With the Academy Awards over and summer blockbuster season quickly approaching, Netflix is here to fill the gaps with more original programming and beloved television shows.
On the original programming side, Marvel’s Iron Fist’s much-anticipated first season comes out March 17 while the second season of Love and third season of Grace and Frankie come out March 10 and March 24, respectively. Continuing with their glut of original programming, March will also see the premiere of the first seasons of 13 Reasons Why (March 31), One More Time (March 10), Beau Sejour (March 16), Samurai Gourmet (March 17), Incobernable (March 24) and Bordertown (March 31).
Sundance film Burning Sands comes to Netflix on March 10 as does fellow Sundance flick The Discovery on March 31. On the comedy side, Amy Schumer’s new special, The Leather Special, comes to Netflix on March 7 as do specials from Jim Norton (March 14), Felipe Neto (March 24) and Jo Koy (March 28). Meanwhile on the more kid-friendly side of Netflix, Julie Andrews’ new educational pre-school series, Julie’s Greenroom, comes out March 17.
For the non-original programming slate, Disney’s Pete’s Dragon and The BFG will be available in mid-March. New seasons of The Vampire Diaries, How to Get Away With Murder, Greenleaf, Better Call Saul, and Archer will also hit Netflix this month as will Wes Anderson-directed favorite The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou.