Here’s every new TV show and movie coming to Netflix this month.

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There is nothing worse than scrolling through your Netflix options and realising the only shows you haven’t seen are war documentaries and a Godzilla remake.

Never fear. The streaming giant has a whole host of programs that are guaranteed to fill your every dull moment in the lead-up to Easter.

For all the biggest TV moments of the week, and for tips on all the best shows to watch. Listen to The Binge.

The below list contains all the titles set to be released in the Australian library this March. We’ve put the shows and films expected to be the hottest contenders in bold.

If you want a peak at what 2017 holds beyond this month, look here.

 

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Netflix Originals

  • Greenleaf: Season 1 — 3 March
  • Love: Season 2 — 10 March
  • One More Time: Season 1 — 10 March
  • Beau Sejour: Season 1 — 16 March
  • Marvel's Iron Fist: Season 1 — 17 March
  • Samurai Gourmet: Season 1 — 17 March
  • Grace and Frankie: Season 3 — 24 March
  • Ingobernable: Season 1 — 24 March
  • 13 Reasons Why: Season 1 — 31 March
  • Trailer Park Boys: Season 11 — 31 March
  • Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments: Season 2 — Weekly from 7 March
  • Riverdale: Season 1 — Weekly from 3 March
  • The Last Kingdom: Season 2 — Weekly from 18 March
  • Burning Sands — 10 March
  • Deidra & Laney Rob a Train — 17 March
  • Pandora — 17 March
  • The Most Hated Woman in America — 24 March
  • The Discovery — 31 March
  • Five Came Back — 31 March
  • Amy Schumer: The Leather Special — 7 March
  • Jim Norton: Mouthful of Shame — 14 March
  • Jo Koy: Live from Seattle — 28 March
  • Felipe Neto: My Life Makes No Sense — 24 March
  • Buddy Thunderstruck: Season 1 — 10 March
  • Julie's Greenroom: Season 1 — 17 March
  • Dinotrux: Season 4 — 31 March

This week, the most awkward TV interview of all time took place. And you can listen to it right here. 

Other films and series:

  • Beat Bugs: Season 1 — 1 March
  • Homeland: Season 5 — 5 March
  • American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson — 6 March
  • Thithi — 10 March
  • Selma — 18 March
  • Z Nation: Season 2 — 19 March
  • Me Before You — 21 March
  • What Happens in Vegas — 24 March
  • Jack the Giant Slayer — 26 March
  • Clueless — 28 March
  • Alvinnn!!! And the Chipmunks: Season 1 — 1 March
  • My All American — 1 March
  • Prelude to War — 1 March
  • Rolling Stones: Crossfire Hurricane — 1 March
  • Con Air — 1 March
  • The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress — 1 March
  • Sustainable — 1 March
  • Face/Off — 8 March
  • The Legend of Bagger Vance — 8 March
  • The Sunshine Makers — 9 March
  • Young Offenders — 9 March
  • Rock of Ages — 12 March
  • Keanu — 14 March
  • Bad Teacher — 15 March
  • Stand by Me — 15 March
  • The Secret — 15 March
  • Notes on Blindness — 15 March
  • Naledi: A Baby Elephant's Tale — 17 March
  • American Odyssey: Season 1 — 20 March
  • Big Momma's House 2 — 24 March
  • Man on Fire — 24 March
  • Boys on the Side — 24 March
  • Copycat — 24 March
  • High Crimes — 24 March
  • Life or Something Like It — 24 March
  • The Happening — 24 March
  • Under Siege — 24 March
  • American Pie 2 — 24 March
  • American Pie Presents: Band Camp — 24 March
  • Sound of Music — 24 March
  • Conjuring 2 — 28 March

Netflix has a bit of a reputation for dragging its feet when it comes to securing titles for its Australian consumers. The reason why we have such a limited library is largely due to the difficulty in securing licensing deals.

Netflix originals such as Orange As The New Black and The Crown can be released at the same time as their US counterparts but there's a bit of a lag time with non-original titles.

We can only hope the influx of great shows this March will be just the beginning of a well-stocked year.

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