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Netflix: 15 TV Shows And Movies You Didn't Know Were Coming In March

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This month, Netflix adds a pile of new comedies to brighten your spring, with everything from classic comedy Ghostbusters to two Adam Sandler comedies (50 First Dates and I Now Pronounce You Chuck And Larry), to stand up from Adel Karam and Ricky Jervais. The new March lineup is packed with shows and movies to make you laugh, although that’s not all that’s coming to the streaming service this month. Netflix is also adding some horror with The Descent and Let Me In, as well as an impressive number of new original series and movies and a couple of highly anticipated second (and third) seasons… here’s the 15 best that you should be looking forward to this month.

Related: 15 Best Movies And TV Shows Leaving Netflix This Month

300

This is something for Zack Snyder fans who are feeling the potential loss of the director in the DCEU, a story of an ancient battle that is done is pure Snyder style. The bloody visuals are absolutely stunning, and while 300 has been criticized for being all battle and no character depth, that’s exactly what it’s supposed to be. Revel in the beauty of one of Snyder’s best while you wait to find out what the future has in store for him and DC.

Arriving: March 1

Adventureland

Enjoy some classic Jesse Eisenberg comedy with this lighthearted look at amusement park workers one summer in 1987. Ryan Reynolds and Kristen Stewart co-star as the other two sides of a love triangle, but this isn’t just a rom-com, it’s all about life lessons and growing up (and partying. Lots of partying). Definitely one for fans of Zombieland and American Ultra.

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Arriving: March 1

The Mechanism (Netflix Original)

Fans of Narcos are sure to love Netflix’s newest original crime drama based on real-life events: The Mechanism. About a Brazilian corruption scandal in oil and construction, The Mechanism follows retired federal police deputy Marco Ruffo (Selton Mello) and his mentee, a federal agent, as they try and unravel the complicated money laundering and bribery scandal known as ‘Operation Car Wash’.

Arriving: March 23

Cruel Intentions

The entire Cruel Intentions franchise joins the streaming service this month, with Cruel Intentions, Cruel Intentions 2 and Cruel Intentions 3 all coming to Netflix. Starring Ryan Philippe, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Reese Witherspoon, this story of sex and power games in the wealthy elite teens of New York was a box office hit in the late ‘90s, although the two sequels didn’t live up to the original.

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Arriving: March 1

Forgetting Sarah Marshall

This comedy stars Jason Segal as Peter, a good guy who is dumped by his girlfriend for rockstar Aldous Snow (Russell Brand)… and who then ends up on the same Hawaiian vacation as the ‘happy’ couple. Things get complicated as Peter is torn between his ex, who is second-guessing her decision, and hotel worker Rachel (Mila Kunis). Straightforward comedy with an incredible cast.

Arriving: March 1

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