Part 3'

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The legendary talk show host is slated to sit down with Pakistani activist, and legend in her own right, Malala Yousafzai in the third installment of his Netflix project. (March 9)

'Nailed It' Season 1

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What do you get when you convince a group of people who are terrible in the kitchen to compete for a $10,000 prize in a baking challenge? A reality television masterpiece. (March 9)

'Ricky Gervais: Humanity'

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Comedian and actor Ricky Gervais brings his new stand-up special to the Netflix stage. (March 13)

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Benji is more than a dog. He's a hero. And this broken family can't picture their lives without him. (March 16)

'On My Block' Season 1

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Set in South Central Los Angeles, this coming of age story provides some important Latinx representation. (March 16)

'Game Over, Man!'

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Just when this group of gaming enthusiasts thought that their big break was right around the corner, the opportunity of a lifetime gets... well, taken hostage. (March 23)

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'50 First Dates'

Sony Pictures

Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore prove that love can help overcome any obstacle in this romantic comedy. (March 28)

'Little Women'

Sony Pictures

After their father, and head of the household, leaves for war, a mother and her four daughters band together to keep things running smoothly at their home. (March 28)

'A Series of Unfortunate Events' Season 2

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Siblings Violet, Klaus, and Sunny are back to defeat Count Olaf in Season 2 of this dark comedy — even if it kills them. (March 30)

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'Girl's Incarcerated' Season 1


This original series chronicles the lives and drama surrounding a group of teenage girls locked up behind bars. (March 2)

'Roxanne Roxanne'


Music fans will surely be blown away by the incredible life story behind hip-hop pioneer Lolita “Roxanne Shanté” Gooden, who, at the age of 14, became one of the first popular female emcees during the early '80s. (March 23)

'Flint Town'


This new documentary, which has followed the lives of the city's police officers for the past two years, details what it's like to live in a "constant state of an emergency" while dealing with crime and Flint's water crisis. (March 2)

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Universal Pictures

Relive the rise and fall of the Las Vegas mob with this epic Robert DeNiro, Sharon Stone, and Joe Pesci led film. (March 1)

'Take Your Pills'


This documentary investigates the driving force behond the rise of performance enhancing drugs such as Adderall. (March 16)

'The World's Most Extraordinary Homes' Season 1


Award-winning architect Piers Taylor and real estate enthusiast Caroline Quentin travel the world to tour some of the most lavish homes the world has to offer. (March 5)

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'Alexa & Katie' Season 1


As lifetime best friends, Alexa and Katie are eager to embark on the start of their freshman year in high school. The duo remains optimistic about the future, despite the fact that Alexa is currently undergoing cancer treatment. (March 23)

'Santa Clarita Diet' Season 2


Season 2 of this zombie based series starring Drew Barrymore will continue to lead fans down the path of death and destruction. (March 23)

'Happy Anniversary'


A couple will have to decide whether or not they want to stay together or call it quits on their three year anniversary. (March 30)

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'Ladies First'


Born on the roadside amid the poverty of Ratu, India, Deepika Kumari rose to become the top female archer in the world in just four years. (March 8)

'Stretch Armstong: The Breakout'


An unexpected band of superheroes seek to take over the world in this interactive animated feature. (March 13)

'Spirit Riding Free' Season 4


Based on the 2002 Oscar-nominated animation, Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, Season 4 of Spirit Riding Free takes young fans on a whole new adventure.

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'Requiem' Season 1


This brand new psychological thriller tells the chilling story of a woman whose life is turned upside down following her mother's shocking suicide. (March 23)

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