It’s time again for one of our favorite streaming lists! What’s New on Netflix in March! As a Netflix Stream Team Member, I love bringing you a list of shows and movies that are coming to Netflix each month, and leaving. Check out the list of What’s Coming to Netflix in March 2016 so you can mark your calendars for a cozy night on the couch, as well as what you need to stream before it’s gone!
What’s New on Netflix in March
- Adult Beginners (2015): When what was to be a major business coup turns into a financial disaster, penniless entrepreneur Jake decamps from Manhattan and lands on his sister’s doorstep in suburbia — where he ends up as nanny to his 3-year-old nephew.
- Ahora o Nunca (2015): Álex and Eva are a happy couple who, after years of relationship, have decided to marry in the English countryside village where they met each other. However, an unexpected problem occurs: everything that can go wrong does.
- Aldnoah.Zero: Season 2: An assassination plot rekindles a war between Earth and the settlers of a mysterious, high-tech Martian empire in this action-packed anime series.
- American Pie Presents: Beta House (2007): Dwight Stifler (Steve Talley) and his cousin Erik (John White) are back for another piece of the pie in this epic battle of the frats, which pits the beloved Beta house against the rival GEKs in a contest for social supremacy. The two houses square off in the long-banned competition known as the Games. Eugene Levy returns as Mr. Levenstein and Meghan Heffern co-stars as Erik’s new love, a nice girl who isn’t down with the fraternity high jinks.
- American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile (2006): This offshoot of the raunchy American Pie imprint stars John White as Erik Stifler, the virginal cousin and polar opposite of Matt and Steve Stifler, who decides to abstain from sex with his girlfriend until they’re ready. Adam’s outlook on life changes, however, when he and his friends participate in a naked run across campus sponsored by his cousin’s (Steve Talley) university, prompting Adam to come out of his prude shell.
- Before We Go (2015): When Brooke Dalton is mugged and misses the last train back to Boston, she’s by herself in the predatory darkness of New York City. After busker Nick Vaughan comes to her aid, the two forge a connection — which brings complications in the morning.
- Blue Mountain State: The Rise of Thadland (2016): When a new school dean threatens to clean up the Blue Mountain State image by auctioning off the infamous Goat House, Alex, Sammy and the boys must find a way to convince star football alum Thad Castle to get involved. There is one small favor that Thad needs done before he saves the day: the biggest booze-and-sloot fest in BMS history.
- El Desconocido (2015): A bank executive receives an anonymous phone call informing him he has just a few hours to obtain a large amount of money or a bomb under his seat will explode.
- Fresh Meat: Series 2: This comedy series follows six young individuals embarking on the most exciting journey of their lives so far: university.
- Frog Kingdom (2013): When her father offers her hand in marriage as the prize for the Froglypics, the frog princess runs off and tries to turn the tables on him.
- Good Burger (1997) — NETFLIX EXCLUSIVE: Two L.A. teens with summer jobs at Good Burger try to save their small restaurant when a corporate giant burger franchise moves in across the street. Will their special secret sauce save Good Burger and their jobs?
- Groundhog Day (1993): Sent to cover the annual appearance of world-famous groundhog Punxsutawney Phil, a self-centered TV weatherman unleashes his bitterness — and soon realizes he’s doomed to repeat Groundhog Day until he learns that his actions can affect the outcome.
- Heaven Knows What (2015): Based on Arielle Holmes’ memoir of life in New York City’s drug underground, this harrowing drama follows a 19-year-old heroin addict and her mercurial, obsessive relationship with an abusive junkie boyfriend.
- Hot Sugar’s Cold World (2015): Cameras follow musical innovator Nick Koenig, aka Hot Sugar, as he captures the noises of Paris and transforms them into one-of-a-kind soundscapes.
- Midsomer Murders: Series 17 — NETFLIX EXCLUSIVE: In this detective drama, a police inspector and his sergeant crack hard-to-solve crimes in the fictional English county of Midsomer.
- Narcopolis (2015): In a futuristic world where recreational drugs are legal and provided by a giant corporation, a murder pushes a gritty detective to expose corruption.
- Road Trip: Beer Pong (2009): When three college pals hit the road to compete in a big-time beer pong tournament, their trip morphs into an epic highway odyssey involving a gun-wielding hitchhiker babe, three lovely strippers and a busload of other busty beauties.
- Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991): Kevin Costner stars as Sherwood Forest’s outlaw hero in this 1991 version of the classic tale of intrigue, romance and pageantry. When the dastardly Sheriff of Nottingham (Alan Rickman) murders Robin’s father, the legendary archer vows vengeance. To accomplish his mission, Robin joins forces with a band of exiled villagers (and comely Maid Marian), and together they battle to end the evil sheriff’s reign of terror.
- Scarface (1983): Brian De Palma’s crime drama stars Al Pacino as Cuban refugee Tony Montana, who becomes a drug kingpin in 1980s Miami but makes the fatal mistake of getting high on his own cocaine supply.
- Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979): This first Star Trek film reunites the U.S.S. Enterprise’s original crew from the 1960s television show. Capt. James T. Kirk (William Shatner) — now an admiral — and his former crew must save humanity from a giant alien ship steadily approaching Earth. There’s conflict on the ship as well as in the universe, as displaced Cmdr. Decker (Stephen Collins), the Enterprise’s new captain, becomes Kirk’s assistant. Leonard Nimoy and DeForest Kelley co-star.
- Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982): To escape his desk job, Adm. James T. Kirk (William Shatner) returns to the USS Enterprise, assisting Spock (Leonard Nimoy) in a training mission for Starfleet cadets. But the inexperienced crew is put to the test when escaped villain Khan (Ricardo Montalban) steals a powerful weapon and comes after the admiral seeking revenge. Now, Kirk must use all his wiles and whip the cadets into shape if they hope to defeat Khan’s deadly traps.
- The Young Kieslowski (2014): A gawky Bible student and a nerdy physics geeks spend one alcohol-fueled night of lust, which leaves the ill-equipped teens expecting a set of twins.
- For Grace (2015): As chef Curtis Duffy oversees every aspect of opening his own restaurant, Grace, he recalls his turbulent childhood and difficult adult relationships.
- House of Cards: Season 4 (2016) — NETFLIX ORIGINAL: A ruthless politician will stop at nothing to conquer Washington, D.C., in this Emmy and Golden Globe-winning political drama.
- Lab Rats: Season 4: When high schooler Leo moves into his stepfather’s home, he’s surprised to learn he has three stepsiblings — each with bionic powers.
- LEGO Friends: The Power of Friendship (2016) — NETFLIX ORIGINAL: Five best friends face adventures side by side in their hometown. Zany antics, love and missteps are better with friends!
- LEGO: Bionicle: The Journey to One: Season 1 (2016) — NETFLIX ORIGINAL: Six legendary heroes find themselves on an epic quest as they harness the power of nature’s elements to defeat the forces of evil.
- Louie: Season 5: Louis C.K. plays a fictional version of himself in this Emmy-winning series that follows the comedian through the lows of being an awkward single dad.
- Hell & Back (2015): When best friends break a blood oath, one of them is cast away to hell, and the other two must save him from the misfits of the underworld.
- Cuckoo: Seasons 1-2 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL: Rachel shocks her proper British parents when she marries an American hippie, but it’s just the first in a series of surprises for the family.
- Halo: The Fall of Reach (2015): In the future, a colonized universe lives under a tyrannical regime, and one hero must help humans keep a super squad from annihilating all rebels.
- Sin Filtro (2016): Pía is on the verge of a nervous breakdown: Her boss humiliates her, her husband ignores her, her stepson does not respect her, and her best friend does not listen to her. Pía has a strong chest pain and decides to undergo an acupuncture treatment. The Chinese doctor discovers that Pía’s pain is caused by repressed feelings and with an ancient technique he removes her emotional filter. Pía realizes that the only way to heal is to say everything she thinks… which will not bring good results.
- Digimon Fusion: Season 2 — NETFLIX EXCLUSIVE: A human boy is transported into the Digital World, along with his two best friends, where he is charged with saving the Digimon against annihilation.
- The Returned: Season 1 — NETFLIX EXCLUSIVE: People from a small town, long presumed dead, suddenly re-emerge as they were before they left, to the joy and confusion of their loved ones. But as the resurrected try to assimilate, some question whether they’re who they claim to be.
- Comedy Bang! Bang!: Season 4, part 3: Scott Aukerman brings his popular podcast Comedy Bang! Bang! to television, along with his co-host and bandleader, Reggie Watts.
- Hateship Loveship (2013): Hired to look after an elderly man and his teenage granddaughter, a dowdy caretaker finds herself drawn to the girl’s ne’er-do-well father, never realizing that the subversive teen has been sending her tender e-mails in her father’s name.
