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New Arrivals for Netflix March 2021

by Yasmine Kandil
A Jaeger robot facing a deadly kaiju as seen in Pacific Rim: The Black coming to Netflix in March 2021.

After releasing a plethora of original content in the first two months of the year, Netflix is showing no sign of slowing down in March. As always, we’re here to provide you with everything you need to know in order yo make the most of your Netflix subscription. Starting March off well are a bunch of returning films from the romantic and hilarious Crazy, Stupid, Love to the real tear-jerker that is The Pursuit of Happiness.

In addition to some fan favorites returning, we’re also getting new crime documentaries such as Operation Varsity Blues, which is all about the infamous 2019 college admissions scandal surrounding well-known celebrity parents, and Murder Among the Mormons, which recounts the events of the 1985 Salt Lake City bombings. With narrative features, you should be on the look out for Amy Poehler’s directorial debut Moxie. The hype around the film could make it the standout hit of the month. Fans of Guillermo Del Toro’s Pacific Rim are also being treated to a new continuation of the franchise, though this time through the creative medium of anime.

Get more of our recs below along with everything coming to and leaving Netflix in March. Make sure to see what’s also in store for HBO Max and Disney+!

Our Recs:


Moxie | Official Trailer | Netflix

With Moxie, Amy Poehler makes her directorial debut while also taking on the role of Ms.Carter, a mother whose rebellious past inspires her daughter to take a stand against sexism and misogyny at her school through an anonymous publication. There are some Mean Girls vibes here, but Poehler unsurprisingly finds a way to put her own spin on it. Lead by an exciting group of fresh faces, this could be the start to an exciting new chapter in Poehler’s filmmaking career.

Moxie hits Netflix March 3!

Waffles + Mochi

Waffles + Mochi | Official Trailer | Netflix

Cute puppets Waffles and Mochi venture around the world aspiring to become talented chefs. With the help of former First Lady Michelle Obama, they learn to cook new recipes and celebrity friends pop in to join on the fun because why not. The popularity and platform of Michelle Obama could spring this title to success. Puppets, food, and an engaging host, what else could kids ask for?

Waffles + Mochi hits Netflix March 16!

Yes Day

Yes Day starring Jennifer Garner | Official Trailer | Netflix

Based on the children’s book of the same name, Yes Day is about a mother who finds herself always saying no to her children. She makes the big move of giving them 24 hours to make their own rules resulting in a whirlwind of a day. Staring beloved actress Jennifer Garner, this one is sure to hit well with families watching at home.

Yes Day hits Netflix March 12!

Pacific Rim: The Black

Pacific Rim: The Black | Official Trailer #1 | Netflix

The long-awaited anime continuation is here. First announced in 2018, Pacific Rim: The Black is a hopeful comeback for a franchise that many already consider in the dust. The last film, Uprising came a few years too late and failed to make a great impression at the box office. However, though a new medium and type of story, this could reignite the love for this colorful world. The anime follows a pair of siblings who must navigate post-apocalyptic Kaiju territory in an abandoned Jaeger.

Pacific Rim: The Black hits Netflix March 4!

Netflix’s Arrivals for March 2021

Coming March 1

Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell
Batman Begins (2005)
Blanche Gardin: Bonne Nuit Blanche (2021)
Crazy, Stupid, Love (2011)
Dances with Wolves (1990)
DC Super Hero Girls: Season 1
I Am Legend (2007)
Invictus (2009)
Jason X (2001)
Killing Gunther (2017)
LEGO Marvel Spider-Man: Vexed by Venom (2019)
Nights in Rodanthe (2008)
Power Rangers Beast Morphers: S2
Rain Man (1988)
Step Up: Revolution (2012)
Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny (2006)
The Dark Knight (2008)
The Pursuit of Happyness (2006)
Training Day (2001)
Two Weeks Notice (2002)
Year One (2009)

Coming March 2

Black or White (2014)
Word Party: Season 5

Coming March 3

Murder Among the Mormons
Parker (2013)
Safe Haven (2013)

Coming March 4

Pacific Rim: The Black

Coming March 5

City of Ghosts
Nevenka: Breaking the Silence
Pokémon Journeys: The Series: Part 4

