What’s Coming to Netflix UK in March 2019? [Updated]

Welcome back to another update of what’s New On Netflix UK for the month of March. Here we will give you the rundown of what new films and TV shows will be added next month. As well as all the global Netflix Originals we post about separately there are a lot of great shows and films on their way – so let’s jump straight to our top picks for new additions to Netflix UK in March 2019.

Note: the full list of additions will be updated throughout the month – feel free to bookmark and keep checking back!

Top Picks: New Films on Netflix UK for March

We have a wide range of additions coming in March with something for everyone. Comedy fans will enjoy the likes of the classic British rom-com Notting Hill (12th Mar); the anarchic story of Motley Crue in The Dirt (22nd Mar); the amusing love story of Forgetting Sarah Marshall (12th Mar); Netflix Original Budapest (1st Mar); and the somewhat crazy Ted (1st Mar).

For Marvel and DC fans there are a few additions in March with Paul Rudd starring in Ant-Man (22nd Mar); Chris Pratt and co. in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (21st Mar); and the super-villain antics of Suicide Squad (17th Mar). Other action films include the 2017 live-action remake of Ghost in The Shell (7th March); Triple Frontier (13th Mar) and Snow White & The Huntsman (1st Mar).

For classic films we have GoodFellas (1st Mar) as well as the return of the great time-travel trilogy: Back to the Future (26th Mar), Back to the Future: Part II (26th Mar) and Back to the Future: Part III (26th Mar).

If you prefer documentaries then there is the fascinating story of how a young African boy created a wind-powered turbine in The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind (1st Mar).

Top Picks: New TV on Netflix UK for March

There are some great additions to TV coming in March and I suspect that the latest of comedy series Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 5 (8th Mar) will be a popular addition! Other comedy TV includes Netflix Original On My Block: Season 2 (Date TBC); Jane The Virgin: Season 5 (28th Mar); a new Ricky Gervais show After Life: Season 1 (8th Mar); some more adventures with The Bluth’s in Arrested Development: Season 5 Part 2 (15th Mar); and the dark-comedy fun of Santa Clarita Diet: Season 3 (29th Mar).

Other TV additions for March include weekly episodes of RuPaul’s Drag Race: Season 11 (1st Mar); BBC drama Bodyguard: Season 1 (23rd Mar); the 2018 BBC remake of Watership Down: Season 1 (1st Mar); a new Netflix Original horror series The Order: Season 1 (7th Mar); and F1 docuseries Formula 1: Drive to Survive: Season 1 (8th Mar).

Click here to see all the weekly episodes coming in March.

Top Picks: New Children and Family Titles on Netflix UK for March

And finally for our top picks are the children and family additions. These include some classic films such as Scooby-Doo (1st Mar) and Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (1st Mar) as well as the animated fun of Happy Feet Two (1st Mar). Fans of Rowan Atkinson will enjoy Mr Bean’s Holiday (26th Mar) as well as his spoof spy films Jonny English (1st Mar) and Jonny English Reborn (1st Mar).

And for the younger viewers there is a new Original animation with Yoohoo to the Rescue: Season 1 (15th March) as well as the fun and games of Larva Island: Season 2 (1st Mar).


Obviously we can’t go into detail for every single addition so have a look at the full list below and let us know what you’re looking forward to.

Here is the full list of known additions for Netflix UK for March (subject to change):

– last updated 25th March

Netflix Originals are shown in red

1st March
All The Devil’s Men
BNK48: Girls Don’t Cry
Cricket Fever: Mumbai Indians
Guru Aur Bhole: Season 3
Happy Feet Two
Jim Gaffigan: Noble Ape
Jonny English
Jonny English Reborn
Knightfall: Season 1
Larva Island: Season 2
Losers: Season 1
Navy Seals
Northern Rescue: Season 1
Project X
River’s Edge
Robocar Poli: Season 3
RuPaul’s Drag Race: Season 11 (weekly episodes)
Rush Hour 2
Sab Jholmaal Hai: Season 4
Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed
Snow White & The Huntsman
The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind
The Break-Up
The Disastrous Life of Saiki K.: Season 3
The Scorpion King
Watership Down: Season 1
Your Son

2nd March
Dear Dad
War Chhod Na Yaar

3rd March
Ill Behaviour: Season 1

4th March
Kid Kulafa
My Only Mother (Ang Taning Ina)
Rebellion: Season 2
The Dawn Wall

5th March
American Idol: Season 17 (weekly episodes)
Collateral: Season 1
The Hard Way

6th March
Secret City: Under the Eagle: Season 2

7th March
Await Further Instructions
Ghost in The Shell (2017)
Starting Over Again
That Thing Called Tadhana
The Love Affair
The Order: Season 1

8th March
After Life: Season 1
Bangkok Love Stories: Hey You!
Bangkok Love Stories: Innocence
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 5
Disappearance: Season 1
Formula 1: Drive to Survive: Season 1
Hajwala 2: Mysterious Mission
Immortals: Season 1
Lady J
Shadow: Season 1
The Confrontation: Season 1
Walk. Ride. Rodeo.

