Netflix kicks off its own March Madness with 39 new titles

Now that you’ve gotten your queue in order and decided which movies you need to watch before they leave Netflix in March, it’s time to do some more spring cleaning. 

And holy heck, March is a traffic jam: Teen Witch, Patch Adams, and seasons of Archer, Mad Men, and A Different World are all making their way to the site. March 6 also sees the release of two new Netflix originals: Tina Fey and Ellie Kemper’s new comedy Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and Aziz Ansari‘s latest standup special, Live at Madison Square Garden

Here are all the new titles coming to Netflix: 

March 1

1) Evelyn 
2) Finding Neverland 
3) Mercy Rule 
4) Monster High: 13 Wishes 
5) Monster High: Ghouls Rule 
6) 30 for 30: Of Miracles and Men
7) Patch Adams 
8) Rules of Engagement 
9) Teen Witch 
10) The Brothers Grimm 

March 5

11) Food Chains 
12) The ABCs of Death 2 

March 6

13) Aziz Ansari Live at Madison Square Garden 
14) My Own Man 
15) Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

March 7

16) Archer: Season 5
17) Glee: Season 5

March 9

18) After the Fall 
19) Cesar Chavez 
20) The Angriest Man in Brooklyn 
21) Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club 

March 10

22) Monster High: Haunted 

March 11

23) How to Train Your Dragon 2 

March 15

24) 3rd Rock From the Sun: Complete Series
25) A Different World: Complete Series
26) Marvel & ESPN Films Present: 1 of 1: Genesis 

March 17

27) You’re Not You 
28) Dummy 

March 19

29) Life Itself 

March 20

30) Bloodline: Season 1
31) God’s Not Dead 

March 22

32) Mad Men: Season 7 

March 23

33) November Man 

March 25

34) Garfunkel and Oates: Season 1 
35) Turn: Season 1 

March 27

36) Trailer Park Boys: Season 9
37) Frankie & Alice 

March 31

38) Ask Me Anything 
39) The Man With the Iron Fists

Illustration by Max Fleishman 

Audra Schroeder

Audra Schroeder

Audra Schroeder is the Daily Dot’s senior entertainment writer, and she focuses on streaming, comedy, and music. Her work has previously appeared in the Austin Chronicle, the Dallas Observer, NPR, ESPN, Bitch, and the Village Voice. She is based in Austin, Texas.