We know choosing what to watch can be overwhelming at times, and with each passing month, the number of options only grows. The good news is, TV Guide is here to guide you through the madness that is March's new offerings (even though March Madness itself has been canceled). If you're looking for something to stream, here are the best TV shows and movies coming to Amazon Prime this month.
Our picks are below but here is the full list of what's new on Amazon Prime in March. We also have our picks for what to watch this month on Hulu and Netflix, as well as a list of everything coming to all three in March. If you're looking for even more hand-picked recommendations, click over to our Watch This Now! page.
Premieres: March 6
Drugs are bad. You should not do drugs. Instead, you should watch TV shows about drugs. This is really easy to do because there are a number of programs about drugs these days. There are scripted shows, fictionalized accounts of real people/events, and raw, heartbreaking documentaries about the effects of drugs. The latest series is Amazon Prime's ZeroZeroZero, which is based on the book by Robert Saviano and follows a massive cocaine shipment from its production in Mexico and distribution in Italy to the American businesses controlling the market. Look, you can travel the world and never even have to leave your couch! [Trailer]
Premieres: March 13
No one does mystery quite like Agatha Christie, and Amazon's two-part adaptation of The Pale Horseis for the murder mystery fan in all of us. After a list of names is found in a dead woman's shoe, an antiques dealer (Rufus Sewell) rushes to figure out why he's on the list before he ends up dead like so many others. His journey eventually takes him to The Pale Horse, said to be the home of three witches, and he has to wonder if these deaths are the works of witches or something more rational. [Trailer]
Premieres: March 20
Blow the Man Down won a best screenplay award at the Tribeca Film Festival last year, and now that the film is coming to Amazon Prime, you'll finally be able to see why. The movie, a darkly comic New England noir, stars Morgan Saylor and Sophie Lowe as two young sisters who, while mourning the death of their mother, cover up the gruesome death of a man who attacked one of them. But when a body washes up on shore, the young women find themselves going deep into the underbelly of the small Maine fishing village they call home and uncovering the town matriarchs' darkest secrets. As an added bonus, Margo Martindale turns in another unforgettable performance as the head of a criminal operation. [Trailer] [Review]
Premieres: March 27; airing weekly (two episodes)
If you've been missing OG Project Runway, you don't want to miss Amazon Prime's new reality series Making the Cut. Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn have reunited for the fashion competition series, which finds 12 established designers from around the world competing to make their brand the next global phenomenon by proving they not only have design skills but also business acumen. If you're still not sold, Naomi Campbell is one of the high profile judges on the series. Do I have your attention now? [Trailer]
Available: March 3 for purchase; March 13 for rent
Reboot/remake culture has destroyed a lot of originality and creativity in Hollywood, but it's hard to argue against the new Jumanji films, which are pretty fun. Jumanji: The Next Level, last year's follow-up to 2017's thoroughly entertaining Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, picks up three years later and finds stars Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan, and Nick Jonas reprising their roles as the teens from the first film (portrayed by Alex Wolff, Morgan Turner, Ser'Darius Blain, and Madison Iseman), plus two unsuspecting others, played by Danny DeVito and Danny Glover, become trapped in the game once again. Awkwafina and Game of Thrones' Rory McCann also star, leading me to realize these films actually have really great casts. [Trailer]
Want to know what else is coming to Amazon? Here's everything new on Amazon Prime Video in March.