The Netflix Releases To Watch This March 2017

Want to know what we’re watching this March? From Amy Schumer’s new stand-up comedy to Selena Gomez’ debut producing role for 13 Reasons Why, here’s our top Netflix releases to see this month…

The Craft, 1996

If you aren’t familiar with this supernatural-horror movie from the ’90s, get to know (even just for the styling inspiration). It follows four Catholic school girls who start casting dark spells, which soon encounter some pretty negative repercussions…

– Coming to Netflix on Friday 1st March

Amy Schumer: The Leather Special

American comedian Amy Schumer heads to Netflix for her latest stand-up comedy special, wearing a head-to-toe leather jumpsuit, suitably titled ‘The Leather Special’.

– Coming to Netflix on Tuesday 7th March

Julie’s Greenroom

The Sound of Music, Mary Poppins and Queen of Genovia in Princess Diaries… Acting icon Julie Andrews can do pretty much anything, so we wasn’t surprised when we heard she’s produced and starring in a Netflix puppet show series. With appearances from a-list stars (including Alec Baldwin and Frozen’s Idina Menzel) it’s a show for all ages.

– Coming to Netflix on Friday 17th March

Grace and Frankie – Season 3

Finally… Grace (Jane Fonda) and Frankie (Lily Tomlin) are back on our screens in the American comedy-series that stole our hearts back in 2015. The third series will focus on health and ageing, with a comic twist (of course).

– Coming to Netflix on Friday 24th March

13 Reasons Why

Selena Gomez’ debut producing role is here. Based on the mystery novel by Jay Asher, 13 Reasons Why follows the story of a teenage girl who leaves behind cassette tapes explaining her suicide.

– Coming to Netflix on Friday 31st March

The Discovery

This Netflix Original movie is on the top of our lists this March. Soon after the afterlife has been scientifically proven, the son (Jason Segal, How I Met Your Mother) of the man who made the discovery falls in love with a woman (Rooney Mara, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo) with a tragic and unnerving past.

– Coming to Netflix on Friday 31st March

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