10th March
On Chesil Beach

12th March
American Pie 2
Forgetting Sarah Marshall
Jimmy Carr: The Best of Ultimate Gold Greatest Hits
Notting Hill
Terrace House: Opening New Doors: Part 6

13th March
The Land of Hypocrisy: Season 1
Triple Frontier

14th March
A Love Story
Always Be My Maybe
Barcelona: A Love Untold
Everything About Her
Finally Found Someone
Seven Sundays

15th March
Arrested Development: Season 5 Part 2
Burn Out
Chief Daddy
Dry Martina
Edoardo Ferrario: Temi Caldi
If I Hadn’t Met You (Si no te hubiese conocido): Season 1
Las muñecas de la mafia (The Mafia Dolls): Season 2
Late Life: The Chien-Ming Wang Story
Love, Death & Robots: Season 1
Queer Eye: Season 3
The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann
Top 10 Secrets and Mysteries: Season 2
Turn Up Charlie: Season 1
Yoohoo to the Rescue: Season 1

16th March
Green Door: Season 1
The Myth

17th March
Suicide Squad

18th March
Barbie Dreamhouse Adventures: Season 1
Room in Rome

19th March
Amy Schumer: Growing
Faces Places

20th March
Alexis Viera: A Story of Surviving
February 9: Season 1
My Husband Won’t Fit (AKA: My Husband’s Penis Won’t Fit): Season 1

21st March
Antoine Griezmann: The Making of a Legend
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
The Amazing Praybeyt Benjamin
The Intent 2: The Come Up
The Super Parental Guardians
The Unmarried Wife
The Wedding Curse (Suko6)
Vince and Kath and James

22nd March
Backstage: Season 2
Carlo & Malik: Season 1
Charlie’s Colorforms City: Season 1
Crime Diaries: The Candidate (Historia de un crimen: Colosio): Season 1
Delhi Crime: Season 1
Most Beautiful Thing (Coisa Mais Linda): Season 1
ReMastered: The Miami Showband Massacre
Selling Sunset: Season 1
The Dirt
The OA: Part 2
The Rolling Stones: Olé Olé Olé! A Trip Across Latin America

23rd March
Bodyguard: Season 1
Oversize Cops

24th March
The Crucifixion

25th March
The Vow

26th March
Back to the Future
Back to the Future II
Back to the Future III
Danur: I Can See Ghosts
England Is Mine
Mr Bean’s Holiday
Nate Bargatze: The Tennessee Kid
The Incredible Story of the Giant Pear
The Thing (1982)

28th March
Ainori Love Wagon: Asian Journey: Season 2
Jane The Virgin: Season 5
The Zoo Keeper’s Wife
Whisper: Season 1

29th March
15 August
Bitter Daisies: Season 1

On My Block: Season 2
Osmosis: Season 1
Santa Clarita Diet: Season 3
The Highwaymen
The Legend of Cocaine Island
The Worst Witch: Season 1

30th March
Iceman: The Time Traveler
Z Nation: Season 4

31st March
Black ’47
El sabor de las margaritas
Friday Night Dinner: Season 3
Sicario 2: Soldado
The Book of Henry
The Burial of Kojo
The Ritual
The Spy Who Dumped Me
Top of the Lake: Season 2
Trailer Park Boys: The Animated Series: Season 1

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13 thoughts on “What’s Coming to Netflix UK in March 2019? [Updated]

  1. Nothing really interesting , back to the future was on here not long ago,rush hour also,why dont we get knight rider,voyage to bottom of sea,steethawk,land of giants,six million dollar man,all classics , which I be happy to pay my subscription for.instead we get the above.

  2. So glad I unsubscribed last month have a few days remaining then going to try Amazon Prime.
    The first three months of 2019 have been extremely disappointing on Netflix.
    The amount of nasty cheap foreign content is worse than it ever has been and it’s multiplying, when checking the daily updates on this site the vast majority of it is now foreign and in fact the foreign stuff is out numbering American/British made content and English speaking content, honestly felt like I was subscribed to some foreign service it’s that bad.
    If Netflix UK keeps doing what it’s been doing lately it will lose vast amounts of subscribers and with new services on the horizon they better get their act back together.
    Honestly feel like they are taking their customers for granted lately with the poor content.

    1. The non-English content nowhere near outnumbers the English content! Regardless of that, you don’t have to watch everything that’s on Netflix. I have a library card but there’s lots of romance novels I have no interest in – so I don’t borrow those books.

      For years people have been saying they want the same content as everyone else. Guess what? That doesn’t just mean English-speaking countries…

    2. Villian I agree with you there much more foreign stuff now as there have ever been most days now there foreign after foreign,Netflix will lose customers if they release foreign stuff at least have English dubbed not just Netflix originals,evey foreign program on my Netflix home page I put thumbs down,roll on warner and Disney and hulu make it over here,then bye bye Netflix.

    3. Good luck with Amazon Prime, if you think there’s too many foreign shows on Netflix, you’re in for a shock when you see how many are on Prime.

  3. Maft I never said non-English content out numbers the English content, I said and Quote: “when checking the daily updates on this site the vast majority of it is now foreign and in fact the foreign stuff is out numbering American/British made content and English speaking content“

    Today according to this website 21 updates on Netflix UK 19 of them are foreign, actually proving my point.

    Thank you.

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