Shows & Movies New on Streaming

Want to stay in and watch a show? Me too. I used to get excited to dress up and stay out late, but I won’t lie to you: Those days are over. Instead, streaming what’s new is now my idea of a good time. Heck, I even mark release dates in my calendar. What can I say? I love being a homebody.

With all of the streaming services now, it can be hard to keep up with what to watch and where to watch it. But, this month, the lineups are so good that you will want to ensure you have access to all of the platforms—or at least your friend’s passwords. These shows and movies are about to be the topic of conversation in The Everygirl’s #watercooler Slack channel, and I’ll be damned if I miss out on that.

Cancel your plans and get comfortable because it’s time to hit “Play.” Without further ado, here are some of the most anticipated shows and movies that are new on streaming this month.





Easy A

Where to Watch: Netflix

Release date: March 1st

Although it’s far from brand new, we couldn’t just not include this absolutely iconic piece of cinema finally making its way to Netflix. When a lie about Olive’s reputation transforms her from anonymous to infamous at her high school, she decides to embrace a scandalous new persona and run with the newfound popularity. 


Sex/Life, Season 2

Where to Watch: Netflix

Release date: March 2nd

Who doesn’t love a good love triangle, right? The drama between Billie, Brad, and Cooper carries on in season 2 of the romantic drama, as the bad-boy ex from Billie’s wild past continues to collide with her new marriage and kids. 


You, Season 4: Part 2

Where to Watch: Netflix

Release date: March 9th

If you completely binge watched the first half of Season 4 like we did, don’t worry—the wait for the rest is finally over. The last 5 episodes will continue to follow Joe (or should we say Johnathon Moore) through his new life in London amongst the wealthy elite, picking up where we left off of finding out whose been sending him those cryptic messages and murdering his “friends” one by one. 


Love Is Blind, Season 4

Where to Watch: Netflix

Release date: March 24th

Lucky for us, the cult favorite dating show is finally making its return for season 4 this month. Just like always, the series will follows 15 men and 15 women hoping to find love by dating one another in purpose-built “pods” where they can talk through a speaker, but not see each other until they decide to get engaged. Truly incredible television. 


Murder Mystery 2

Where to Watch: Netflix

Release date: March 31st

There’s no pair that does a rom-com couple quite like Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston, so this sequel should be an easy 10/10. After starting their own detective agency, Nick and Audrey Spitz land a career-defining case when their billionaire pal is kidnapped from his wedding.


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Apple TV+


Ted Lasso, Season 3

Where to Watch: Apple TV+

Release date: March 17th

Expected to be the final season of the series, it’s definitely time to hop on the Ted Lasso train if you already haven’t. The show follows Ted Lasso, an American college football coach who is hired to coach an English soccer team with the secret intention that his inexperience will lead them to failure, but whose folksy, positive leadership proves to be surprisingly successful.


Where to Watch: Apple TV+

Release date: March 17th

This brand new drama series introduces a near future where the chaotic effects of climate change have become embedded into our everyday lives, as eight interconnected stories told over the course of over 30 years explore how our planet’s changing climate will affect our love, faith, work and family on a both a personal and global scale.



Where to Watch: Apple TV+

Release date: March 26th

Season 2 of the hit series is returning this month, diving deeper into the story of a New Jersey high school girls’ soccer team whose plane crashes deep in the wilderness as they’re flying across the country for a tournament, leaving the surviving players stranded for 19 months.



Triangle of Sadness

Where to Watch: Hulu

Release date: March 3rd

Snagging multiple nominations at this year’s Academy Awards including Best Picture, this film is definitely a must watch. Carl and Yaya, a couple of bougie influencers, are invited on a luxury cruise ship alongside a group of out of touch wealthy elitists, and the situation takes an unexpected turn when a brutal storm hits the ship.


UnPrisoned, Season 1

Where to Watch: Hulu

Release date: March 10th

Starring Kerry Washington and Delroy Linda as a heartwarming father daughter duo, this new series follows a therapist and single mom whose life is turned right-side-up when her dad gets out of prison and moves into her house to live with her and her teenage son.


Boston Strangler

Where to Watch: Hulu

Release date: March 17th

If murder mysteries and true crime are your thing, then this new drama starring Keira Knightley is right up your alley. Lifestyle reporter Loretta McLaughlin becomes the first person to connect a series of murders and break the story of the Boston Strangler, challenging the sexism of the early 1960s to report on the city’s most notorious serial killer.


Amazon Prime Video


Daisy Jones and the Six, Season 1

Where to Watch: Prime Video

Release date: March 3rd

Based on the beloved book by Taylor Jenkins Reid that had book girlies in a chokehold, this show chronicles the whirlwind rise and fall of a fictional band in the 1970s, created by bringing together Daisy Jones, a party girl with an alluring voice, and The Six, a rock band led by heartthrob Billy Dunne.



Where to Watch: Prime Video

Release date: March 17th

In this new horror thriller television series created by Donald Glover (AKA Childish Gambino and the mastermind behind the Atlanta) and Janine Nabers, we follow a young woman named Dre, whose deep obsession with a famous pop star starts to take a very dark turn. 


Top Gun: Maverick

Where to Watch: Prime Video

Release date: March 24th

You can now fan girl over Miles Teller in this movie from the comfort of your home and free of charge with a Prime Video account. After 30 years, Maverick is still pushing the envelope as a top naval aviator, but must confront ghosts of his past when he leads Top Gun’s elite graduates on a mission that demands the ultimate sacrifice from those chosen to fly it.




The Last of Us, Season 1 Finale

Where to Watch: HBO Max

Release date: March 13th

It’s not too late to binge watch the first 8 episodes of this show so you can tune into it’s March finale. The highly acclaimed series that’s taken the internet by storm is twenty years into a global pandemic caused by a mass fungal infection, which forces its hosts to transform into zombie-like creatures and collapses society.


Succession, Season 4

Where to Watch: HBO Max

Release date: March 26th

The long awaited fourth season of Succession continues to follow the lives of  the Roy family, the owners of Waystar RoyCo, a global media and entertainment conglomerate, who are fighting for control of the company amid uncertainty about the health of the family’s patriarch, Logan Roy.


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The Mandalorian

Where to Watch: Disney+

Release date: March 1st

In this upcoming season, the New Republic continues to struggle leading the galaxy away from its dark history, and the Mandalorian will cross paths with old allies and make new enemies as he and Grogu (better known as Baby Yoda) continue their journey together.

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