Update your watch list this March with 10 more exciting Netflix releases, apart from an all new batch of Studio Ghibli films, of course.
Never Not Love You (March 1)
The strength of young love is tested when a couple is propelled towards different career paths, possibly severing their relationship completely.
Starring: James Reid, Nadine Lustre, Yayo Aguila
Spenser Confidential (March 6)
A former police officer teams up with his roommate to solve the twisted murder of two cops in Boston’s crime-infested underbelly.
Starring: Mark Wahlberg, Iliza Shlesinger, Post Malone
Lost Girls (March 13)
When her daughter disappears, a mother takes it upon herself to find her missing child amidst police inaction. Her quest leads to disturbing revelations about a dozen murdered sex workers within their gated community.
Starring: Thomasin McKenzie, Amy Ryan, Dean Winters
There's Something in the Water (March 27)
Ellen Page helms this environmental documentary that tackles the injustices against Indigenous Nova Scotian women tirelessly fighting to protect and keep their land.
Hospital Playlist (March 12)
A medical Korean drama, Hospital Playlist follows a tight-knit group of five medical students who start their residency in the same hospital.
Starring: Cho Jung-seok, Yoo Yeon-seok, Kim Dae-myeong
Kingdom: Season 2 (March 13)
Taking off from the events of last season, crown prince Yi Chang and his company return to our screens as they continue to take on the growing hoard of zombies invading their kingdom.
Starring: Doona Bae, Ju Ji-hoon, Ryu Seung-ryong
The Valhalla Murders (March 13)
This eight-part crime series follows an ambitious Icelandic detective who’s sent home to Oslo to uncover a series of murders leading to the country’s first serial killer.
Starring: Nína Dögg Filippudóttir, Björn Thors
Dare Me (March 20)
The arrival of a new coach causes mystery, danger, and drama for the members of a small, mid-western cheerleading squad.
Starring: Willa Fitzgerald, Herizen Guardiola, Marlo Kelly
Feel Good (March 20)
Created, written, and starring comedian Mae Martin, Feel Good follows the stand-up as she navigates a new-found intoxicating relationship while trying to stay drug-free and sober.
Starring: Mae Martin, Charlotte Ritchie
The Letter for the King (March 20)
In this medieval fantasy drama, a teenage squire embarks on a dangerous journey to deliver a secret message to the king of their land.
Starring: Islam Bouakkaz, Jack Barton, Ruby Ashbourne Serkis
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