As we bid farewell to the chilly days of February, Netflix Canada is gearing up to welcome the vibrant month of March with an array of new additions to its streaming platform. From riveting series to beloved classics and intriguing documentaries, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Let’s take a closer look at what’s in store for Canadian viewers throughout the month.

March 1:

  • Blood & Water: Season 4: Dive into the captivating world of this South African teen drama series as it returns for its fourth season, promising more twists and turns than ever before.
  • Somebody Feed Phil: Season 7: Join Phil Rosenthal on his culinary adventures around the globe in the seventh season of this heartwarming food and travel series.
  • Spaceman: Embark on a cosmic journey with this thought-provoking sci-fi film that explores the mysteries of space and humanity’s place in the universe.
  • Bridesmaids: Laugh-out-loud with this comedy gem featuring an ensemble cast led by Kristen Wiig, as it follows the hilarious misadventures of a group of bridesmaids.
  • Dune (1984): Immerse yourself in the epic world of Frank Herbert’s sci-fi masterpiece with this classic adaptation directed by David Lynch.
  • Grown Ups: Enjoy a dose of laughter with this comedy starring Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock, and more, as childhood friends reunite for a memorable weekend.
  • Notting Hill: Experience the charm of this romantic comedy featuring Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant as unlikely lovers navigating the complexities of fame and love.
  • It (2017): Prepare for thrills and chills with this adaptation of Stephen King’s novel about a group of kids facing off against a terrifying clown terrorizing their town.
  • They/Them: Explore the complexities of identity and acceptance in this thought-provoking documentary that sheds light on the lives of non-binary individuals.

March 3:

  • The Netflix Slam: Brace yourself for intense competition and adrenaline-pumping action in this new sports documentary series that delves into the world of competitive slam poetry.

March 4:

  • Hot Wheels Let’s Race: Rev up your engines and get ready for high-speed excitement with this animated adventure featuring the iconic Hot Wheels cars.

March 5:

  • Hannah Gadsby’s Gender Agenda: Comedian Hannah Gadsby takes on thought-provoking topics surrounding gender in this insightful and humorous stand-up special.

March 6:

  • Full Swing: Season 2: Follow along as celebrities compete in various golf challenges in this entertaining reality series.
  • The Program: Cons, Cults and Kidnapping: Unravel the shocking and bizarre stories of cons, cults, and kidnappings in this gripping true-crime documentary series.

March 7:

  • The Gentlemen: Dive into the gritty underworld of London’s criminal elite in this stylish crime thriller directed by Guy Ritchie.

March 8:

  • Blown Away: Season 4: Witness the awe-inspiring artistry of glassblowing as contestants compete for the title of champion in this visually stunning competition series.
  • Damsel: Explore the wild west in this quirky western comedy that follows a young man’s quest to rescue his kidnapped fiancée.

March 10:

  • October Sky: Based on a true story, this inspiring film follows a group of high school students who defy the odds to pursue their dreams of space exploration.
  • The Girl with All the Gifts: Enter a post-apocalyptic world overrun by zombies in this gripping thriller that follows a young girl with extraordinary abilities.

March 11:

  • Young Royals: Season 3: Return to the prestigious Hillerska boarding school for more drama, romance, and intrigue in the third season of this popular Swedish teen series.

March 12:

  • Turning Point: The Bomb and the Cold War: Delve into the history of the Cold War and the race to develop nuclear weapons in this comprehensive documentary.
  • Steve Trevino: Simple Man: Laugh along with comedian Steve Trevino as he delivers his unique take on marriage, fatherhood, and everyday life.

March 14:

  • Girls5eva: Season 3: Join the members of the ’90s girl group Girls5eva as they navigate the ups and downs of reuniting for another shot at fame.
  • The Nutty Professor: Eddie Murphy shines in this classic comedy about a socially awkward professor who creates a formula that transforms him into a suave ladies’ man.

March 15:

  • Chicken Nugget: Delight in this heartwarming animated tale about a plucky chicken nugget’s quest for freedom and self-discovery.
  • Irish Wish: Experience the magic of Ireland in this enchanting family film about a young girl who discovers a mysterious wish-granting leprechaun.
  • Ford v. Ferrari: Buckle up for adrenaline-fueled racing action in this thrilling biographical drama about the Ford Motor Company’s quest to defeat Ferrari at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
  • Monk: Seasons 1-8: Follow the quirky adventures of obsessive-compulsive detective Adrian Monk as he solves crimes with his keen eye for detail.
  • The Nut Job 1 & 2: Join a mischievous squirrel and his friends on a series of nutty adventures in these animated comedy films.

March 16:

  • Black Adam: Explore the origins of the DC Comics antihero Black Adam in this highly anticipated superhero film starring Dwayne Johnson.

March 18:

  • Young Royals Forever: Dive deeper into the world of Swedish royalty with this companion documentary that explores the real-life inspirations behind the hit series Young Royals.

March 19:

  • Physical: 100: Season 2: Get ready to sweat with the second season of this ’80s-set dark comedy series about the world of aerobics.
  • Brian Simpson: Live from the Mothership: Prepare for laughs as comedian Brian Simpson delivers a hilarious stand-up special filled with sharp observations and witty anecdotes.

March 21:

  • Buying Beverly Hills: Season 2: Go behind the gates of some of Beverly Hills’ most luxurious homes in this addictive reality series about high-end real estate.

March 22:

  • SHIRLEY: Enter the enigmatic world of acclaimed horror author Shirley Jackson in this biographical drama starring Elisabeth Moss.
  • The Casagrandes Movie: Join the Casagrande family on a whirlwind adventure as they navigate love, family, and culture in this animated film.
  • The Martian: Follow astronaut Mark Watney’s fight for survival as he becomes stranded on Mars in this gripping sci-fi thriller directed by Ridley Scott.

March 25:

  • Gabby’s Dollhouse: Season 9: Join Gabby and her furry friends for more imaginative adventures in this delightful animated series.

March 26:

  • Dave Attell: Hot Cross Buns: Get ready to laugh until it hurts with comedian Dave Attell’s latest stand-up special, filled with his signature brand of irreverent humor.

March 27:

  • Testament: The Story of Moses: Journey back in time to ancient Egypt and follow the epic story of Moses in this captivating biblical documentary.

March 29:

  • Is It Cake?: Season 3: Prepare to be amazed as contestants create jaw-dropping cake sculptures in this thrilling baking competition series.
  • The Beautiful Game: Explore the world of soccer and its profound impact on communities around the globe in this inspiring documentary.
  • Twilight 1-5: Rediscover the epic romance between Bella Swan and Edward Cullen in this beloved supernatural film series based on the novels by Stephenie Meyer.

March 31:

  • Big Daddy: Laugh along with Adam Sandler in this heartwarming comedy about an irresponsible bachelor who unexpectedly becomes a father figure to a young boy.
  • Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 1 & 2: Indulge in these delightful animated films about a young inventor whose creations cause food to rain from the sky.
  • Dope: Follow a group of high school friends as they navigate life in a rough Los Angeles neighbourhood in this coming-of-age comedy-drama.

With such a diverse and exciting lineup of content, March is shaping up to be an unforgettable month for Netflix Canada subscribers. So, grab your popcorn, get cozy on the couch, and prepare to be entertained by these incredible shows, movies, and documentaries. Happy streaming!