New Netflix Releases to Watch (or Not) in March

How to get the most out of your Netflix subscription this month.
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How to get the most out of your Netflix subscription this month.
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Each month, Netflix releases an influx of new titles into their instant viewing library to keep the wheels of the binge-watching machine turning. Because there are limited hours to spend doing said binge-watching, we’re letting you know what to catch and what to skip.

What We’re Adding to Our Queue ASAP (And Why You Should Too)

30 for 30: Of Miracles and Men (March 1)

30 for 30s are generally solid picks, and this one is a fascinating in-depth look at Soviet hockey



Food Chains (March 5th)

Remember when Food, Inc. blew your mind about what really goes on in the food industry really looks like? Expect the same from Food Chains (produced by Eva Longoria and Eric Schossler), a film which tackles the human costs of food production.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (March 6th)

Tina Fey’s newest creation, about a woman who escapes a doomsday cult and moves to New York, is the must-watch comedy series of the month.

Aziz Ansari Live at Madison Square Garden (March 6th)

The man knows his way around a comedy special. He debuted his previous one, Buried Alive, with Netflix too -- re-watch it to get warmed up for this.

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Marvel & ESPN Films Present: 1 of 1: Genesis (March 15th)

This documentary looks at how the real lives of superstar athletes mirror those of fictional Superheroes from the Marvel comics.

Life Itself (March 19th)

A remarkable look at the late, great, and entirely inimitable film critic, Roger Ebert. We’re sure he would have approved.

Bloodline (March 20th)

This gritty, action packed family drama set is set in the Florida Keys and stars Coach Taylor. If that’s not enough of a selling point for the Netlflix original series, watch a boat explode in the trailer

Garfunkel and Oates: Season 1 (March 25th)

The antics of our favorite comedy-folk are always worth watching, especially if you didn’t catch them on IFC the first time around.

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The Man with the Iron Fists (March 31st)

It’s a martial arts film starring RZA. Need we say more?

What We’re Watching if We’re Looking to Fill an Entertainment Void

Finding Neverland (March 1st)

Patch Adams (March 1st)

Rules of Engagement (March 1st)

My Own Man (March 6th)

Archer: Season 5 (March 7th)

Cesar Chavez (March 9th)

The Angriest Man in Brooklyn (March 9th)

Tyler Perry's The Single Moms Club (March 9th)

How to Train Your Dragon 2 (March 11th)

A Different World: Complete Series (March 15th)

3rd Rock From the Sun: Complete Series (March 15th)

Dummy (March 17th)

Mad Men: Season 7(March 22nd)

November Man (March 23rd)

Turn: Season 1 March 25th

Frankie & Alice March 27th

Trailer Park Boys: Season 9 March 27th

What We’re Skipping

Evelyn (March 1st)

Mercy Rule (March 1st)

Monster High 13 Wishes (March 1st)

Monster High: Ghouls Rule (March 1st)

Teen Witch (March 1st)

The Brothers Grimm (March 1st)

The ABCs of Death 2  (March 5th)

Glee: Season 5 (March 7th)

After the Fall  (March 9th)

Monster High: Haunted (March 10th)

You're Not You (March 17th)

God's Not Dead (March 20th)

Ask Me Anything (March 31st)

Photos by Saeed Ayani/Netflix