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What’s New on Netflix: All the Best Titles to Stream in March 2024

Documentaries, sporting events, K-dramas, films, and binge-worthy series—here’s everything new on Netflix in March 2024.

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Irish Wish is one of the many new titles streaming on Netflix in March 2024. Photo: Courtesy of Netflix

Somebody Feed Phil
March 1

Season 7 of the much-loved series sees globe-trotting food enthusiast Phil Rosenthal embark on a delectable journey as he travels Mumbai, Washington, DC,  Kyoto, Iceland, Dubai, The “Real” Orlando, Taipei, and Scotland, “uncovering hidden gems and encountering the heart and soul of each city with each bite.”

March 1

This French series tells the story of Lyna, a young woman seeking to avenge her father’s death. While longing for the simplicity of a normal life, she runs into Fury, a peacekeeper of the Paris criminal underworld.

You Are Not Alone: Fighting the Wolf Pack
March 1

Produced in secret, You Are Not Alone: Fighting the Wolf Pack is a deconstruction of the case that led to Spain’s first #MeToo reckoning and sparked discussions across Latin America. The documentary feature is told through the words of the victim-survivors, and narrated by actors Natalia de Molina and Carolina Yuste.

March 1

Starring Adam Sandler, Carey Mulligan, Paul Dano, Kunal Nayyar, Lena Olin, and Isabella Rossellini, Spacemen is a sci-fi drama that follows Jakub, a lonely astronaut who is six months into a solitary research mission to the edge of the solar system. Upon realizing that his marriage back on Earth may be falling apart, he is helped by a mysterious creature from the beginning of time.

My Name is Loh Kiwan
March 1

Joong-ki Song plays Loh Kiwan in this South Korean film, which tells the story of a North Korean defector who struggles to obtain refugee status in Belgium, where he encounters a dejected woman who has lost all hope.


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The Netflix Slam
March 3

The sports event streaming live on Netflix will be headlined by 22-time Grand Slam men’s singles title champion Rafael Nadal going off against World No. 2 and fellow Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz in a special one-night tennis exhibition match.

The Program: Cons, Cults and Kidnapping
March 5

The investigative documentary retells the horrific events at The Academy at Ivy Ridge, which claimed to use therapy and recreational activities to help troubled teens. The program is said to have run like a cult, where teens instead suffered mental and physical abuse.

The Gentlemen
March 7

Starring Theo James, The Gentlemen is a comedy-drama series by Guy Ritchie, about an aristocratic who unexpectedly inherits his father’s sizeable country estate – only to discover there’s more to it than meets the eye.


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March 8

This fantasy adventure film stars Millie Bobby Brown as a young woman whose marriage to a charming prince turns into a fierce fight for survival when she’s offered up as a sacrifice to a fire-breathing dragon.

Turning Point: The Bomb and the Cold War
March 12

This documentary series traces the traces Cold War history, “from with the development of the atomic bomb and the dramatic proliferation of nuclear weapons in the decades after, past the collapse of the Soviet Union to the rise of Vladimir Putin and into the Russian invasion of Ukraine.”

Chicken Nugget
March 15

This off-beat mystery-comedy tells the story of a woman who turns into Dakgangjeong (sweet and sour chicken) after entering a mysterious machine and the unpredictable events that follow.

Irish Wish
March 15

Starring Lindsay Lohan, the romantic comedy is based on the story of Maddie, who finds the love of her life getting married to her best friend in Ireland. Days before the wedding, Maddie makes a spontaneous wish for true love and finds herself in an alternate reality where she finds herself as the bride.

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