It's March again, even though March just happened. But there's hope: March brings with it a new season, and we don't just mean spring. We mean new seasons of Nailed It! and like 100 other shows! Still, when your time is occupied by thawing snow, allergies, and college basketball madness, it's hard to figure out what to watch on television. That's why I get paid all the Corn Nuts I can eat to put together TV recommendations for you to watch. Whether it's a documentary about one of the best rappers of all time or a sequel to a 1980s comedy classic, you can be sure it's on our radar so it can also be on yours.
Below, we've gathered the best shows and movies to stream in March on HBO Max, Hulu, Amazon Prime, and Netflix.
The "Snyder Cut" — aka the long-awaited director's cut of Zack Snyder's 2017 superhero film Justice League — is the buzziest thing to hit HBO Max this March. While you're physically preparing yourself for its four-hour runtime, check out the streaming platform's other exciting new offerings, like the new teen series Genera+ion, a Tina Turner documentary, and the premiere of Godzilla vs. Kong.
Here's our full list of picks for HBO Max in March, but you want to sort through the list of new releases yourself, everything coming to HBO is in our list of new releases on streaming in March.
Hulu is a little light on originals in March, with Soleil Moon Frye's (yes, Punky Brewster) documentary, kid 90, the big release. In it, Frye remembers her childhood growing up with other kid stars thanks to boxes and boxes of archived footage that she shot herself. Hulu also has the time-loop action movie Boss Level, the streaming premieres of Breeders and Genius, and a whole bunch of classic films, including one of the best sci-fi films of the last decade.
It's a mellow month for Amazon, too, unless you don't count releasing one of the most anticipated films of the year as mellow. Coming 2 America is a sequel (the '2' oh-so cleverly gives it away!) of the 1988 comedy Coming to America, and brings Eddie Murphy back into the ceremonial garb of Zamunda royalty as his character, now king of the country, searches for his son in America. Amazon also brings in the Back to the Future trilogy and Wet Hot American Summer, one of the great summer camp comedies of all time.
Here's our full list of picks for Amazon Prime in March, but you want to sort through the list of new releases yourself, here's a list of everything new to Amazon Prime in March.
If you're into documentaries about great rappers, high school movies about crushing the patriarchy, or baking failures, Netflix is the place to be this month. The streamer has a wide variety of originals for everyone, from kids to the olds. But we should also let you know that you have until March 3 to watch Rectify, one of TV's great hidden gems.
Here's our full list of picks for Netflix in March, but you want to sort through the list of new releases yourself, here's a list of everything new to Netflix in March.