Do you recall back in 2013, when Netflix released its first original series, House of Cards? Following this up a year later, when the second season was released and was equally amazing. Sadly, in 2015, the third season was rather disappointing as many viewers stopped watching about three or four episodes from the end of the season. Well this year in March Netflix will be releasing their new original show The Characters as well as the new season of Orange is the New Black.
What’s Streaming this March
So the popular question among streaming content viewers is, what’s streaming on Netflix and Prime in March? This year on March 4th Netflix released the latest episodes of The Ballad of Frank Underwood, and the only thing we can be absolutely sure about is that Frank probably won’t die, at least not this time. You can be fairly certain of this because Netflix has already ordered another season. Netflix will also be releasing the second season of Daredevil and the long-awaited sequel to the cultural phenomenon Big Top Pee-wee. Let’s also not forget about Brian De Palma’s remake of the classic 1932 gangster film the ever popular Scarface, or Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn, and what about the cult classic based on a sketch from the Nickelodeon sketch series All-That, Good Burger? It almost seems too good to be true, because Netflix will simultaneously lose Hackers, Gone in 60 Seconds, and Jumanji.
Life Isn’t always Fair, Or so they Say
Nobody ever said life was going to be fair. But thankfully Amazon Prime Video is ready to pick up the slack left by Netflix, adding the original Ghostbusters, Ghostbusters II, and the third season of Orphan Black over the course of March. But why are we kidding ourselves. The only thing you really should care about is rushing to Netflix to watch Hackers, Gone in 60 Seconds, and Jumanji as many times as you humanly can before the cyber-bell tolls signaling the end of our beloved movies and shows life on Netflix. As a consolation here’s what’s steaming on Netflix and Prime in March.
Some of the hottest shows coming to Netflix are:
The Characters chronicles the creative process each comedian goes through and serves as a competition to see who creates the best 30-minute program.
An acclaimed, self-appointed “guru” falls for the object of his best friend’s obsession in this comedy series.
House of Cards, season 4
Netflix’s original series begins its fourth season, as President Frank Underwood and First Lady Claire Underwood continue their squabble against each other while maintaining authority on the political campaign.
Amazon Prime Video is also rolling out some hot titles this March;
Louie, season 5
The show follows main character Louie through his everyday life. But somehow the finished product is unlike most of everything else on television.
An immigrant from Ireland in 1950’s New York falls for a rough Italian plumber, but faces enticement from another upon her return to her home for a visit.
The Biggest Movie
The Big Short
Three separate but parallel stories of the U.S mortgage housing crisis of 2005 are told in this incredible drama.