- Dinotrux: Season 2 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL: Half dinosaur, half construction truck, full-on fun! Watch giant Ty Rux, his little buddy Revvit and the crew come face-to-face with evil D-Structs.
- Flaked: Season 1 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL: In the insular world of Venice, California, Chip does his honest best to stay one step ahead of the lies that prop up his image and his sobriety.
- Netflix Presents: The Characters: Season 1 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL: One show. Eight comedians. Multiple personalities. In Netflix Presents: The Characters, the next generation of comedians get the opportunity to create their own 30-minute episodes and do whatever they want. No rules. No limits. Each comedian writes and appears in his/her episode, presenting a series of sketches that veer wildly from Bachelor parodies, to music videos, to biblical spoofs… all in the name of outlaw comedy.
- Popples: Season 2 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL: The adorable Best Popple Pals love helping their friends and neighbors, but every time they do it seems to backfire in hilarious ways.
- Shelter (2015): Set on the mean streets of New York City, this moving drama follows two homeless souls — a heroin junkie and a Nigerian immigrant — who join forces for survival and soon fall in love. But secrets from the past threaten to derail the relationship.
- 10,000 Saints (2015): After a friend overdoses, 17-year-old Jude is uprooted from his Vermont home and sent to live with his father in New York City. Amid a social scene awash in drugs and alcohol, Jude unexpectedly finds kinship with a group of straight-edge abstainers.
- 4GOT10 (2015): Brian Barnes wakes up in the desert wounded and with no memory and no idea why he’s surrounded by eight bodies, a van with four million in cash and a van full of cocaine. Brian is pursued by not only notorious drug lord Danny Perez who desperately want his money back, and DEA Agent Rooker, but also a by the corrupt Sheriff Olson who will stop at nothing to get his hand on the new found fortune.
- The Falling (2015): After a conservative English boarding school suffers a tragic and mysterious death, 16-year-old best friends Lydia and Abbie begin exhibiting disturbing swooning fits. Soon the inexplicable affliction spreads en masse to the other students.
- Final Girl (2015): When Veronica enrolls in a new high school, she doesn’t know that a sadistic pack of teens has been luring girls into the forest, then hunting and killing them. But when the gang targets Veronica, she puts her covert assassination skills to work.
- Finders Keepers (2015) – NETFLIX EXCLUSIVE: In an episode amplified and enabled by the media, Shannon Whisnant finds an amputated leg in the grill he purchased at an auction. Sucked into a mass-media whirlpool, Whisnant decides to make the most of his moment — but then the limb’s owner shows up.
- Power Rangers Dino Charge: Season 1, part 2: In the time of dinosaurs, the ancient and powerful Energems were lost on Earth, and now the evil bounty hunter Sledge has returned to find them.
- War Pigs (2015): Dispatched on a vital mission against Nazi forces during World War II, a scruffy band of misfit soldiers penetrates enemy lines to try and capture a colossal super-cannon that could turn the tide of the entire war.
- Are You Here (2014): When bipolar man-child Ben learns his estranged father has died, he and his womanizing best friend head to the family farm, which has been bequeathed to Ben. But will his resentful sister block the inheritance and all the opportunity it represents?
- Charlie St. Cloud (2010): As the caretaker of the cemetery where his brother Sam is buried, Charlie has lots of time to commune with the dead. But when Charlie meets a mysterious young woman, he must decide whether to move forward or remain trapped in the past.
- Gridiron Gang (2006): In this moving drama, a probation officer at a detention camp for juvenile delinquents hopes to mold teen inmates into a successful football team — but his superiors have their doubts. With a spirited co-worker’s help, he just may prove them wrong.
- Happy Valley: Season 2 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL: Yorkshire police sergeant Catherine Cawood pursues the man who assaulted her late daughter, unaware he is now part of a secret kidnapping plot.
- Larry Crowne (2011): After he’s laid off from his longtime job at a soulless retail giant, average middle-aged guy Larry Crowne decides it’s time to change his life by heading back to college, where he finds a new perspective — and a new romance with a professor.
- Promised Land (2012): Taking advantage of hard economic times, two salespeople for a natural gas company come to a small town to buy drilling rights from the residents. To their surprise, a local schoolteacher mobilizes a campaign aimed at blocking the company’s plans.
- He Never Died (2015): Cursed with immortality and a hunger for human flesh, Jack lives a cloistered life, feeding his appetite by purchasing blood from a hospital intern. But Jack’s life is upended when some gangland thugs and his long-lost daughter enter the picture.
