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The Best Movies and TV Shows to Stream in March 2020

From 'Little Fires Everywhere' to the season 10 finale of 'Curb Your Enthusiasm,' this month is a good time to check out the freshest offerings on streaming services.
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With more options all the time, there's never a shortage of content on streaming services. From Netflix to Disney+ to Amazon Prime, you can always be sure that someone has released something new and enticing to binge. The month of March is no exception, bringing original content to stream like Kerry Washington's new show Little Fires Everywhere and the season 3 premiere of Westworld. We'll also see the arrival of some big blockbuster films that you may have either missed out on or want to watch again, like Black Panther and The Kitchen. There is such a variety of movies and TV shows streaming in March 2020 that it can be hard to decide which to watch first, so we narrowed it down to some of the best. Here are 18 things to stream this month.

Taylor Tomlinson: Quarter-Life Crisis

Out on Netflix on March 3, this hilarious special stars 26-year-old comedian Taylor Tomlinson as she reflects on her life choices. Featuring themes such as partying to settling down, no topic is off-limits, and it's sure to be a hit among twentysomethings looking for some relatable laughs to interpret the new version of a mid-life crisis.

Lil Peep: Everybody's Everything

This documentary is an introspective look at late rapper Lil Peep, who passed away from a drug overdose at just 21 years old in November 2017. Out on Netflix now, it's bringing his story to a wider audience after a theatrical release this past fall. If your friend group always winds up discussing the latest in pop culture, be sure to watch this soon so you'll be up to date on new details of the young musician's rise and fall.

On My Block: Season 3

Premiering on Netflix on March 11 is season 3 of On My Block. After a lengthy hiatus and ending season 2 on a huge cliffhanger, the four Los Angeles teens are back, and more trouble awaits than ever before. With the much-anticipated return just a few days away, interest is building on social media, so mark your calendar to watch it if you want to follow the action-packed story that everyone will be talking about.

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Élite: Season 3

Netflix's Élite is back for another season on March 13. For those unfamiliar with the premise, three working-class teens enroll in an exclusive private school in Spain. But when they get there, the clash between them and the wealthier students leads to murder. It's an early return for the series (Season 2 just premiered in September), and after a twist ending last time around, fans are excited to see what happens next.

Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution

From Barack and Michelle Obama's Higher Ground production company comes this documentary. It focuses on Camp Jened, a "summer camp for the handicapped run by hippies" (as said by co-director James Lebrecht in the film) that sparked a disability rights movement. The film ​​​​​​premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year to rave reviews and comes to Netflix on March 25.

Ozark: Season 3

For the uninitiated, this show follows Jason Bateman as Marty Byrde, a financial planner who relocates his family to a summer resort community in the Ozarks. He's on the move after a money-laundering scheme goes wrong, forcing him to pay off a huge debt to a drug lord in order to keep his family safe. The new season comes with all the twists and turns that the show's known for and premieres on Netflix on March 27. If you haven't watched the show before, that just may give you enough time to catch up before streaming the new episodes.

Agatha Christie’s The Pale Horse: Season 1

In this Amazon Original series and based on the Agatha Christie novel of the same name, a mysterious list of names is found in a dead woman's shoe. Mark Easterbrook is an antiques dealer who begins a search to find out why his name is on the list. In true Christie fashion, the film is full of suspense, murder, and thrills. Out on Amazon Prime on March 13, it's sure to make for a thrilling night in.

Making the Cut: Season 1

In another Amazon original series, Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn host a new fashion design competition, just two months after Next in Fashion premiered and made us fans of designers like Minju Kim and Daniel W. Fletcher. Judges include Naomi Campbell, Nicole Richie, Carine Roitfeld, Joseph Altuzarra, and Chiara Ferragni. Twelve designers compete to become the next big thing (and to win $1 million). All the winning designs will be available to purchase on Amazon immediately after each episode. Two episodes will launch on March 27, and new episodes will premiere weekly after that, so while there's no immediate binge-watching, you'll have time to fall in love with some of your favorite contestants before learning their ultimate fates.

