It’s time to take a look at what’s coming to Netflix over the next seven days and by far the biggest title is the first Marvel series to be released in 2018. We’ve also got more David Letterman as well as a few movies that should definitely be on your radar.
Here are four titles you should be checking out that are releasing this week on Netflix.
Marvel’s Jessica Jones (Season 2)
Releases: March 8th
After almost three long years, Jessica Jones is back for another solo outing on Netflix. Initial reviews have been released which many have stated that it follows a similar formula to season 1. For most, that’s perfect. If you didn’t like season 1, then this may not change your mind. It’s the first Marvel series to launch in 2018 and unlike Netflix, it’s landing on Thursday instead of a Friday.
Releases: March 6th
If you grew up through the 1970’s the chances are that you remember the dog movie, Benji. This month is going to be a dream come true for both new fans and old fans alike. This week, Netflix is dropping both the original 1974 movie plus the sequel that landed several years later. This is all in preparation for later in the month where Netflix is rebooting the movie after over 40 years.
My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman
Releases: March 9th
David Letterman has hit the ground running with his Netflix talk show. The arguable master of the interview is back this week with a guest who you may not recognize the name of but certainly recognize the face. So far, we’ve seen interviews with the previous President of the United States Barack Obama and last month we sat down with veteran actor George Clooney.
Malala, a 20-year-old activist from Pakistan has achieved a lot in her short life so far and sits down to discuss it all with David Letterman.
Collateral (Season 1)
Releases: March 9th
This British show which originally broadcasted in the United Kingdom on the BBC over the past couple of months was picked up by Netflix and we’re jolly glad they did. The crime drama stars Carey Mulligan who stars in this crime drama mini-series. The official synopsis of the show is “Described as a modern-day state of the nation project which takes place over four days.” We’ve got more on Collateral in our preview.