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Netflix: What to watch in March 2023

The next month for the streamer has a few interesting shows and movies set to debut.

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With March just around the corner, many of you are no doubt wondering about what Netflix has in store for its subscribers for the month. With a new slate of exciting shows and movies planned, we've pulled together what we think are the best and most interesting additions for the month.

TV Series

Chris Rock: Selective Outrage - March 5

The famous comedian is back with an all-new stand-up special that will even air live at 3:00 GMT on the morning of March 5 for anyone in the UK.

Netflix: What to watch in March 2023
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MH370: The Plane That Disappeared - March 8

This documentary series explores the confounding case that surrounded the disappearance of the MH370 flight, which remains an open case to this day.

Agent Elvis - March 17

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Animated series from the studio behind Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse that sees Matthew McConaughey voicing the King of Rock and Roll as he is inducted into a secret government programme.


Waco: American Apocalypse - March 22

Limited documentary series that looks into the incident in Texas in 1993, when cult leader David Koresh engaged with the federal government for a 51-day siege.

The Night Agent - March 23

This Original series picks up on what happens after a phone in the basement of the White House that never rings, actually rings.


Unstable - March 30

Rob Lowe stars in this comedy series that revolves around a biotech genius who is attempting to overcome grief with the help of his son.


Fall - March 2

This 2022 film follows two best friends who decide to climb a 2,000 foot radio tower and soon find themselves stranded at its peak.

The Unholy - March 2

This horror film from 2021 explores a young teen who discovers they have the ability to heal people and soon after credits the powers to the Virgin Mary.

Luther: The Fallen Sun - March 10

Idris Elba returns to star as his long-running role of a grizzled British detective, in a movie that picks up after the fifth season of the BBC crime drama.


Marmaduke - March 15

Owen Wilson and Emma Stone star in the 2010 film that sees a troublesome Great Dane causing all kinds of havoc for his owners.

The Magician's Elephant - March 17

This animated feature film sees a young boy having to complete three impossible tasks given by a strange elephant, all on his journey to save and help his sister.

Murder Mystery 2 - March 30

Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston are back again as Nick and Audrey in a hopefully hilarious and daft sequel that sees the pair solving the kidnapping of one of their close friends after he was snatched at his own wedding.


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