Best Netflix shows & movies premiering in March 2019 - Release Dates & Trailers

Want to know what's premiering on Netflix in March? Here are the best movies and shows that you must not miss.

                            Best Netflix shows & movies premiering in March 2019 - Release Dates & Trailers

Now that the Oscars buzz has fizzled down, we have the right fix for you if you are looking for something fresh and new to watch on Netflix? With the month just beginning, there will be a whole new bunch of movies and series that will be available for you to binge watch on the streaming giant this March. 

Since there will be lot to choose from, it will not be easy for you to decide which ones are worth your time, and which ones should be given the miss. But do not let that worry you, because MEA WorldWide has got you covered. Here are the top ten original shows premiering on Netflix this month, which according to yours truly, you should not miss. 

Northern Rescue - (March 1)

This 10-episode Canadian drama is currently streaming on the network. Starring William Baldwin and Kathleen Robertson, season 1 released on Netflix on March 1. The series revolves around John West (Baldwin) and his family, who uproot and move from their urban life after the death of West's wife.

West along with his three kids move to a small town where he leads the Search and Rescue team. The series showcases how the family copes with the sudden change, their new surroundings, friends and the death of their mother and wife. The series is created by David Cormican, Dwayne Hill and Mark Bacci.


Secret City: Under the Eagle: Season 2 - (March 4)

'Secret City' is an Australian political drama series. Revolving around a world of secrets, lies, murder, and betrayal, the series is based on the best-selling novels written by Chris Uhlmann and Steve Lewis. The second season is a departure from the books that the first season was based on. It premiered on Netflix on March 4 and consists of 6 episodes. The season picks up with Harriet Dunkley (Anna Torv), who is out of prison and in search of the truth. While searching she comes across a military program so secret even the Prime Minister has no idea about it. 


The Order - (March 7)

Netflix's 'The Order' is a horror drama created by Dennis Heaton and Shelley Eriksen, and set to premiere on the streaming giant on March 7. The series revolves around college student Jack Morton, who joins a secret society to avenge for his mothers' death. After pledging himself to the society he is sent into a world of magic, monsters, and intrigue. As he gets sucked into the secret society, he figures out dark family secrets and an underground battle. The first season will consist of a total of 10 episodes. 


Queer Eye: Season 3 - (March 15)

The Fab Five are back for another season. 'Queer Eye' is all set to premiere on Netflix on March 15. The first two seasons, the Fab Five spent it in Atlanta. And for Season 3 they head to the Midwest to transform the lives of "heroes" who need a new makeover in life. Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Tan France, Antoni Porowski, and Jonathan Van Ness will come across a bunch of firsts, including a chance of transforming the life of a lesbian. 


Love Death and Robots - (March 15)

'Love, Death & Robots' is an animated anthology that will premiere on the streaming giant on March 15. The first season will consist of a total of 18 episodes. Produced by Joshua Donen, David Fincher, Jennifer Miller, and Tim Miller the series is a collection of animated short stories from Fincher's collection that range from sci-fi to comedy to fantasy to horror. Each episode of the series is animated by a different crew that hail from different countries around the world.


Osmosis - (March 29)

Osmosis is a French sci-fi series that is set in near-future Paris. Revolving around a new dating app called “Osmosis”, which can decode true love by digging deep into its users’ brain in order to find a perfect match that is 100% accurate.

But it does come with a catch when you decide to let the app algorithm decide who you fall in love with: The technology can gain access to whatever is in your mind and your secrets as well. This series was created by Audrey Fouché and is much anticipated. 


Turn Up Charlie - (March 15)

Created by Idris Elba and Gary Reich, 'Turn Up Charlie' is a forthcoming Netflix series that will premiere on March 15. Consisting of eight episodes in season 1, the series has Elba playing the role of Charlie, a struggling DJ and bachelor. He is given one last chance to become successful when he hesitantly becomes a manny for his famous best-friend's troublesome daughter. Elba is also an executive producer for this series alongside Reich and Tristram Shapeero. Piper Perabo, JJ Feild, and Frankie Hervey are also part of the main cast for this series. 


Shadow - (March 8)

Shadow is a South African-produced series that will premiere on Netflix on March 8. The series follows an ex-cop who due to a rare condition cannot feel pain. The series is set and filmed in the heart of Johannesburg. Starring Pallance Dladla who plays the role of Shadow and Amanda Du Pont, who plays his love, Ashley, the crime drama revolves around a Johannesburg detective who quits his job to help people like him after the brutal murder of a young girl. 

Juanita - (March 8)

A forthcoming film by director Clark Johnson, 'Juanita' is from a screenplay by Roderick M. Spencer. It is based upon the novel 'Dancing on the Edge of the Roof' by Sheila Williams. Starring Alfre Woodard and Blair Underwood, the movie is set to release on March 8. The story revolves around a woman who takes a Greyhound bus to Montana. And over there she reinvents herself in order to find her mojo. Marcus Henderson, Adam Beach, Ashlie Atkinson, Tsulan Cooper, LaTanya Richardson Jackso, and Kat Smith have also joined the film as cast members. 


After Life - (March 8)

'After Life' is a dark comedy series that will release on the streaming giant on March 8. Consisting of a total of six episodes in season 1, it is created, executive produced and directed by Ricky Gervais. Gervais also plays the role of the main character, Tony. The series portrays Tony's life, which is perfect until the death of his wife. He first contemplates committing suicide but changes his mind and decides to live his life to the fullest. His plan is to punish the world for the death of his wife by saying and doing whatever he wants. Though Tony thinks this ability is a super power, he gets into many a sticky situation when everyone around him tries to make him a better person.