The month is winding down, but Netflix still has plenty to give us. We’ve already had a slew of great Originals, but there are quite a few more to come.
Below we take a look at a few of the best movies, series, and specials that are headed our way over the next seven days. While you’re at it, don’t forget to check out our full list of March titles.
Looking for more suggestions? Head over to our Friday list with highlights from this past week.
In Search of Fellini (2017)
Releasing: March 19th
Currently sitting with a very respectable score on Rotten Tomatoes, Ksenia Solo and Maria Bello star in this coming of age tale about a young girl who sets off on a journey across Italy after becoming enraptured with the films of Fellini.
The Standups (Season 2) Netflix Original Series
Releasing: March 20th
In conjunction with new Original Comedy Specials every Tuesday, Netflix began a series showcasing the freshest faces in stand-up comedy today. This round will feature specials from Gina Yashere, Rachel Feinstein, Kyle Kinane, Aparna Nancherla, Joe List, and Brent Morin, which were taped at the Globe Theatre in Los Angeles.
Conor McGregor: Notorious (2017)
Releasing: March 21st
A timely sports addition, this film takes a look at the rise of UFC star Conor McGregor over the course of four years. The film charts his path to success from living with his parents to winning multiple championships.
Game Over, Man! Netflix Original Movie
Releasing: March 23rd
Starring the guys from Workaholics, three buddies with big dreams go from underachieving slackers to badass warriors when their posh hotel is taken over by terrorists.
Santa Clarita Diet Season 2 Netflix Original Series
Releasing: March 23rd
Probably the most anticipated addition of the week, Timothy Olyphant and Drew Barrymore star as Joel and Sheila, two realtors with an idyllic life hiding a very big secret: Sheila is a zombie. This season sees new bodies added with Joel McHale, Maggie Lawson, Gerald McRaney, and Zachary Knighton joining the cast.
Red Trees (2017)
Releasing: March 25th
An intimate movie photographed by Oscar nominee Cesar Charlone (City of God), this film is a visual essay as tracing a family’s journey as one of only twelve Jewish families to survive the Nazi occupation of Prague during World War II.
Updated: March 18th, 7:42pm EST