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Here’s Everything Coming to Netflix the Week of March 27, 2023

Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler star in Murder Mystery 2 on Netflix.
Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler star in Murder Mystery 2 on Netflix. Netflix/YouTube

This week, Netflix is finishing out March strong and moving right along into April. That means some anticipated releases and a whole new batch of non-original content dropping at the beginning of a new month. Basically, there’s a lot to see.

To finish out the month of March, Netflix is dropping Murder Mystery 2, the anticipated sequel to the Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler action comedy that sees a couple caught up in, well, a murder mystery. Of course, since April begins this month, there are tons of beloved movies hitting streaming as well like How to Lose a Guy in 10 DaysA League of Their Own, and Inception.

If you’re looking for something to watch this week, here’s everything coming to Netflix the week of March 27, 2023.

  • March 28
    • InuYasha: Seasons 4-5: The next seasons of the popular anime come to streaming.
    • Mae Martin: SAP: The comedian’s first solo Netflix special debuts.
  • March 29
    • Emergency: NYC: New York City’s frontline medical workers balance their careers and their personal lives in this docuseries.
    • Unseen: A house cleaner searches for her missing husband with a criminal syndicate working in the background.
    • Wellmania: After a health scare, a woman throws herself into the world of wellness.

  • March 30
    • Big Mäck: Gangsters and Gold: A seemingly innocent man spends six years in jail but becomes a suspect again.
    • From Me to You: Kimi ni Todoke: A girl’s life changes when the nice boy in school becomes her friend.
    • Unstable: An introvert must help save his eccentric father’s biotech firm.
  • March 31
    • Copycat Killer: A detective investigates brutal murders.
    • Diary of a Mad Black Woman: After a woman’s husband leaves her, she moves in with her grandmother.
    • Henry Danger: Seasons 4-5: Crimefighter Kid Danger is back.
    • Kill Boksoon: An assassin is also the single mother to a teenage daughter.
    • Murder Mystery 2: Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler star in this sequel to their Netflix action comedy.
    • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Season 2: The turtles return!

  • April 1
    • 28 Days: Sandra Bullock stars in this film about a journalist heading to rehab.
    • A League of Their Own: This cult classic film tells the story of the first women’s baseball league.
    • American Hustle: A hustler is forced to work with the FBI.
    • Battleship: The classic board game gets the movie treatment.
    • The Birds: Birds attack a town in this Hitchcock classic.
    • Born on the Fourth of July: Tom Cruise stars in this film about the aftermath of a soldier fighting in the Vietnam War.
    • The Bourne Trilogy: Matt Damon stars in all three Bourne Identity films as they come to streaming.
    • Charlie Wilson’s War: A U.S. representative, a socialite, and a CIA agent covertly assist Afghan freedom fighters.
    • Conan the Destroyer: Arnold Schwarzenegger stars as Conan in the second movie in this film franchise.

  • April 1 [Con’t]
    • Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat: Mike Myers stars as the titular character in this Dr. Seuss classic.
    • Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax: Protect the trees with the Lorax in this Dr. Seuss adaptation.
    • Friday Night Lights: The film that inspired the hit television series comes to Netflix.
    • Hatfields & McCoys: Season 1:Watch the legendary feud begins.
    • Hoarders: Season 12: See more people struggle with their addiction to hoarding.
    • Hotel Transylvania: A human crashes the party at the monster resort.
    • How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days: Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey star in this classic rom-com.
    • How to Train Your Dragon: A boy discovers a “dangerous” dragon and the pair form a friendship.

  • April 1 [Con’t]
    • I, Frankenstein: Frankenstein’s monster still roams the world and becomes embroiled in a gargoyle and demon war.
    • Inception: A team of dream invaders hopes to plant an idea in a CEO’s brain.
    • Inside Man: A man leads a bank robbery that turns into a hostage situation.
    • The Land Before Time (1988): Follow Little Foot and his friends as they search for the Great Valley.
    • Marnie: The Alfred Hitchcock thriller comes to streaming.
    • Matilda (1996): A young girl with telekinetic powers stages an uprising at her school.
    • The Negotiator: A police negotiator is accused of murder and takes a hostage to prove his innocence.
    • Not Another Teen Movie: This parody spoofs some of the most popular teen movies from the ’90s and ’00s.

  • April 1 [Con’t]
    • Psycho (1960): The iconic Hitchcock murder thriller comes to Netflix.
    • Puss in Boots: Puss in Boots teams up with Humpty Dumpty to steal a golden egg-laying goose.
    • Shark Tale: A small fish claims he offed a great white shark mobster in this animated film.
    • Shrek Forever After: Shrek is transported into an alternate universe where ogres are hunted and he and Fiona never met.
    • Smokey and the Bandit: Burt Reynolds stars in this film about a truck driver illegally transporting beer to Georgia.
    • Smokey and the Bandit II: The bandit is back and transporting an elephant to a Republican convention.
    • Spider-Man I, II, III: Tobey McGuire’s Spider-Man trilogy comes to streaming.
    • Thomas & Friends: The Mystery of Lookout Mountain: The famous train engine is back for another adventure.
    • Zombieland: A group makes their way to a safe haven in Los Angeles after a zombie-making virus outbreak.
  • April 2
    • War Sailor: Limited Series: Two sailors on a Norwegian merchant ship face difficult conditions during WWII.
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