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Here’s Everything Coming to Netflix This Week

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With many people voluntarily staying at home to help slow the spread of the coronavirus, Netflix binge-watching is the order of the day. Thankfully, the streaming service has plenty coming this week. From Oscar-winning films to new original movies, Netflix’s mid-March offerings will keep you entertained while you keep your distance.

  • March 16
    • The Boss Baby: Back in Business (Season 3): Return to the world of the Boss Baby in this follow-up.
    • Search Party: Adam Palley and TJ Miller star in this comedy about a pair who travel to Mexico to rescue another of their friends.
    • Silver Linings Playbook: Watch Jennifer Lawrence in her Oscar-winning film role.
    • Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy: A retired spy has to stop British intelligence from reaching Russians in this Cold War film.
    • The Young Messiah: Follow a fictionalized account of Jesus as a 7-year-old.

  • March 17
    • Bert Kreischer: Hey Big Boy: If you need something lighthearted, check out this comedy special.
    • All American: Season 2 of the CW’s sports series is hitting the streaming service.
    • Black Lightning: Jefferson Pierce is back in season 3 of this superhero series from the CW.
    • Shaun the Sheep: Adventures from Mossy Bottom: Shaun the Sheep had his first appearance on Netflix just a few weeks ago, and now he’s back.
  • March 18
    • All I Wish: Watch Sharon Stone in this film about a fashion designer who finds love.
    • Lu Over the Wall: Lovers of mermaids will love this Japanese anime.
    • Altered Carbon: Resleeved: Fans of the Netflix original series will love this anime version of the show.
    • XV: Beyond the Tryline: Rugby fans should try this documentary about the Rugby World Cup.

  • March 20
    • A Life of Speed: The Juan Manuel Fangio Story: Race fans can stream this documentary about the racing star.
    • Archibald’s Next Big Thing: Kids will be excited to see the return of this chicken.
    • Buddi: Your youngest kids will have plenty of entertainment when this show for pre-schoolers drops.
    • Dino Girl Gauko: This anime focuses on a girl whose anger causes her to turn into a dinosaur.
    • Feel Good: This series about a standup comic and her relationship with her ex-girlfriend is getting stellar reviews.
    • Greenhouse Academy: Return to the elite boarding school in this show’s latest season.
    • Self Made: Inspired by The Life of Madam C.J. Walker: This docudrama follows the story of hair giant Madam CJ Walker.
    • She: This crime drama will be binge-worthy for those who love the genre.

  • March 20
    • The Letter for the King: This medieval adventure follows a squire as he goes on a mission.
    • The Platform: Fans of dystopian films will likely enjoy this series about a vertical, tier-based prison system.
    • Tiger King: Cat lovers, beware. This crime documentary tells the story of illegal big cat breeding.
    • Ultras: A former soccer star faces getting older in this Italian film.
    • Vampires: This French series follows a half-human, half-vampire girl in Paris.
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