5 Memorable Shows/Movies Coming to Netflix in March 2024

5 Memorable Shows/Movies Coming to Netflix in March 2024

Netflix has enjoyed an impressive 2024 thus far, with Fool Me Once enjoying a memorable run since its January 1 release. March has begun today, and we felt it was only right to set you up for the month and bring you five memorable shows/movies to watch on Netflix in March 2024.

5 Memorable Shows/Movies on Netflix in March

Netflix March 2024: Full Swing Season 2 – March 6

Serial sports documentaries have carved out a vital space on the Netflix platform, with Drive to Survive and Break Point bringing us behind the scenes of some of the world’s biggest sporting stars. Full Swing season one gave us unique behind-the-scenes access to the world’s greatest players, such as Rory McIlroy and Luke Donald.

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Full Swing is brilliant action throughout, and season 2 looks set to bring us more in-depth insight into the overall landscape of the sport. 

The Gentlemen – March 7

At the end of 2019, Guy Ritchie introduced us to the nuts and bolts of cannabis gangs in London with The Gentlemen film. After a few years, – we are being taken back to meet a new group of reprobates. Ray Winstone, Kaya ScodelarioDaniel IngsGiancarlo Esposito, and Vinnie Jones will star in the eight-part series.

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It looks set to be a classic Ritchie offering, which brings us a tangled web of criminality. This one we are definitely looking forward to at LWOS Life.

Damsel – March 8

Damsel was due to be released on October 13, 2023, but will now hit our screens on March 8, 2024, with Millie Bobby Brown of Stranger Things and Enola Holmes fame taking on the role of Princess Elodie. The film will be directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo and revolves around Princess Elodie having to fight her way out of trouble and slay the dragon.

Shirley – March 22

Searching through Netflix, you will find a plethora of true crime docs and biopics. The month of March will bring us Shirley, starring Regina King, who ran in the 1972 presidential elections. The film will reveal the journey of political figure Shirley Chisholm and the institutional racism and sexism she had to deal with.

The Program: Cons, Cults and Kidnapping – March 5

Netflix seemingly has a never-ending conveyor belt of gripping documentaries to watch, and one more is on the way, with The Program: Cons, Cults, and Kidnapping landing on the streaming platform on March 5, where it will concentrate on The Academy at Ivy Ridge.

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This place is for ‘troubled teens’ who were sent there by dispairing parents. The documentary will bring you accounts from victims who experienced the camp and abuse, both physical and emotional. This looks set to be an emotional rollercoaster.