What’s Coming And What’s Leaving Netflix In March 2020

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A new month means new releases! As always, Netflix will gain some new content, as well as lose some, in March 2020. From the third season of Ozark to Kill Bill, here are the biggest titles coming to and leaving Netflix this month…

Kingdom – Season 2 – March 13

Kingdom, the hit Korean zombie drama, first aired on Netflix in January of 2019. Now, this month, fans will finally receive the second season! The show revolves around the crown prince of a corrupted kingdom, one recently struck by famine. Unfortunately, the famine does not only starve people – but it also turns them into zombies. So, the prince sets out on a journey to save his people and find out why the strange occurrences began in the first place. The second season of the Kingdom will continue the prince’s hunt for answers and zombies. For those who love The Walking Dead, Kingdom is perfect!

Ozark – Season 3 – March 27

This dark, award-winning drama will return for a third season on Netflix. Of course, after Ozark took home plenty of awards for its second season, it was no doubt that Netflix would renew it for a third. And, if this one does just as well, expect more! Jason Bateman and Laura Linney portray a couple who move to a resort community in the Ozark Mountains after becoming involved in a money-laundering scheme. Of course, their problems follow them to their new home and things become even worse…

Spenser Confidential (2020) – March 6

Spenser Confidential, loosely based on the novel Wonderland by Ace Atkins, is the latest Netflix Original film starring a big name, this time Mark Whalberg. In this comedy-thriller, Wahlberg portrays a detective who needs to go back to Boston’s criminal underworld to crack a twisted murder conspiracy. Of course, like all other Netflix films, Spenser Confidential features an incredible supporting casting including Winston Duke, Alan Arkin, Iliza Shlesinger, and even Austin Post, aka Post Malone, in his first movie appearance.

As always, Netflix will also lose a few hits this month…

Black Panther (2018) – Leaving March 3

Now is your last chance to watch Black Panther on Netflix before it heads over to Disney’s streaming service, Disney+. Chadwick Bosman made history in 2018 by becoming not only the first black superhero to gross over $200 million worldwide, but also the first to earn an Oscar nomination. While, like all the Marvel films, Black Panther might not be the most incredibly well-written film of all time, it features fantastic costumes and set pieces, as well as a host of fun characters. Basically, everything you want from a superhero movie!

Kill Bill Vol I & II (2003, 2004) – Leaving March 30

Lately, Quentin Tarantino has been the news alot thanks to his hit film Once Upon A Time In Hollywood and first baby with Israeli celebrity Daniella Tarantino-Pick. So, if the constant Tarantino talk has got you wanting to rewatch one of his classics, make sure to check out Kill Bill – both of them – before they leave Netflix this month. It’s the perfect time to watch, or likely rewatch, both volumes!

The L Word – Seasons 1-6 – Leaving March 19

In addition to simply being a great show, The L Word will always go down as the first American TV drama that featured lesbian characters. It aired between 2004 and 2009 on Showtime, becoming loved by both critics and audiences in that time. The show, a typical dramaedy, follows the lives of a host of women living in Hollywood, California. It’s sweet, tasteful, well written, and will definitely find a way to your heart. So, watch it, before it leaves Netflix and heads over to yet another rival streaming service: HBO Max.

Sources: Forbes, What’s On Netflix.