What’s Leaving Netflix In March 2018, So You Can Do Some Streaming Spring Cleaning

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Spring is in the air, which means it's time to start doing some serious cleaning. Sure, this is a great time to reorganize your closet to remove some of those bulky layers, but don't forget your Netflix queue. Luckily, the list of TV shows and movies leaving Netflix in March will make things a little easier to do some sprucing up now that things are warming up.

No need to Marie Kondo your watchlist to figure out which movies still bring you joy, since some of them won't be there anyway. That doesn't mean it will be easy saying goodbye to some of those favorites that made getting through the winter months a little easier. As they say, though, March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb and it seems Netflix is doing the same.

Netflix might take the things you love to watch away, but it also gives, which means there will be plenty of new movies and TV shows coming to Netflix in March. You'll be able to watch the final season of Love, the new Netflix thriller Seven Seconds, and Season 2 of Jessica Jones. See, obviously, you're gonna be just fine.

But, just in case you're having withdrawals, check out this list to see what you'll need to watch now before it's too late.

'The Carmichael Show' Seasons 1-2

Fans are going to have to find another way to check out Jerrod Carmichael's semi-autobiographical series that was canceled too soon. (March 31)

20th Century Fox Television

'Friends with Benefits' Season 1

These friends, which include Moonlight's André Holland and Veronica Mars' Ryan Hansen, will not be benefiting off of Netflix that much longer. (March 31)

20th Century Fox Television

'The Awakening'

While Rebecca Hall plays a woman who is trying to debunk supernatural hoaxes, it's no lie that this spooky thriller will be leaving Netflix this month. (March 31)

StudioCanal UK

'Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life' Season 1

It's time for Cooper Barrett to clean up his messy post-college life, and take it elsewhere since his show will no longer be streaming before the month is through. (March 31)

20th Century Fox Television

'Salem' Seasons 2-3

If you're looking to catch up on this WGN series about the Salem witch trials, you better do it soon. (March 31)

WGN America

'The Good Son'

This month will be the last one in which you can be terrorized by Macaulay Culkin's evil brother. #JusticeForElijahWood (March 31)

20th Century Fox

'Rosewood' Season 1

Morris Chestnut's private pathologist Dr. Beaumont Rosewood, Jr., is leaving Netflix, and, boy, are you going to want to watch him before he goes. (March 31)

20th Century Fox Television

'Life in Pieces' Season 1

Life is short, and so is this CBS show's lifespan on Netflix. Spend a little time with all three generations of the Short family before they go. (March 30)

20th Century Fox Television

'The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou'

Whether you're sick of these dolphins or not, go for one last deep dive into this Wes Anderson and Bill Murray joint. (March 26)

Buena Vista Pictures

'Who Framed Roger Rabbit'

Oh, honey bunny, it's unfortunately time to say goodbye to Roger Rabbit. Or, as Porky Pig might say, "Th-th-th-that's all, folks!" (March 24)

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You're going to have to move a little faster than Flash the three-toed sloth if you want to see Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde crack the case of what's causing all the animals in Zootopia to hit a feral state. (March 20)

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

'V/H/S: Viral'

This is one viral video you might want to think twice before watching. (March 19)

Magnet Releasing

'The Killing' Seasons 1-2

You don't have too much time left to try and solve this brutal case that covers the first two seasons of the AMC drama, so you might want to get started. (March 13)

Fox Television Studios

'City Of God: 10 Years Later'

For fans of the 2002 Brazilian crime film, this 2013 documentary looks at where the actors are now. (March 13)

Livres Filmes

'Disney’s The Santa Clause 1-3'

Since it's not December or July, it's time to say goodbye to Christmas with one last marathon of the Santa Clause trilogy. (March 12)

Buena Vista Pictures Distribution


If you're looking for a bit of adventure, check out this German film in which a woman becomes an unwitting accessory to a crime. (March 8)

Senator Film

'The Finest Hours'

Want to watch Chris Pine and his baby blues play hero on a boat? Well, you better carve out some time to watch this 2016 historical thriller before it's gone for good. (March 6)

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

'Safe Haven'

Get one good last cry in with this Nicholas Sparks tearjerker starring Julianne Hough as a woman with a secret looking for a place to stay. (March 4)

Relativity Media


Amanda Seyfried plays the titular character, who gets a little too close to a couple, played by Julianne Moore and Liam Neeson, and things get very weird. (March 4)

Sony Pictures Classics

'The Craft'

Get your witchiest friends together for a game of light as a feather, stiff as a board, and surrender yourself to a higher power. Namely, one last viewing of this '90s teen classic. (March 1)

Columbia Pictures

'Slums of Beverly Hills'

Praise be to Natasha Lyonne in this coming-of-age story that gets at all the very real awkwardness of growing up. (March 1)

Fox Searchlight Pictures


Whether you've seen it before or not — and, let's be honest, you may just not remember — jog your memory by watching this Christopher Nolan thriller before it leaves Netflix. (March 1)

Summit Entertainment

'Jaws 1-4'

Duuun dun duuun dun dun dun, there's something in the water, but that pesky shark will soon be out on Netflix. Jaws 1, 2, 3 and the Revenge are leaving, so make sure you don't get caught on the wrong-sized boat. (March 1)

Universal Pictures


Let Will Smith teach you the art of wooing a woman, and, when that's done, let him teach you how to be a better Instagrammer. (March 1)

Columbia Pictures

'FernGully: The Last Rainforest'

Whether you love fairies or the rainforest, it's worth revisiting this animated kid's classic. (March 1)

20th Century Fox

'Baby's Day Out'

Treat yourself to a day of fun with this baby who definitely shouldn't be crossing the street or hanging out on that scaffolding by himself. (March 1)

20th Century Fox


Don't miss a chance to watch Sigourney Weaver play a journalist covering a murder that may not be exactly what the eyewitness claims. Let's be honest, never miss Sigourney doing anything. (March 1)

20th Century Fox

'Less Than Zero'

Watch a young not-yet-Iron Man Robert Downey, Jr. show off his acting chops in this '80s film that is basically an anti-drug PSA. (March 1)

20th Century Fox

'Trigger Point'

This 2015 thriller puts a dangerous spin on activism. But, don't worry, it shouldn't scare you out of donating your time and money to your favorite cause. (March 1)

Incendo Productions


This 2002 Vin Diesel action movie is worth a re-watch just for his coat alone. Seriously, that's a lewk. (March 1)

Columbia Pictures


The beloved (formerly) not-Disney princess is saying "dasvidaniya" to Netflix all too soon. (March 1)

20th Century Fox