What's New On Netflix UK In March 2020? Here's The Best Films And Shows To Enjoy

Including the Mark Walhberg-starring movie Spenser Confidential, the return of Ozark and the latest documentary from the Obamas.

Here’s your definitive guide to all of the new original series, films and documentaries coming to Netflix this March...

Netflix Original TV Series

Paradise PD: Part 2 (3 March)

An eager young rookie joins the ragtag small-town police force led by his dad as they bumble, squabble and snort their way through a big drug case. The squad contends with bitter feuds, kinky fetishes, dirty schemes, and a nuclear threat, as the Kingpin tightens his grip on Paradise.

The Protector: Season 3 (3 March)

Hakan faces a formidable Immortal who seeks to possess the key to destroying the city as chaos reigns in Istanbul.

Castlevania Season 3 (5 March)

A vampire hunter fights to save a besieged city from an army of otherworldly beasts controlled by Dracula himself. Inspired by the classic video games.

On My Block: Season 3 (11 March)

Coming-of-age comedy about a group of teens navigating their way through the triumph, pain and the newness of a rough high school in an inner-city Los Angeles neighbourhood.

Hospital Playlist (12 March)

Five doctors with strong friendships work in the VIP wing of a hospital.

Elite: Season 3 (March 13)

When another classmate is killed, a new investigation ensues. The students look toward their future, while the consequences of the past haunt them.

Women Of The Night (13 March)

The wife of a rising star in Amsterdam’s mayoral office is haunted by her past as she finds herself drawn into the city’s underworld of sex and drugs.

Kingdom: Season 2 (13 March)

The South Korean zombie period drama returns for a new season. When strange rumours about their ill king grip a kingdom, the crown prince becomes their only hope against a mysterious plague overtaking the land.

Bloodride (13 March)

A Norwegian anthology horror series with a twisted sense of humour.

The Valhalla Murders (13 March)

An Icelandic detective visits Norway to investigate a series of awful murders.

100 Humans (13 March)

One hundred diverse volunteers participate in experiments that tackle questions about age, gender, happiness and other aspects of being human.

The Letter For The King (20 March)

Based on the bestselling Dutch novel of the name by Tonke Dragt, Netflix’s latest epic fantasy series is a coming-of-age story about a boy trying to deliver a message that holds the future of the medieval kingdom in its contents.

Self Made: Inspired By The Life Of Madam C.J. Walker: Limited Series (20 March)

Academy Award winner Octavia Spencer stars as trailblazing African American hair care entrepreneur Madam C.J. Walker in this four part series.

Walker was America’s first female self-made millionaire, and, inspired by a book by her great-great-granddaughter A’Lelia Bundles, Self Made brings her story to the screen for the first time. Walker overcame post-slavery racial and gender biases, personal betrayals, and business rivalries to build a ground-breaking brand that revolutionised black haircare, as she simultaneously fought for social change.

Dare Me (20 March)

Mystery, drama and danger hit a high school cheerleading squad as a new coach arrives in town and disrupts the power balance ruled by brash Beth and her loyal BFF Addy.

Signs (25 March)

When a young woman’s murder shows similarities to a decade-old cold case, a new police commander must break the silence permeating an Owl Mountain town.

Unorthodox (26 March)

Fleeing an arranged marriage in Berlin, a woman arrives in Brooklyn, but her past follows her.

Black Lightning: Season 3 (26 March)

Cress Williams (Prison Break) brings DC’s first major African-American superhero to life in the third season of the heroic drama.

Ozark: Season 3 (27 March)

Jason Bateman’s dark turn as financial-planner-turned-drugs-lord Marty Byrde returns for a highly anticipated third season. It’s six months on from where we left off, the casino is up and running, but Marty and Wendy are fighting for control of the family’s destiny. Aided by an alliance with Helen and drug cartel leader Omar Navarro, Wendy plots for expansion. But when Wendy’s brother Ben comes into town, everyone’s lives are thrown into chaos.

Il Processo (27 March)

The murder of a teen girl impacts a public prosecutor linked to the victim, a lawyer seeking a career-making case and a suspect who says she’s innocent.

Car Masters: Rust To Riches: Season 2 (27 March)

Classic cars get massive makeovers courtesy of Gotham Garage, a skilled California crew dedicated to upgrading and trading sweet vintage vehicles.

Netflix Original Film

I Am Jonas (6 March)

Jonas is haunted by his teenage love affair with the impulsive, twisted and yet irresistible Nathan.

Guilty (6 March)

A college heartthrob is accused of rape by a less popular student, prompting his girlfriend to search for the truth.

Spenser Confidential (6 March)

Spenser (Mark Wahlberg) is just out of prison, and plans to leave Boston behind for good, but before he can do so, he gets roped into helping his old boxing coach and mentor with a promising MMA amateur. But when two of Spenser’s former colleagues turn up murdered, he recruits the protege and his foul-mouthed ex-girlfriend to help him investigate and bring the culprits to justice.