Coming March 8

Bombay Begums
Bombay Rose

Coming March 9

The Houseboat
StarBeam: Season 3

Coming March 10

Last Chance U: Basketball
Marriage or Mortgage

Coming March 11

The Block Island Sound (2020)
Coven of Sisters

Coming March 12

Love Alarm: Season 2
The One
Paper Lives
Paradise PD: Part 3
Yes Day

Coming March 14

Audrey (2020)

Coming March 15

Bakugan: Armored Alliance
The BFG (2016)
The Last Blockbuster (2020)
The Lost Pirate Kingdom
Zero Chill

Coming March 16

RebellComedy: Straight Outta the Zoo
Savages (2012)
Waffles + Mochi

Coming March 17

Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal
Under Suspicion: Uncovering the Wesphael Case

Coming March 18

B: The Beginning Succession
Cabras da Peste
Deadly Illusions (2021)
The Fluffy Movie (2014)
Nate Bargatze: The Greatest Average American
Skylines (2020)

Coming March 19

Alien TV: Season 2
Country Comfort
Formula 1: Drive to Survive: Season 3
Sky Rojo

Coming March 20

Jiu Jitsu (2020)

Coming March 22

Philomena (2013)

Coming March 23

Loyiso Gola: Unlearning

Coming March 24

Who Killed Sara?

Coming March 25

Caught by a Wave
DOTA: Dragon’s Blood
Millennials: Season 3
Secret Magic Control Agency

Coming March 26

A Week Away
Bad Trip
Big Time Rush: Seasons 1-4
Croupier (1998)
The Irregulars
Magic for Humans by Mago Pop
Nailed It!: Double Trouble

Coming March 29

Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (2013)
Rainbow High: Season 1

Coming March 30

7 Yards: The Chris Norton Story (2020)
Octonauts & the Ring of Fire

Coming March 31

At Eternity’s Gate (2018)
Haunted: Latin America

Leaving Netflix in March 2021

There’s a wide variety of titles leaving Netflix in March. Some notable films include Inception, Spring Breakers, and The Perks of Being a Wallflower. For those who care, Chicken Little is also leaving. A must watch to see before its gone is All About Nina. Mary Elizabeth Winstead shines in what is one of the most unsung films of her career. Check out all the films leaving Netflix below.

Leaving March 3

Rectify: Seasons 1-4

Leaving March 7

Hunter X Hunter (2011): Seasons 1-3

Leaving March 8

Apollo 18 (2011)
The Young Offenders (2016)

Leaving March 9

November Criminals (2017)
The Boss’s Daughter (2015)

Leaving March 10

Last Ferry (2019)
Summer Night (2019)

Leaving March 13

Spring Breakers (2012)
The Outsider (2019)

Leaving March 14

Aftermath (2017)
Marvel & ESPN Films Present: 1 of 1: Genesis
The Assignment (2016)
The Student (2017)

Leaving March 15

Chicken Little (2005)

Leaving March 16

Deep Undercover: Collections 1-3
Love Dot Com: The Social Experiment (2019)
Silver Linings Playbook (2012)

Leaving March 17

All About Nina (2018)
Come and Find Me (2016)

Leaving March 20

Conor McGregor: Notorious (2017)

Leaving March 22

Agatha and the Truth of Murder (2018)
I Don’t Know How She Does It (2011)

Leaving March 24

USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage (2016)

Leaving March 25

Blood Father (2016)
The Hurricane Heist (2018)

Leaving March 26

Ghost Rider (2007)

Leaving March 27

Domino (2019)

Leaving March 30

Extras: Seasons 1-2
Killing Them Softly (2012)
London Spy: Season 1
The House That Made Me: Seasons 1-3

Leaving March 31

Arthur (2011)
Chappaquiddick (2017)
Enter the Dragon (1973)
God’s Not Dead (2014)
Hedgehogs (2016)
Inception (2010)
Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988)
Kung Fu Hustle (2004)
Molly’s Game (2017)
Money Talks (1997)
School Daze (1988)
Secret in Their Eyes (2015)
Sex and the City: The Movie (2008)
Sex and the City 2 (2010)
Sinister Circle (2017)
Skin Wars: Seasons 1-3
Taxi Driver (1976)
The Bye Bye Man (2017)
The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012)
The Prince & Me (2004)
Weeds: Seasons 1-7

Check out what’s also coming to the following streaming services throughout March 2021:

Follow writer Yasmine Kandil on Twitter: @byebyebucky

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