Adam Sandler is heading off into space—and he’s not handling it well. Sandler stars in Spaceman as Jakub, an astronaut six months into a solo research mission that’s taking him to the edge of the solar system. After being alone for so long, he starts to realize that the marriage and budding family he left on Earth might not sit around waiting for him, which is when a giant spider-like creature (voiced by Paul Dano) suddenly appears in the middle of his spacecraft determined to help him right his wrongs. Carey Mulligan, Kunal Nayyar, Lena Olin and Isabella Rossellini also star. March 1

The Gentlemen

At the end of 2019 (or early 2020, depending on where you lived), British filmmaker Guy Ritchie released his star-studded action-comedy about a cannabis wholesaler who gets caught up in a chain of blackmail, The Gentlemen. Now, Ritchie is returning to that world with a crime series of the same name—but with an entirely new set of characters (so you don’t have to be familiar with the OG movie at all). The action kicks off when posh Eddie (Theo James) unexpectedly inherits his family estate, only to discover that, whether he likes it or not, it also includes an underground weed empire. Good luck, Eddie. March 7


Millie Bobby Brown is back in fantasy-adventure film Damsel. Brown stars as a young woman who thinks she’s getting her happily ever after when she agrees to marry a dashing prince (Nick Robinson) in an arrangement that will apparently benefit both of their families. There is, of course, a catch: the royal family only wanted her so that they could make a sacrifice to a fire-breathing dragon in order to pay off an ancient debt, leaving her on her own to fight for her life. March 8

Queen of Tears

If you love romance, there’s arguably no better way to get swooning tales of love on your screen than by queuing up a K-drama. This month’s offering via Netflix? Queen of Tears, which follows married couple Hong Hae-in (Kim Ji-won), the daughter of a wealthy family who owns a popular department store, and Baek Hyun-woo (Kim Soo-hyun), an employee at the company. The pair have fallen out of love—it’s more like they’re in a state of hate—but a crisis just might give their romance a second chance. March 9

Young Royals (Season 3)

Sad news, Young Royals fans: the Swedish teen romantic drama is coming to an end with season three. That said, at least that means we know the show—about the romance between Prince Wilhelm (Edvin Ryding) and his classmate Simon (Omar Rudberg) and the abundance of drama surrounding it—is going out on its own terms. This season, Wilhelm and Simon are left wondering whether their newly reconciled relationship can stand up to public scrutiny and royal traditions for good. Netflix is also doing something a bit different with the final season: the first five episodes debut on March 11, with the last episode premiering on March 18 alongside a behind-the-scenes documentary called Young Royals Forever. March 11

Girls5eva (Season 3)

What do Arrested Development, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Lucifer, The Mindy Project and Manifest have in common? They’re all shows that were “saved” from or revived after cancellation by another network or streaming service. Now, Girls5eva—the quick and witty comedy about a ’90s girl group trying to refind fame created by Meredith Scardino (The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) and produced by Tina Fey—can join the list. Cancelled by streaming service Peacock in 2022, the series is back for a third season on Netflix with original (and hilarious) cast members Sara Bareilles, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Paula Pell and Busy Philipps all returning. This time around, the band (fittingly called Girls5eva) are heading out on tour as they attempt to climb their way up to the top. March 14

Irish Wish

If Lindsay Lohan wants to keep making romcoms, I will happily keep watching them. Her latest is Irish Wish, which follows Maddie, a woman who is in love with her best friend’s fiancé (Alexander Vlahos). But when Maddie arrives in Ireland and decides to channel Outlander by wishing on an ancient stone, she wakes up to discover that she’s taken the place of bride-to-be. But as she grows closer to her newfound wedding photographer (Ed Speleers), Maddie realizes that there may actually be some truth to the “be careful what you wish for” cliché after all. March 15

3 Body Problem

The wait for the next series from Game of Thrones creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss is almost over thanks to 3 Body Problem. Adapted from Liu Cixin’s popular novel series of the same name, the sci-fi show spans decades and continents as a group of friends come face-to-face with logic-defying scientific discoveries that threaten to give way to an existential crisis. Benedict Wong, Jess Hong, Jovan Adepo, Eiza González, John Bradley, Rosalind Chao, Zine Tseng, Jonathan Pryce and Liam Cunningham are among the ensemble cast. March 21


