Netflix has a number of movies and TV shows set to be available streaming in March and among them, one of the most 80s movies that ever 80s'ed, Teen Witch. How's Netflix possibly top that? Well, the March list does include the arrivals of Archer Season 5, How To Train Your Dragon 2, Finding Neverland and the college-set Cosby Show spinoff A Different World, among other titles.
Here are the list of movies and TV shows that Netflix will make available throughout the month of March. (Please keep in mind that dates and titles are subject to change).
Week of March 1
Finding Neverland - 3/1/2015
The Brothers Grimm - 3/1/2015
Teen Witch - 3/1/2015
Patch Adams - 3/1/2015
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt - 3/6/2015
Aziz Ansari: Live at Madison Square Garden - 3/6/2015
My Own Man - 3/6/2015
Archer Season 5 - 3/7/2015
Glee Season 5 - 3/7/2015
Week of March 8
The Angriest Man in Brooklyn 3/9/2015
Tyler Perry's The Single Moms Club - 3/9/2015
How To Train Your Dragon 2 - 3/11/2015
Week of March 15
3rd Rock From The Sun Complete Series - 3/15/2015
A Different World Complete Series - 3/15/2015
You're Not You - 3/17/2015
Bloodline - 3/20/2015
Week of March 22
Mad Men Season 7, Part 1 - 3/22/2015
Garfunkel and Oates Season 1 - 3/25/2015
Turn Season 1 - 3/25/2015
Trailer Park Boys: Season 9 - 3/27/2015
Starting at the beginning of the month, Netflix has some interesting things lined up, including the arrival of Aziz Ansari's new comedy special, The Brothers Grimm and Teen Witch. For those of you who weren't watching Teen Witch in a loop on HBO in the 90s, the 1989 film stars Robyn Lively as a teen girl who learns she's a witch and uses her newly acquired powers to be cool. Like big hair, hot shades, convertible-cruising totally-80s cool. The movie is all the right kinds of cheesy and charming, and Netflix has gotten it right in delivering it to the masses among their streaming content. Let's celebrate that with a random bit of rapping...
On the TV side, AMC's Mad Men adds the first part of its final season, along with the first season of Turn. TV classics A Different World and 3rd Rock from the Sun join the lineup as well. And we'll be seeing recent seasons of Glee and Archer.
Also arriving early in the month, Netflix has their new original comedy The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt set to arrive early in the month. Besides being a new series from 30 Rock's Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, Kimmy Schmidt is also a new starring vehicle for the adorably funny Ellie Kemper (Bridesmaids, The Office). The comedy, which centers on a former cult member who escapes to New York, was originally lined up to air on NBC, but was later purchased by Netflix, likely dramatically improving the series' odds of existing beyond a handful of episodes before suffering the fate of most new NBC comedies these days.
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