- Jimmy Carr: Funny Business (2016) — NETFLIX ORIGINAL: British comedian Jimmy Carr unleashes his deadpan delivery and wickedly funny one-liners to a sold-out audience at the UK’s Hammersmith Apollo.
- Marvel’s Daredevil: Season 2 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL: Blinded as a young boy, Matt Murdock fights injustice by day as a lawyer and by night as the Super Hero Daredevil in Hell’s Kitchen, New York City.
- The Mr. Peabody and Sherman Show: Season 2 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL: In their new show, Mr. Peabody and Sherman host a zany late-night comedy show from a swanky penthouse, with time-traveling guests and a live audience!
- My Beautiful Broken Brain (2016) — NETFLIX ORIGINAL: After suffering a stroke at the age of 34, filmmaker Lotje Sodderland struggles to live an independent life and regain the ability to communicate.
- Pee-wee’s Big Holiday (2016) — NETFLIX ORIGINAL: A chance encounter with a mysterious stranger (Joe Manganiello) points Pee-wee toward his destiny — and his first-ever holiday!
- The Art of Organized Noize (2016) — NETFLIX EXCLUSIVE: As pioneers of the Dirty South music movement, Organized Noize is responsible for Outkast, CeeLo, the Goodie Mob and the Dungeon Family. Their production shaped the landscape of hip-hop with their own distinctive sound, created in the confines of a dungeon. Featuring interviews with Andre 3000, Big Boi, Puff Daddy, Future, Ludacris, L.A. Reid, 2 Chainz, CeeLo and more, this is the story of the rise and fall of music’s most prolific unsung heroes. From Flavor Unit and the producers of Lil Wayne’s “The Carter” documentary, this is the Art of Organized Noize.
- The Ouija Experiment 2: Theatre of Death (2015): A group of unsuspecting theatre goers are trapped, after a ravenous spirit is resurrected and released from a Ouija board.
- The Forbidden Kingdom (2008): Kung fu legends Jackie Chan and Jet Li star in this rousing adventure about a martial arts movie fanatic who finds himself transported to war-torn ancient China after discovering a mystical staff in a pawnshop.
- A Promise (2013): Hired on to assist a wealthy German industrialist with his affairs, a dutiful young protege promptly falls in love with his employer’s beautiful wife.
- VeggieTales in the House: Season 3 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL: The exciting new adventures of Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber, and all their Veggie friends as you’ve never seen them before: in the house!
- Trailer Park Boys: Season 10 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL: Follow the booze-fueled misadventures of three longtime pals and petty serial criminals who run scams from their Nova Scotia trailer park.
- Bachelor Party 2: The Last Temptation (2007): Ron (Josh Cooke) is ready to settle down and get married, but first, he must survive his out-of-control bachelor party. With his best buds shoving booze, women and more booze in his face, Ron is going to have a tough time fighting temptation. Stripper fights, a sex addicts’ convention and male nudity all lead to solid laughs in this outrageous sequel to the 1984 comedy hit Bachelor Party.
- Fright Night 2 (2013): Studying abroad in Romania, high schoolers Charley and Ed must stop a sexy vampire’s chilling plan to bathe in the blood of a “new moon virgin” — who happens to be Charley’s ex-girlfriend. The guys enlist the help of a vampire-hunting TV show host.
- Murder Rap: Inside the Biggie and Tupac Murders (2015): This documentary examines the murders of rap stars Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls, killings that have elicited countless conspiracy theories.
- Sunshine Superman (2015): Obsessed with skydiving since childhood, Carl Boenish pioneered foot-launched human flight — aka BASE jumping — as chronicled in this fascinating documentary. Footage of Boenish’s earliest feats includes his famed leap from Yosemite’s El Capitan.
- Yu-Gi-Oh! Bonds Beyond Time (2011): In a post-apocalyptic future, Yugi and his crew travel to the past to keep Paradox from wiping out his timeline and wreaking ruin on civilization.
- Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal: Seasons 1-2: The near-future story revolves around Yuma Tukumo, a 13 year-old rookie duelist honing his skills with help from Astral, the mysterious life-form from a parallel world who suddenly appears before Yuma.
Shows Leaving Netflix in March 2016
- American Pie – March 1st
- Gone in 60 Seconds – March 1st
- Hackers – March 1st
- Jumanji – March 1st
- Indecent Proposal – March 1st
- Hitch – March 1st
You can also check out what’s new on Netflix in February as well!