Shirley Chisholm was a boundary-breaking American politician who became the U.S.’s first-ever Black congresswoman when she was elected in 1968. Over the course of her iconic career, Chisholm went on to accomplish many “firsts,” including becoming the first woman to run for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination and the first black presidential candidate of a major party. Biographical drama Shirley, which stars Oscar winner Regina King in the titular role, focuses on this era of Chisholm’s life, chronicling her history-making run for President of the United States in 1972. March 22

The Twilight Saga

Hold on tight, spider monkeys: the *entire* Twilight Saga is returning to streaming. Yes, that’s all five films of the generationally important (yes, really, even the not-so-good entries) vampire romance flicks—Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse and Breaking Dawn parts one and two—that set Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson on their respective paths to becoming two of the most interesting and compelling actors working today. Come for the nostalgia, excellent soundtracks and sparkling bloodsuckers, but also try to ignore the toxic relationships that abound across the franchise. March 29

Everything Coming to Netflix Canada in March 2024

March 1
Aníkúlápó: Rise of the Spectre (Netflix Series)
Blood & Water: Season 4 (Netflix Series)
Furies (Netflix Series)
Maamla Legal Hai (Netflix Series)
My Name Is Loh Kiwan (Netflix Film)
Somebody Feed Phil: Season 7 (Netflix Series)
Spaceman (Netflix Film)
You Are Not Alone: Fighting the Wolf Pack (Netflix Film)
The Art of War
The Cider House Rules
Dune (1984)
Grown Ups
Notting Hill
It (2017)
The Ruins
Strange But True
Sydney White
The Ugly Truth
Underworld: Blood Wars

March 3
The Netflix Slam (Netflix Live Event)

March 4
Hot Wheels Let’s Race (Netflix Family)

March 5
Hannah Gadsby’s Gender Agenda (Netflix Comedy)

March 6
Burn After Reading
Full Swing: Season 2 (Netflix Documentary)
The Program: Cons, Cults and Kidnapping (Netflix Documentary)
Supersex (Netflix Series)

March 7
The Gentlemen (Netflix Series)
I Am Woman
The Signal (Netflix Series)

March 8
Blown Away: Season 4 (Netflix Series)
Damsel (Netflix Film)

March 9
Queen of Tears (Netflix Series)

March 10
The Girl with All the Gifts
October Sky

March 11
CoComelon: Season 10
Young Royals: Season 3 (Netflix Series)

March 12
Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir: Season 4
Steve Treviño: Simple Man (Netflix Comedy)
Turning Point: The Bomb and the Cold War (Netflix Documentary)

March 13
Bandits (Netflix Series)

March 14
24 Hours with Gaspar (Netflix Film)
Art of Love (Netflix Film)
Girls5eva: Season 3 (Netflix Series)
The Nutty Professor
Red Ollero: Mabuhay Is A Lie (Netflix Comedy)

March 15
Chicken Nugget (Netflix Series)
Ford v. Ferrari
Irish Wish (Netflix Film)
Iron Reign (Netflix Series)
Monk: Seasons 1-8
Murder Mubarak (Netflix Film)
The Nut Job
The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature
The Outreau Case: A French Nightmare (Netflix Documentary)

March 16
Black Adam

March 18
Young Royals: Season 3 (Netflix Series) (new episode)
Young Royals Forever (Netflix Documentary)

March 19
Brian Simpson: Live from the Mothership (Netflix Comedy)
Forever Queens: Season 2 (Netflix Series)
Physical: 100: Season 2 (Netflix Series)

March 21
3 Body Problem (Netflix Series)

March 22
Buying Beverly Hills: Season 2 (Netflix Series)
The Casagrandes Movie (Netflix Family)
El Paseo 7
The Martian
On The Line
SHIRLEY (Netflix Film)

March 25
Gabby’s Dollhouse: Season 9 (Netflix Family)

March 26
Dave Attell: Hot Cross Buns (Netflix Comedy)

March 27
The Believers (Netflix Series)
No Pressure (Netflix Film)
Rest In Peace (Netflix Film)
Testament: The Story of Moses (Netflix Documentary)

March 29
The Beautiful Game (Netflix Film)
Heart of the Hunter (Netflix Film)
Is It Cake?: Season 3 (Netflix Series)
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 1
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 2
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
The Twilight Saga: New Moon
The Wages of Fear (Netflix Film)

March 30
Bad Moms
Home Again

March 31
As Good as It Gets
Big Daddy
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2
S.W.A.T.: Under Siege