Sitara: Let Girls Dream (8 March)

This animated short film that follows the story of Pari, a 14-year-old girl with dreams of becoming a pilot, while growing up in a society that doesn’t allow her to dream.

El silencio de la ciudad blanca (6 March)

A detective inspector investigates ritualistic murders n Spain’s Basque Country for two decades.

Go Karts (13 March)

After moving to a new town with his mother, a teen discovers the high-speed sport of go-kart racing, learning from a former driver with a secret past.

Lost Girls (13 March)

Inspired by the best-selling non-fiction book of the same name, Lost Girls tells the story of Mari (Academy Award nominee Amy Ryan) who’s on the hunt to find her missing 24-year-old daughter, Shannan. Determined to find her daughter at all costs, Mari Gilbert retraces Shannan’s last known steps, driving her own investigation to an insular gated community near the desolate outer banks of Long Island. Her discoveries force law enforcement and the media to uncover more than a dozen unsolved murders of sex workers, young lives Mari will not let the world forget.

Feel Good (19 March)

A deeply personal, dark but hilarious story about two young people navigating the modern-day landscape of love, addiction, and sexuality. Starring comedian Mae Martin as a rising talent on the stand-up circuit, and a recovering addict whose addictive behaviours and intense romanticism dominate every part of her life.

Ultras (20 March)

A story of intergenerational friendship and coming of age, set in the world of ultras culture during the last five weeks of a soccer championship.

Maska (20 March)

A young man wants nothing more than to be a movie star, but a summer romance shows there’s a difference between dreams and delusions. Starring Manisha Koirala.

The Platform (20 March)

In a prison where food quality is indicative of power, one man rebels against he system.

Curtiz (25 March)

Ambitious but difficult film director Michael Curtiz deals with studio politics and domestic issues during the troubled production of Casablanca in 1942.

The Decline (27 March)

Antoine attends Alain’s survivalist retreat to prepare for disasters. Apprehending a natural, economical or social breakdown, the group goes through drills meant to prepare them for apocalypses of all types. However, catastrophe awaits.

Uncorked (27 March)

A man goes against his father’s wishes to become a master sommelier instead of joining the family’s barbecue business.

Mark of the Devil (27 March)

A possessed priest must wrestle his demons as an ancient evil is unleashed.

The Occupant (Hogar) (25 March)

An unemployed executive is forced to sell his apartment. When he discovers that he still has the keys, he becomes obsessed with the family that lives there and will do anything to go back to the life he had before.

Netflix Original Comedy

Taylor Tomlinson: Quarter-Life Crisis (3 March)

Now halfway through her twenties, Taylor Tomlinson is ready to leave her mistakes behind her. Taylor talks about working on yourself, realistic relationship goals, and why your twenties are not actually “the best years of your life.”

Marc Maron: End Times Fun (10 March)

A new stand-up special from comedian Marc Maron.

Bert Kreischer: Hey Big Boy (17 March)

Comedian Bert Kreischer is back, and shirtless once again, in his second Netflix Original comedy special, Bert Kreischer: Hey Big Boy.

Netflix Documentaries

Ugly Delicious: Season 2 (6 March)

The second season of the hit series continues to challenge both our taste buds and our minds as Chef Chang travels the world with writers and chefs, activists and artists and tackles misconceptions and uncover shared experiences.

Dirty Money: Season 2 (11 March)

The critically-acclaimed investigative series returns for a second season, with more up-close and personal views into untold stories of scandal, financial malfeasance and corruption in the world of business. This season offers a look inside Jared Kushner’s real estate empire, the Wells Fargo banking scandal and Malaysia’s 1MDB corruption case.

Fangio: El hombre que domaba las maquinas (20 March)

Juan Manuel Fangio was the Formula One king, winning five world championships in the early 1950s —when the sport was much more deadly.

Tiger King (20 March)

A vicious feud between big cat eccentrics takes a dark turn when Joe Exotic, a controversial animal park boss, is caught in a murder-for-hire plot .

Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution (25 March)

A documentary from the production company owned by Barack Obama and Michelle Obama. In the early 1970s, teenagers with disabilities faced a future shaped by isolation, discrimination and institutionalisation. Camp Jened, a ramshackle camp “for the handicapped” in the Catskills, exploded those confines. Jened was their freewheeling Utopia, a place with summertime sports, smoking and make out sessions awaiting everyone, and campers felt fulfilled as human beings. Their bonds endured as they migrated West to Berkeley, California — a promised land for a growing and diverse disability community — where friends from Camp Jened realised that disruption and unity might secure life-changing accessibility for millions.

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