With one week left of February, you’ve pretty much survived summer. Just about. You’re not out of the woods though yet, amigo, the searing heat could make a surprise reappearance at any moment – so don’t get ahead of yourselves just yet.
With much needed breezier days on the horizon (we can only hope), the only thing that remains certain at this point, is Netflix’s ability to convince us to forego any social situation and to remain locked inside, glued to our various devices. Thanks for that, we owe you one, Netflix.
March 2 – B: The Beginning Season 1
March 3 – Blindspot, Season 2
March 8 – Marvel’s Jessica Jones, Season 2
March 9 – Love, Season 3
The bold North American comedy is back to give us all an insight into both male and female perspective on modern day dating.
March 9 – David Letterman’s ‘My Next Guest Needs No Introduction’ with Malala Yousafzai.
March 16 – Edha Season 1
Drum roll please, for Netflix’s first ever Argentine produced series. Taking place mainly in Buenos Aires, the fashion world drama – thriller provides a compelling look into the realities of affairs and revenge.
March 21- Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments Season 3
March 23 – El Mecanismo Season 1
Directed by Chris Brancato (the guy behind Narcos), ‘El Mecanismo’ is loosely based on Brazil’s huge money laundering scandal, known as Operation Car Wash. For those unfamiliar, accusations have been made against Brazilian state owned fuel company Petrobras. Suspected of moving up to US $9.5 billion, the criminal investigation is on going and is probably the most prolific in Brazil’s history. Expect El Mecanismo to provide an intriguing and gritty look into the World of criminal rings and scandal.
March 23 – Alexa and Katie Season 1
March 23 – Santa Clarita Diet Season 2
March 30 – A Series of Unfortunate Events Season 2
March 1 – Loving Vincent
March 1 – The Last Five Years
March 1 – Shot Caller
March 3 – Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension
March 9 – The Outsider
Set in post World War II Japan, an escaped American prisoner sets out to repay his Yakuza cellmate who aided his realease. In trying to earn respect and repay debt, the American escapee finds himself dealing with the criminal underworld.
March 10 – By the Sea
March 10 – Krampus
March 12 – Annihilation
March 16 – Benji
March 23 – Source Code
March 23 – Game Over, Man!
March 24 – Room
Starring Brie Larson, ‘Room’ centers around a mother and son who have been incarcerated in one single room. For the young son (Jacob Tremblay), the room is the only place he has ever known. Room explores the bond between mother and son as well as relations between kidnapper and victim.
March 1 – A River Below
March 1 – Hondros
Award Winning documentary Hondros pays tribute to photojournalist Chris Hondros, who was killed in action back in April 2011 whilst reporting on Libya’s civil war. The documentary tells the stories behind Hondros’ most famous images, through interviews with many of the subjects as well as archival images. Long time friend and director Greg Campell honors Hondros both as a friend and photojournalist.
March 2 – Malena Pichot: Estupidez Compleja
March 8 – Ladies First
‘Ladies First’ follows the incredible true story of the Indian Olympian Archer, Deepika Kumari. Born on the roadside into poverty, Deepika chanced upon archery. In fact she was pretty good at it, within four years she was World number one.
March 13 – Ricky Gervais: Humanity
March 30 – Rapture Season 1
March 1 – Big Hero 6
March 2 – Voltron: Legendary Defensor
March 9 – Trolls : The Beat Goes On Season 2
The onscreen spin off from the major hit movie returns to Netflix screens for more happy – clappy troll time.
March 13 – Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters Season 2
March 15 – Spirit Riding Free Season 4
March 22 – Dinotrux Season 2