The full list of new content coming to Netflix in March has been released, and a number of them are returning fan-favorite series.
Bridgerton season 2 is set to premiere on March 25th. In the sophomore run of the Shonda Rhimes-produced series, duty, desire, and scandal collide when viscount Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey) decides to marry, only to meet his match in his intended bride’s headstrong big sister.
The Last Kingdom season 5 will also be available to stream on Netflix next month. Scheduled to drop on the platform on March 9th, the final installment of the historical fiction series will open with a fragile peace reigning in England for years. But Uhtred (Alexander Dreymon) believes that trouble is just over the horizon — and events soon confirm his suspicions.
Other returning Netflix original series in March include He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (March 3rd), Power Rangers Dino Fury (March 3rd), and Top Boy (March 18th). All three series are coming back to the streamer for their respective second seasons.
March will also mark the premiere of several new Netflix original series, including The Guardians of Justice from Castlevania producer Adi Shankar. Debuting on March 1st, the brand-new series follows a team of troubled superheroes who must confront festering evil in the world and in themselves after their seemingly fearless leader self-destructs.
Also premiering on March 1st is Worst Roommate Ever, a docuseries that tells terrifying true stories of some of the worst cohabitation experiences one could ever imagine.
Thriller drama Pieces of Her will arrive on Netflix on March 4th, while the comedy series Eternally Confused and Eager for Love will premiere on the streamer on March 18th.
Also arriving on Netflix on March 18th is the much-awaited Big Mouth spinoff series Human Resources. Edgier and adult-ier than its parent series, the spinoff pulls back the curtain on the daily lives of the creatures — Hormone Monsters, Depression Kitties, Shame Wizards, and many more — that help humans journey through every aspect of life from puberty to parenthood to the twilight years. Featuring the voices of Nick Kroll, Maya Rudolph, and David Thewlis, among many others, the spinoff shows that the aforementioned creatures also have humanity in them.
On the movie front, Netflix is releasing the crime mystery The Weekend Away on March 3rd. Based on Sarah Alderson’s novel of the same name, the film stars Leighton Meester, Christina Wolfe, and Luke Norris, and follows a weekend getaway to Croatia that goes awry when a woman is accused of killing her best friend.
The sci-fi movie The Adam Project, meanwhile, will be available to stream on Netflix starting March 11th. Starring Ryan Reynolds, Mark Ruffalo, and Jennifer Garner, the Shawn Levy-directed movie follows a man who travels back in time to get help from his younger self to confront their late father.
The biographical drama Rescued by Ruby will make its streaming debut on March 17th. Starring Grant Gustin, Scott Wolf, and Kaylah Zander, the film follows a state trooper who dreams of joining the K-9 search and rescue team of the state police but has been unsuccessful in doing so until he befriends a shelter dog named Ruby.
Lastly, the thriller Windfall, starring Jason Segel, Lily Collins, and Jesse Plemons, will arrive on Netflix on March 18th. Directed by Charlie McDowell, the movie follows a man who breaks into a tech billionaire’s empty vacation home, but things go sideways when the arrogant mogul and his wife arrive for a last-minute getaway.