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What’s Streaming in March 2023?

by Nora Jaymes

Another month, another list of movies and television shows that are headed to your favorite streaming services! Is it just us, or does it feel like your list of shows you want to watch never seems to get any shorter? Whether you’re on the lookout for a new documentary series, movies based on true events and books, or you’re addicted to mysteries, you’re going to want to get a pen and paper ready!

What’s Streaming on Apple TV?

Ted Lasso S3 (March 15): Return to the field with West Ham United in this highly anticipated next installment of Apple TV’s hit series! There aren’t many definite details about this season yet, but the writers promise tension, character evolution, and so much more!

Stillwater (March 15): Stillwater is back after a hiatus this month! Based on the Zen Shorts book series by Jon J Muth, this animated series stars a wise panda and gives children a deeper understanding of their feelings and tools to help them face typical life challenges.

Extrapolations (March 17): Meryl Streep, Edward Norton, Kit Harington, Tobey Maguire, Keri Russel, Diane Lane, the stars in this limited series from Apple TV is ENDLESS. This fictional series introduces a near future where the chaotic effects of climate change have become embedded in our everyday lives. The viewer follows eight interwoven stories about love, work, faith, and family from across the globe and will explore the intimate, life-altering choices that must be made when the planet is changing faster than the population.

My Kind of Country (March 24): Up-and-coming artists are invited to Nashville, TN, to showcase their unique sound in this fresh take on a competition series! Hosted by Reese Witherspoon and Kacey Musgraves.

What’s Streaming on Amazon Prime?

Daisy Jones & the Six (March 3): Based on the best-selling novel by Taylor Jenkins Reid and starring Riley Keough, Sam Claflin, Camila Morrone, and more, this series follows the rise and fall of an iconic 1970s rock band. The novel is done interview style, and based on the trailer, it looks like the show follows a similar mockumentary pattern. Book readers everywhere are salivating to get their hands on this – and this month, it’s finally here!

Swarm (March 17): A new horror-thriller series by the “Atlanta” creators Donald Glover and Janine Nabers that follows a young woman whose obsession with a pop star takes a dark turn.

The Power (March 31): Starring Toni Collette, this science fiction series explores what happens when a group of teenage girls mysteriously develop a power that allows them to conduct electricity at will.

What’s Streaming On Netflix?

Love at First Kiss (March 3): A Spanish romantic comedy. Javier can see the future, and he finally knows who the love of his life is. There's just one problem: it's his best friend's girlfriend.

You S4 Part 2 (March 9): Picking up where the midseason finale left off, Joe must make a choice that will change his life.

Luther: The Fallen Sun (March 10): Idris Elba stars as London police detective John Luther in this upcoming crime thriller. Serving as a film continuation of the British television series, this film follows Luther as he breaks out of prison to hunt down a serial killer he believes is responsible for a series of unsolved murders.

Shadow & Bone S2 (March 16): Determined to bring down the Shadow Fold and save Ravka from ruin, Alina and Mal must rally their powerful new allies to begin a journey to find two mythical creatures that will help them amplify their powers and defeat the Darkling.

The Magician’s Elephant (March 17): In this animated film (starring the voices of Brian Tyree Henry and Mandy Patinkin) based on the story by Kate DiCamillo, an orphaned boy is told by a fortune teller that an elephant will help him find his lost sister.

WACO: American Apocalypse (March 22): This immersive three-part docuseries includes never-before-seen material from the infamous 51-day standoff between federal agents and a heavily armed religious group in Waco, Texas in 1993.

The Night Agent (March 23): Based on the novel by Matthew Quirk, this action thriller follows a low-level FBI agent who works nights in the basement of the White House manning a phone line for undercover spies. The phone never rings…until it does.

Unstable (March 30): In this father-son comedy series created by and starring Rob Lowe and his actual son John Owen Lowe, an introverted son must work for his successful and wildly eccentric father to save his dad – and the company – from disaster.

Murder Mystery 2 (March 31): Following the first film's events, Nick and Audrey Spitz now own a private detective agency. However, after being invited to a friend's wedding, they land at the center of an international investigation after the same friend is kidnapped.

As always, this list barely skims the surface when it comes to what’s new on Netflix! There’s more foreign dramas, romances, and mysteries where these came from! So be sure to check it out!

What’s Streaming on Hulu?

Wreck (March 1): A British comedy horror set aboard a cruise ship that follows a recruit as he attempts to infiltrate a crew of 1000 people to find his missing sister who vanished on the previous tour aboard the same vessel.

History of the World: Part II S1 (March 6): Do you remember that Comedy Central series Drunk History that tried to bring humor to historical events? This series is Hulu’s more cohesively constructed version of that! From Shakespeare to Hitler to Harriet Tubman, this installment covers many of history’s greatest moments – with humor and a star-studded cast! Jack Black, Seth Rogan, Jake Johnson, Sarah Silverman, Nick Kroll, Wanda Skyes, and more!

Unprisoned (March 10): A scripted comedy starring Kerry Washington that follows a therapist and single mom whose life is turned right-side-up when her dad gets out of prison and moves to her house to live with her and her teenage son.

Boston Strangler (March 17): Starring Keira Knightley and Carrie Coon, this series is based on the true story of the infamous Boston Strangler murders and the female reporters who connected the dots and broke the story.

Rye Lane (March 31): Two twenty-somethings, both reeling from bad break-ups, connect over the course of an eventful day in South London -- helping each other deal with their nightmare exes and potentially restoring their faith in romance.

What’s Streaming on Disney+?

Mandalorian S3 (March 1): After two years without a new season, fans can finally see how things turn out for Boba Fet (a bounty hunter traveling to Mandalore to redeem his past transgressions), his companion Grogu (aka Baby Yoda), and his nemesis Din Djarin!

Bono and The Edge: A Sort of Homecoming with Dave Letterman (March 17): Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Morgan Neville captures Dave Letterman on his first visit to Dublin to hang out with Bono and The Edge in their hometown, experience Dublin, and join the two U2 musicians for a concert performance unlike any they’ve done before.

And that’s all, folks!

Be honest with us, how many did you add to your watchlist? It’s okay if the answer is all of them.

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