Here’s what’s coming to Netflix in March
25.02.2020

Here’s what’s coming to Netflix in March

Photo by Steve Dietl/Netflix

Hello laptop, my old friend.

Another month has come and gone and summer is almost over, but before you get hung up on how fast 2020 is speeding by, revel in the fact that the beginning of March brings with it a fresh batch of Netflix content. Whether you binged season two of Ozark in an inhumanly short amount of time and have spent the subsequent months impatiently waiting for your next hit, you’re chasing your next true-crime obsession or you just want some fresh films to choose from next movie night, it’ll all be just a click away come March. Here’s what we can’t wait to watch next month.

Spenser Confidential

Let’s face it, Marky Mark was born to play the gun-toting badass role and with Spenser Confidential, he’s in his prime. Playing ex-cop and ex-con Spenser, Wahlberg finds himself roped into solving a murder with the help of aspiring MMA fighter Hawk (Winston Duke). Inspired by Ace Atkins’ best-selling novel Robert B. Parker’s Wonderland, you can expect explosive stunts and twisting plotlines with this action-packed comedy.

It comes to Netflix on Friday March 6.

Ozark – Season Three

The Byrde family are back for another season of Ozark. Taking off six months from where they left us at the end of season two, the casino is up and running and Wendy and Marty are still desperately trying to gain control over the utter shitstorm that has become their lives. Amongst alliances, drug cartel leaders, and the general tangle of crime and deceit they’ve found themselves in, you can bet it’ll be another binge-worthy season full of curveballs and all-out chaos. Buckle up.

It comes to Netflix on Friday March 27. 

Lost Girls

If you were a fan of UnbelievableLost Girls will be right up your alley. After 24-year-old Shannan Gilbert disappears, her mum Mari (Amy Ryan) becomes hellbent on finding her. Through retracing her daughter’s last known steps, Mari’s investigation takes an unexpected turn when she begins to uncover a series of unsolved murders. Inspired by Robert Kolker’s best-selling novel of the same name, this mystery promises to be a suspenseful ride.

It comes to Netflix on Friday March 13. 

Feel Good

Navigating relationships in the modern age of romance is hard enough, but throw addiction and burgeoning sexuality into the mix and things really start to get tricky. Feel Good follows stand-up comedian and recovering addict Mae (Mae Martin) as she juggles life, recovery and new love. With all the balls up in the air, can Mae put her addictive nature aside to form a healthy relationship? This one will make you laugh, cry and reflect – possibly all at once.

It comes to Netflix on Thursday March 19.

Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness

In the same league as Don’t Fuck With Cats, if only for the sheer unbelievability of the story at hand, Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness is a wild ride of murder, homemade videos and felines. The limited docuseries follows ‘Joe Exotic’, a tiger petting zoo owner from Oklahoma whose rap sheet includes killing five tiger cubs and ordering a hit on a prominent animal rights activist. Almost too wild to be true, Tiger King will sink its claws in the way only a good true-crime tale can.

It comes to Netflix on Friday March 20.

Check out the full March Netflix schedule below. 

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