Entertainment.ie's TV Editor Fiona Flynn picks the new TV shows, movies and documentaries arriving to Netflix this month that you won't want to miss.
The Order (7/3/2019)
Out to avenge his mother's death, a college student pledges a secret order and lands in a war between werewolves and practitioners of dark magic. This one stars nobody you know and could be terrible... but worth keeping an eye out for nonetheless.
After Life (8/3/2019)
A brand new dark British comedy created, executive produced, directed, and starring Ricky Gervais - so on his head let it fall if it's not successful - it does look promising though. Struggling to come to terms with his wife's death, Gervais plays Tony - a writer for a newspaper who adopts a gruff new persona in an effort to push away those trying to help.
Formula 1: Drive to Survive (8/3/2019)
A collaboration between Netflix and Formula One to give an exclusive behind the scenes look at the 2018 Formula One World Championship Drivers, managers and team owners live life in the fast lane - both on and off the track during one cutthroat season of Formula 1 racing.
Love, Death & Robots (15/3/2019)
A strictly for adults animated anthology series presented by Tim Miller and David Fincher that's set to be a a "genre orgy of NSFM stories", according to Netflix. Watch the trailer below and you will see what they mean.
Turn Up Charlie (15/3/2019)
Idris Elba ('Luther', 'The Wire') turns his hand to comedy in this upcoming Netflix series. He stars as a down-and-out DJ plots to rebuild his music career while working as a nanny for his famous best friend's wild 11-year-old daughter.
Arrested Development: Season 5 B (15/3/2019)
This first part of season 5 of Arrested Development landed last year amid a wave of controversy around Jeffrey Tambor so don't expect much fuss over this final half.
As the Bluths continue to make a mess of their personal and professional lives, Michael again can't quite abandon the family that makes him miserable.
Queer Eye: Season 3 (15/3/2019)
They're back! The Fab Five hit the road and head to Kansas City, Missouri, for another season of emotional makeovers and stunning transformations.
The OA: Part II
Two years after the first season arrived on Netflix, the second season of 'The OA' is finally here. The series follows OA (Brit Marling) as she navigates a new dimension, one in which she has a completely different life as a Russian heiress, and one in which she once again finds herself as Hap's (Jason Isaac) captive.
Santa Clarita Diet: Season 3 (29/3/2019)
Season 3 arrives of Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant - Sheila searches for meaning, Joel investigates a secret society, and Abby struggles with her feelings for Eric. Life and undeath can be so stressful.
The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind (1/3/2019)
Inspired by a science book, 13-year-old William Kamkwamba builds a wind turbine to save his Malawian village from famine. Based on a true story, written, directed by and starring Chiwetel Ejiofor in his feature directorial debut.
Triple Frontier (13/3/2019)
Struggling to make ends meet, five former U.S. soldiers set out to steal millions from a drug lord's lair - and end up with a target on their backs. Starring Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, Charlie Hunnam, Garrett Hedlund and Pedro Pascal.
The Highwaymen (29/3/2019)
Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson star in this upcoming Netlfix flick directed by John Lee Hancock from an original screenplay by John Fusco that is scheduled to debut on March 29, 2019, on Netflix. It follows two Texas Rangers as they attempt to track down and apprehend notorious criminals Bonnie and Clyde.
NETFLIX ORIGINAL COMEDY SPECIALS
Jimmy Carr: The Best of Ultimate Gold Greatest Hits (12/3/2019)
Filmed at The Olympia Theatre in Dublin, Ireland, Jimmy Carr has gathered a selection of his very best jokes for the ultimate comedy special.
Amy Schumer - Growing (19/3/2019)
Amy Schumer is back with a new comedy special to give her honest take on marriage, pregnancy and personal growth. Filmed in front of a packed house in Chicago, the comedian talks about the joys of womanhood, settling into marital bliss, and of course - it's Amy - sex.
NETFLIX ORIGINAL DOCUMENTARIES
In a "winning is everything" society, how do we handle failure? Using sports as its guide, this documentary series examines the psychology of losing.
ReMastered: The Miami Showband Massacre (22/3/2019)
Ambushed by Ulster loyalists, three members of the Miami Showband were killed in Northern Ireland in 1975. Was the crime linked to the government?
The Legend of Cocaine Island (29/3/2019)
A businessman who is down on his luck hatches a plan to retrieve a mythical $2-million stash of cocaine from its reported hiding place in the Caribbean.
If you are wondering what other classic shows and films are arriving to the streaming service in March, check out some of the highlights in the video below: