What's New on Netflix in March — Plus: Amazon, Disney+, HBO Max and Others

What to Watch - March 2021

To help you anticipate and navigate all that Netflix has to offer, TVLine presents this comprehensive list of all the TV shows, movies, documentaries and specials making their debut on the streaming service this month — all as a free supplement to our daily What to Watch and weekly TVLine-Up columns.

Among Netflix TV shows this March, you have the Katharine McPhee-led sitcom Country Comfort (watch trailer), Michelle Obama’s children’s show Waffles + Mochi, and new seasons of Pokémon and Paradise PD. Among unscripted offerings, there’s an Operation Varsity Blues docuseries and spinoffs of Nailed It! and Last Chance U. You’ll also find the Amy Poehler-directed film Moxie, featuring Saved by the Bell‘s Josie Totah and Alycia Pascual-Peña; and the family-friendly Yes Day, starring Jennifer Garner.

TVLine also offers a look at what’s coming up on Amazon Prime (where Eddie Murphy returns in the movie sequel to Coming to America), Disney+ (which says goodbye to WandaVision and hello to Falcon and the Winter Soldier and a new generation of Mighty Ducks), HBO Max (which at last will unveil the #SnyderCut, along with all episodes of Superman: The Animated Series), Hulu (which has Solar Opposites Season 2 and the Soleil Moon Frye docu  kid 90) and Peacock (where you can binge-watch all six seasons of Norman Lear’s dyn-o-mite comedy Good Times).

You’ll also find a brief overview of what’s to come on CBS All Access, which on March 4 rebrands as Paramount+.

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