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7 Movies & TV Shows To Binge-Watch On Netflix, Amazon Prime Video & Disney+Hotstar This March

Airplane mode. Check. Popcorn. Check.

By Gargi Agrawal  March 10th, 2021

Congratulations on battling through one year of cabin fever! And with a cycle that’s gone on to become rather promising—think binge-watch sessions and lounging for endless hours on the couch—the fact remains that we’re all still stuck in some way. But fret not, because this month is already looking great. No, you don’t have to put on your jeans and hit the road. You have to put on your digital screens, kick back and relax. Just one suggestion: some munchies wouldn’t hurt.

Here are all the movies and TV shows that you should be binge-watching this March.

1. Yes Day on Netflix

Out on: March 12

Who doesn’t love a fun family comedy? Starring Jennifer Garner and Edgar Ramirez as parents to three kids, the movie follows a crazy storyline. The couple, who are rather stringent, decide to give 24 hours to their off-springs wherein every request will be fulfilled. What happens next? Find out.

2. Women Of Honour: Destination Army on Disney+Hotstar

Out on: March 8

What does it take for a woman to make it to the Indian army? Watch this movie to find out. Follow the journey of two lady cadets who undergo rigorous training spanning six months. What’s worth noting? The transformation of these women to become Indian Army officers.

3. Moxie on Netflix

Out on: March 3

Amy Poehler of Saturday Night Live fame takes the wheel as the director and supporting actor for this movie, an adaptation of the eponymous book Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu. Here’s what’s in it for you: inspired by her mother’s rebellious and feminist past, a shy teenager (Vivian) publishes an anonymous zine to call out sexism at her school.

4. Coming 2 America on Amazon Prime Video

Out on: March 5

A sequel to Coming To America (1985) starring Eddie Murphy, Coming 2 America picks up the storyline when Prince Azeem returns to Queens (New York) to find his long-lost son and bring him back to Zamunda. While the son accepts to meet the father, things between them don’t end up well, for the son is expected to be the heir to the throne back home.

5. Bombay Begums on Netflix

Out on: March 8

From boardrooms to society’s margins, Bombay Begums explores five women’s lives from distinct economic and social strata. Set in contemporary, urban India, follow their journey as they navigate dreams, desires and disappointments.

6. Marvel Studios Assembled on Disney+Hotstar

Out on: March 12

Action enthusiasts, you’re in for a delight this month. This comprehensive documentary series will take you behind the scenes on the sets of WandaVision, Falcon and The Winter Soldier, Loki and more for an immersive on-set footage experience. The series is an in-depth examination of the next phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

7. The Irregulars on Netflix

Out on: March 26

Love Sherlock? This one’s for you. Set in Victorian London, The Irregulars is a British crime drama starring the iconic misfits—Dr Watson and Sherlock Holmes, who team up to investigate a series of supernatural crimes.

 

Which movies and TV shows are you watching this month?

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