Coming To Netflix In March 2024 – 10 Brand New Originals

March 2024

We're hoping that March 2024 will be a great month. Spring is in the air, and the sun is shining a little more than it did last month!

But we all still have very busy lives, so if you need to have some downtime, check out one of 10 brand new Netflix Originals coming your way in March 2024. Enjoy!

1. Spaceman – March 2024 – 1st

A brand new Adam Sandler movie that sees him back in another dramatic role, Spaceman is tipped to go straight into the number 1 spot around the world.

The story begins six months into a solitary research mission to the edge of the solar system, when astronaut, Jakub (Adam Sandler), realises that the marriage he left behind might not be waiting for him when he returns to Earth.

Desperate to fix things with his wife, Lenka (Carey Mulligan), he is helped by a mysterious creature who helps him to make sense of what went wrong before it is too late.

Directed by Johan Renck, the film also stars Kunal Nayyar, Lena Olin, and Isabella Rossellini.

2. Full Swing – March 6th

One for all the golfers out there, the cameras are back for a second season of Full Swing, which follows a diverse group of professional golfers.

Chronicling another relentless season of competition on the PGA TOUR, including all four of golf’s Major championships, this season brings even more drama.

Who remembers the unexpected agreement between the PGA TOUR, the DP World Tour and the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia? That's covered!

Full Swing continues to give fans a chance to get to know the players through their wins, their losses, their families & their friends, all throughout a season in professional golf.

3. The Gentlemen – March 7th

From Guy Ritchie comes a brand new Netflix series that follows Eddie Horniman (Theo James) who unexpectedly inherit his father’s sizeable country estate.

Only then does he discover that it’s part of a cannabis empire. But when Britain’s criminal underworld wants a piece of the operation, Horniman must extricate his family from their clutches, by playing them at their own game.

But nothing is ever that easy…

4. Damsel – March 8th

Millie Bobby Brown stars as a dutiful damsel, Elodie, who agrees to marry a handsome prince, only to find the royal family has recruited her as a sacrifice to repay an ancient debt.

Thrown into a cave with a fire-breathing dragon, she must rely on her wits and will to survive in this fantasy adventure film.

5. Irish Wish – March 15th

When the love of her life gets engaged to her best friend, Maddie (Lindsay Lohan) puts her feelings aside to be a bridesmaid at their wedding in Ireland.

However, before the big day, Maddie makes a spontaneous wish for true love and finds herself in an alternate reality where a chance encounter shows her that sometimes you need to be careful who you wish for.

With her dream seeming to come true, Maddie soon realises that her real soulmate is someone else entirely.

6. Physical 100 Season 2 – March 19th

The hit South Korean reality show is back as another 100 contestants battle it out to become the last man standing.

The stakes are even higher, the challenges are even harder, and the arena — a massive mine — is even more extensive.

Anything can happen so let's get ready to rumble!

7. 3 Body Problem – March 21st

One of the most hotly anticipated shows of the year, 3 Body Problem comes to Netflix courtesy of David Benioff and D.B. Weiss (Game of Thrones) and Alexander Woo.

It follows a young woman’s fateful decision in 1960s China as the consequences reverberate across space and time into the present day.

When the laws of nature inexplicably unravel before their eyes, a close-knit group of brilliant scientists join forces with an unorthodox detective to confront the greatest threat in humanity’s history.

8. Shirley – March 22nd

Starring Regina King, SHIRLEY tells the story of the first Black congresswoman and political icon, Shirley Chisholm, and her trailblazing run for president of the U.S.

It chronicles her audacious, boundary-breaking 1972 presidential campaign.

9. Rest in Peace – March 27th

From Argentina comes Rest in Peace (Descansar en paz) follows a family man, cornered by debt, who decides to take advantage of an unpredictable circumstance to disappear.

After many years of living away under a false identity, he faces the temptation of wanting to know how the people of his town have moved on in his absence.

The question becomes an obsession: Can an entire life disappear and be forgotten? Can you start from scratch and never look back?

10. The Wages Of Fear – March 29th

From France comes the Wages of Fear set in the middle of the desert, near a refugee camp, when an oil well catches fire, directly threatening the lives of the population.

With only one solution to avert the catastrophe, the company has no choice but to detonate the oil well with nitroglycerin within 24 hours.

A powerhouse team is then sent 800 km away to transport 200 kg of explosives in two trucks.

With less than 20 hours to traverse hostile zones controlled by armed rebels, cross minefields, and drive two trucks loaded with nitroglycerin over rough terrain!

The race against the clock has begun…

Round Up

So there you have 10 solid movie and tv series choices on Netflix in March 2024. Whether you want some light-hearted romcom fun or want to delve a little deeper into the drama, there’s something for everybody.

Plus, if you still have time, there is also a new seasons of Somebody Feed Phil, Girls 5 Eva, and Young Royals to get stuck into.

And if all of that wasn't enough, there are the new documentaries, The Outreau case, and The Program as well as a brand new drama based on the life of Rocco Siffredi in Supersex.

More Movies and Shows…

We hope you enjoyed our list of Netflix Originals coming your way in March 2024.

If you'd like to view more great films and series from the likes of Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney Plus, Paramount+ and Apple TV+ – click here.

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