Check out the list below to see all the Netflix shows to look forward to in March.
Triple Frontier (March 13, Netflix)
A group of former prestigious Special Forces operatives (Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, Charlie Hunnam, Garrett Hedlund, and Pedro Pascal) reunite to plan a heist in a sparsely populated multi-border zone of South America. But when events take an unexpected turn and threaten to spiral out of control, their skills, their loyalties, and their morals are pushed to a breaking point in an epic battle for survival.
Why it’s worth your time: Even though the film hits theaters March 1, it’s coming to Netflix March 13. And despite its star-studded cast, abnormal release schedule, and Hollywood blockbuster appeal, the best part about the film is that it can be witnessed all from the comfort of your home.
The Highwaymen (March 29, Netflix)
From director John Lee Hancock (The FounderFormer), The Highwaymen focuses on the Texas Rangers Frank Hamer and Maney Gault (played by Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson) who joined forces to capture the notorious outlaws Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow.
Why it’s worth your time: We’ve always seen the situation from the outlaw’s point of view, but now we get to follow the lawmen who took them down. In an age where gangsters with heavy artillery were gaining prominence, it’s interesting seeing how law enforcement, who still ride out like cowboys, were able to take down this new form of criminal. It’s also seeing how the term good guys and bad guys can be shifted in the eyes of the mainstream that glorifies killings.
Arrested Development (Season 5: Part 2, Netflix)
Buster has been accused of killing his former girlfriend Lucille 2, played by Liza Minnelli and Part 2 picks right up with his trail for the murder approaching. The Bluths are also attempting to build a “smart” border wall that’s sure to plunge the family further into debt. George Michael (Michael Cera) is also under fire for his Faceblock sham—drawing obvious paralells with Mark Zuckerberg.
Why it’s worth your time: It’s the second part of the first half of the season. Many believed it wouldn’t come following the scandal involving Jason Bateman and Tony Hale defending co-star Jeffrey Tambor for verbally abusing Jessica Walter. The show itself is of legendary status, and although the disjointed fourth season left a lot of people sour on its comeback, season 5 is a return to form despite its split release.
Love, Death + Robots (March 15, Netflix)
Love, Death + Robots will showcase a full roster of stories will cover a variety of adult topics including racism, government, war, free will, and human nature. The anthology collection spans the science fiction, fantasy, horror and comedy genres and each short has a unique animation style
Why it’s worth your time: The anthology series comes from David Fincher and Tim Miller, two heavyweights in the game with a nearly limitless supply of unique tales under their belts. The show itself is inspired by the same provocative comic books from the ’70s that influenced both Miller and Fincher as kids. We’re expecting this to be the next big breakout series on Netflix.