We’ve reached the halfway point of March, and Netflix is releasing a new lineup of mid-month series, documentaries, and movies for you to binge-watch with friends and family, or on your own.
Here is the Mid-March lineup for Netflix:
Hei$t: The Great Robbery of Brazil’s Central Bank (Streaming 16 March)
Thieves broke into a bank vault in Fortaleza, Brazil, in 2005 and took approximately 160 million Real. The stunning, historic heist is the subject of this docu-series. With never-before-seen police and criminal testimonies, as well as extensive historical material, the documentary reconstructs the historic theft of Brazil’s Central Bank.
Rescued By Ruby (Streaming 17 March)
A state trooper (portrayed by The CW’s The Flash, Grant Gustin) teams up with a fellow underdog: brilliant but naughty shelter pooch, Ruby, to pursue his long-shot dream of joining an elite K-9 unit.
Watch the trailer here: [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Pwxr307O4w[/embedyt]
Light the Night Part 3 (Streaming 18 March)
Light the Night is back with its 3rd season. The women at Light Bar continue their pursuit for answers after the crash, but the truth is more convoluted than they thought.
Watch the trailer here: [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jk_6o4B14u0[/embedyt]
Windfall (Streaming 18 March)
When a pretentious mogul and his wife arrive for a last-minute vacation, a man breaks into a tech billionaire’s empty vacation property. However, things go terribly.
Watch the trailer here: [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaPdGDBcY5A[/embedyt]
Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives (Streaming 16 March)
BAD VEGAN: FAME. FRAUD comes from Chris Smith, executive producer of Tiger King and director of Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened. Sarma Melngailis, the famous restaurateur behind the glittering New York hotspot Pure Food and Wine, went from being the queen of vegan cuisine to being known as the “Vegan Fugitive” in FUGITIVES, a crazy four-part documentary series.
Watcha the trailer here: [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nTf7iViYUI[/embedyt]
Black Crab (Streaming 18 March)
Black Crab is a post-apocalyptic action thriller set in a world ripped apart by climate change and violence. During a never-ending winter, six soldiers are dispatched on a perilous trip across the freezing sea to deliver a cargo that could bring the war to an end.
Watch the trailer here: [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmjKsL_-rfw[/embedyt]
Human Resources (Streaming 18 March)
Human Resources, the even edgier and adult-ier animated show, comes from the same creative geniuses who brought us the award-winning adult animation hit, Big Mouth. The spin-off lifts the lid on the daily lives of the creatures – Hormone Monsters, Depression Kitties, Shame Wizards, and a slew of others – who assist people through every stage of life, from puberty to parenting, to old age. It rapidly becomes evident that, despite being monsters, the characters possess a great deal of humanity.
Human Resources features an all-star voice cast that includes Nick Kroll, Maya Rudolph, and David Thewlis reprising their Big Mouth roles, as well as Aidy Bryant, Brandon Kyle Goodman, Keke Palmer and Randall Park, among others.
Watch the trailer here: [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1Dhf4O4iEk[/embedyt]
Young, Famous & African (Streaming 18 March)
This reality show follows a group of well-known, wealthy personalities as they work, play, flirt, and bicker in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Watch the trailer here: [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OF9z_Yibuxk[/embedyt]
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