Hillary

In this Hulu original, this docuseries is an intimate portrait of Hillary Clinton that interweaves revealing moments from never-before-seen 2016 campaign footage. It features interviews from Hillary herself, Bill Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, and others. Out on Hulu on March 6, it's sure to gain traction as the US is in the heat of another presidential primary.

Little Fires Everywhere

Based on Celeste Ng's 2017 bestseller, Little Fires Everywhere follows the intertwined fates of the picture-perfect Richardson family and a mysterious mother and daughter who upend their lives. Starring Kerry Washington and Reese Witherspoon, it's out on March 18 on Hulu.

Westworld: Season 3

This hit HBO original is back for a third season on March 15. In case you're unfamiliar with the plot, Westworld is a science fiction series about robots, fantasy, and artificial consciousness. Thandie Newton, Anthony Hopkins, and Ed Harris star, and after all that happened in the second season, anticipation is high for the show's return.

Curb Your Enthusiasm: Season 10 Finale

Larry David plays a version of himself in this improvised comedy series. The season 10 finale premieres on HBO on March 22, and you can be sure that both longtime fans and recent converts will be eagerly watching to see how this season's characters come together to culminate a whirlwind set of ten episodes.

The Kitchen (2019)

Starring Melissa McCarthy, Tiffany Haddish, and Elisabeth Moss as mob wives, The Kitchen is about the Irish mafia. The film is set in New York's Hell's Kitchen neighborhood, where the starring three women take business into their own hands after the FBI sends their husbands to prison, running the operation and eliminating their competition. Out on HBO Go on March 28, the film's cast and action-filled plot seem sure to generate major excitement.

Stargirl (2020)

Based on the novel of the same name by Jerry Spinelli, Stargirl is a coming-of-age story about teenagers in high school, first love, and non-conformity. Out on Disney+ on March 13, the film stars Grace VanderWaal, who's accomplished a lot at a young age after rising to fame (ukulele in tow) on America's Got Talent, which she won in 2016. While VanderWaal (who also just attended the Chanel show) is sure to bring many eyes to the film, so is the beloved story, which many people have enjoyed in book form over the last two decades.

Black Panther (2018)

If you still haven't seen this movie, where have you been? Chadwick Boseman stars as T'Challa, next in line to be king. However, the road to power doesn't come easy. Michael B. Jordan and Lupita Nyong'o also star. Black Panther hit Disney+ on March 4, so whether you saw the film in theaters or are looking to finally experience the game-changing excitement for yourself, now is the time to return to Wakanda.

A Wrinkle in Time (2018)

From visionary director Ava DuVernay comes A Wrinkle in Time, based off the book of the same name by Madeleine L'Engle. Meg Murry (Storm Reid) and her little brother, Charles Wallace, are joined by Meg's classmate Calvin O'Keefe to find her missing father. They are also guided by mysterious travelers named Mrs. Whatsit (Reese Witherspoon), Mrs. Who (Mindy Kaling), and Mrs. Which (Oprah).  If you missed it in 2018, you now have the opportunity to catch up, as the film comes to Disney+ on March 25.

Amazing Stories (2020)

Apple TV is premiering this five-episode science fiction anthology series on March 6. Based on the 1985 television series of the same name created by Steven Spielberg, it is set to "transport the audience to worlds of wonder through the lens of today’s most imaginative filmmakers, directors, and writers." With the recent success of other anthology series like Black Mirror and Spielberg's involvement, it's certain that all eyes will be on this show from the moment it premieres.

The Banker (2020)

Two Black entrepreneurs in the 1950s hire a white man to pose as the head of their company while they assume the roles of janitors and a chauffeur and run the business. Starring Nicholas Hoult, Samuel L. Jackson, Nia Long, and Anthony Mackie, it's out on Apple TV on March 20.

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