March brings a diverse mix of movies, series, and documentaries across Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, and HBO. Here are our picks of new, returning, or notable series and movies that beg for your binge this month.

New on Netflix in March

Triple Frontier on Netflix

Triple Frontier: Ben Affleck leads an all-star cast in this movie about disenfranchised U.S. military veterans who decide to fund their retirements by robbing a South American cartel.

  • 3/1 – Saving Mr. Banks –  Tom Hanks plays Walt Disney in the story behind the original Mary Poppins film
  • 3/1 – Losers –  Documentary series about athletes who bounce back from defeat
  • 3/1 – The Boy Who Harnessed the WindChiwetel Ejiofor directs and stars in this memoir adaptation
  • 3/3 – Patriot Act With Hasan Minhaj: Volume 2 – New episodes every Sunday
  • 3/5 – Christopher Robin –  Winnie the Pooh and friends come to life in a live action film starring Ewan McGregor
  • 3/6 – Secret City: Under the Eagle – Season 2
  • 3/7 – The Order – Season 1; about a college student in a war between dark magic practitioners and werewolves
  • 3/13 – Triple Frontier – Movie starring Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, Pedro Pascal, and Charlie Hunnam
  • 3/15 – Queer Eye – Season 3
  • 3/15 – Arrested Development – Season 5B
  • 3/15 – Turn Up Charlie – Season 1; Idris Elba is a struggling DJ who becomes ‘manny’ to a friend’s celebrity daughter
  • 3/19 – Amy Schumer: Growing – Comedy special
  • 3/22 – The Dirt – A biopic about infamous hair metal band Mötley Crüe based on their memoir
  • 3/29 – Santa Clarita Diet – Season 3
  • 3/29 – The Highwaymen – Texas Ranger pursue Bonnie and Clyde; starring Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson
  • 3/31 – Trailer Park Boys: The Animated Series – The long running live action series continues as a cartoon

New to Amazon in March

Colette starring Keira Knightley

Colette: Keira Knightley stars in this period drama based on the true story of a French novelist whose phenomenally successful work was presented as that of her husband’s.

  • 3/1 – The Widow – Season 1; British action/suspense/drama starring Kate Beckinsale
  • 3/1 – The Practice – Entire series; David E. Kelley’s legal drama
  • 3/1 – Boston Legal – Entire series; David E. Kelley’s comedic (legal dramedy) spinoff of The Practice
  • 3/1 – Little House on the Prairie – Entire series
  • 3/1 – The Unit – Entire series; CBS action/drama inspired by the U.S. Army’s Delta Force
  • 3/8 – Tin Star – Season 2
  • 3/8 – I Can Only Imagine– A Christian drama about the best-selling Christian single of all time
  • 3/11 – The Royals – Season 4
  • 3/12 – Acrimony – Tyler Perry directed psychological thriller starring Taraji P. Henson
  • 3/12 – Colette – Period drama telling the true story of a French novelist starring Keira Knightley
  • 3/15 – Catastrophe – Season 4
  • 3/22 – Cold War – Oscar nominated love story taking place over 20 years across the East/West of postwar Europe
  • 3/29 – Hanna – Season 1

New to Hulu in March

Free Solo Documentary

Free Solo: This gripping story won the 2019 Oscar for Best Documentary Feature and follows rock climber Alex Honnold as he attempts to climb Yosemite’s 3,000ft El Capitan without a rope.

  • 3/1 – He Named Me Malala – Documentary on Malala Yousafzai, a girls’ education advocate targeted by the Taliban
  • 3/8 – Hang Ups – Season 1; British sitcom about a therapist working via webcam
  • 3/8 – I Can Only Imagine– A Christian drama about the best-selling Christian single of all time
  • 3/9 – Keeping Up With the Kardashians – Season 15
  • 3/12 – Acrimony – Tyler Perry directed psychological thriller starring Taraji P. Henson
  • 3/13 – Free Solo – Best Documentary Feature Oscar winner about a rock climber without a rope
  • 3/14 – ShopliftersBest Foreign Language Film Oscar nominee about an unconventional family and hard times
  • 3/15 – Shrill – Season 1; Based on a memoir about a woman who wants to change her life, not her body
  • 3/16 – Tea With the Dames – Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Eileen Atkins, and Joan Plowright discuss their careers
  • 3/18 – Assassination Nation – A violent satire of social media culture
  • 3/19 – Fear the Walking Dead – Season 4
  • 3/24 – Catfish – Season 7
  • 3/27 – Monsters and Men – A film in which a black man’s death at the hands of the police sparks tensions and action

New to HBO in March

The Inventor - Elizabeth Holmes on HBO

The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley: Elizabeth Holmes became the youngest self-made billionaire in history when she founded revolutionary blood testing company Theranos — a company built on lies.

  • 3/1 – The Devil Wears Prada – Anne Hathaway, Meryl Streep, and Emily Blunt in their most fashionable film
  • 3/1 – My Friend Dahmer – Drama based on the true story of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer’s early years
  • 3/2 – Skyscraper – Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson stars in an over-the-top action blockbuster
  • 3/4 – Leaving Neverland – A shocking documentary about two men who allege abuse by Michael Jackson as boys
  • 3/9 – Teen Titans Go! To the Movies – Feature length animated superhero movie that pokes fun at superhero movies
  • 3/9 – Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom – The latest film in the “Jurassic” franchise
  • 3/16 – The First Purge – Prequel to “The Purge” movie franchise
  • 3/18 – The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley – Documentary about Silicon Valley’s infamous Elizabeth Holmes
  • 3/20 – The Miseducation of Cameron Post – A teenager is subjected to gay conversion therapy
  • 3/23 – The Meg – Jason Statham needs a bigger boat while fighting the world’s most outrageously huge shark
  • 3/30 – Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again – Musical sequel with Lily James playing the young version of Meryl Streep’s character
  • 3/31 – Veep – The final season’s premiere
  • 3/31 – Barry – Season 2 premiere