9 Binge-Worthy Shows & Must-See Films To Stream This March (VIDEOS)

March is in like a lion, out like a lamb ... or maybe let's forget about all of that and just stay inside and watch Netflix! Seriously, there's no better way to watch winter melt away into spring than to stay inside and indulge in some streaming TV. That being said, here's what's coming up on Netflix in March 2016.

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Okay, we have to talk about season four of House of Cards, amirite? Isn't that what we've been waiting for? It's been out in February every year until now ... but thankfully we only have to wait until the fourth to find out how many lives Frank and Claire Underwood have ruined...

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But in other news, these awesome shows and movies will be available in March.

March 1

Groundhog Day
Bill Murray gives hope to the rest of us losers that we can change our lives ... even if we don't have to relive the same day over and over again.


Star Trek I & II (but really just II, let's be honest)
The Wrath of Khan is one even non-Trekkies can get into. I'm not a Trekkie; I know these things.
 

March 4

House of Cards (Season 4)
It's back! What evil deeds could Frank Underwood possibly be up to this season?


Louie (Season 5)
For the Louis C.K. fans! It's only eight episodes long, but this season was hailed as smarter (and darker) than ever.

 
March 9

The Returned (Season 1)
From Lost producer Carlton Cuse, this supernatural thriller looks totally creepy.

 
March 11

Flaked (Season 1)
A "dry, slice-of-life comedy" starring Will Arnett. If that doesn't say everything you need to know, I don't know what will.


The Characters (Season 1)
Netflix gave eight up-and-coming comedians total freedom to make a show about whatever they want. It's either going to be really good, or really weird. Either way, it's worth a watch.


March 15

The Falling
Maisie Williams stars in a period film about an all-girls school in 1960s England.

 
March 18


Pee-wee's Big Holiday
How is it possible that Paul Reubens hasn't aged a day since we first met Pee-wee in the 30+ years we've known him? This one is sure to bring millennials right back to their childhoods.

 

Here's the full list of what's coming to Netflix in March 2016.

March 1
Adult Beginners

Ahora o Nunca
Aldnoah.Zero (Season 2)
American Pie Presents: Beta House
American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile
Before We Go
Blue Mountain State: The Rise of Thadland
El Desconocido
Fresh Meat (Series 2)
Frog Kingdom
Good Burger
Groundhog Day
Heaven Knows What
Hot Sugar’s Cold World
Midsomer Murders (Series 17)
Narcopolis
Road Trip: Beer Pong
Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
Scarface
Star Trek: The Motion Picture
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
The Young Kieslowski

March 2
For Grace

March 4
House of Cards
 (Season 4)
Lab Rats (Season 4)
Lego Friends: The Power of Friendship
Lego: Bionicle: The Journey to One (Season 1)
Louie (Season 5)

March 7
Cuckoo
 (Seasons 1-2)
Halo: The Fall of Reach
Sin Filtro

March 8
Digimon Fusion
 (Season 2)

March 9
The Returned (Season 1)

March 10
Comedy Bang! Bang!
(Season 4, part 3)
Hateship Loveship

March 11
Dinotrux
(Season 2)
Flaked (Season 1)
Netflix Presents: The Characters (Season 1)
Popples (Season 2)

March 12
Shelter

March 15
10,000 Saints

4GOT10
The Falling
Final Girl
Finders Keepers
Power Rangers Dino Charge (Season 1, part 2)
War Pigs

March 16
Are You Here

Charlie St. Cloud
Gridiron Gang
Happy Valley (Season 2)
Larry Crowne
Promised Land

March 18
He Never Died
Jimmy Carr: Funny Business
Marvel’s Daredevil (Season 2)
The Mr. Peabody and Sherman Show (Season 2)
My Beautiful Broken Brain
Pee-wee’s Big Holiday

March 22
The Art of Organized Noize

The Ouija Experiment 2: Theatre of Death

March 24
The Forbidden Kingdom

A Promise

March 25
Trailer Park Boys
(Season 10)

March 31
Bachelor Party 2: The Last Temptation

Fright Night 2
Murder Rap: Inside the Biggie and Tupac Murders
Sunshine Superman
Yu-Gi-Oh! Bonds Beyond Time
Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal (Seasons 1-2)

 

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