Netflix shows coming this March 2021

Here’s the list of all the titles coming to Netflix this March.

Time sure flies fast and just like that, we’re at the last month of the quarter one of 2021. This month, Netflix promises a lot of interesting shows, including Filipino titles, kids shoes, cartoons, anime, and original films.

There’s something for everyone. So without further ado, check out the list below.

Netflix shows, March 2021

  • Moxie (Film): March 3
    Inspired by her mom’s rebellious past and a confident new friend, a shy 16-year-old publishes an anonymous zine calling out sexism at her school. 
  • City of Ghosts (Kids & Family): March 5
    Meet the Ghost Club! Their adventures take them all around Los Angeles as they interview ghosts, solve problems and learn about their city’s history.
  • Bombay Rose (Film): March 8
  • Marriage or Mortgage (Unscripted show): March 10
    A wedding planner and a real estate agent compete to win the hearts and budgets of spouses-to-be. Will they pick fairy-tale nuptials or a dream home?
  • The One (Series): March 12
    Love and lies spiral when a DNA researcher helps discover a way to find the perfect partner, and creates a bold new matchmaking service.
  • Love Alarm: Season 2 (Series): March 12
    Longing for resounding proof of her feelings, Jojo sets out to uninstall the shield and make the app ring for her one true love.

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  • YES DAY (Film): March 12
    A mom and dad who usually say no decide to say yes to their kids’ wildest requests — with a few ground rules — on a whirlwind day of fun and adventure.
  • Waffles + Mochi (Series): March 16
    Curious puppet pals Waffles and Mochi travel the world exploring the wonders of food and culture while learning how to cook with fresh ingredients.
  • One Small Problem (Film): March 19
    The love of his life hates kids. So when his 9-year-old daughter suggests she pretend to be his sister… what could go wrong?
  • Sky Rojo (Series): March 19
    On the run from their pimp and his henchmen, three women embark on a wild and crazy journey in search of freedom. From the creators of “Money Heist.” 
  • Formula 1: Drive to Survive: Season 3 (Unscripted show): March 19
    During a shortened 2020 season, Lewis Hamilton, Daniel Ricciardo and other top drivers pursue checkered flags as COVID-19 turns the world upside down.
  • Country Comfort (Kids & Family): March 19
    An aspiring young country singer finds the band she’s been missing when she takes a job as a nanny for a musically talented family.
  • Navillera (Series): March 22
    A 70-year-old with a dream and a 23-year-old with a gift lift each other out of harsh realities and rise to the challenge of becoming ballerinas.
  • Nailed It!: Double Trouble (Unscripted show): March 24
    When two clueless cake “artists” team up, the reveals are even more ridiculous. From best buds to brothers and sisters, these bakers are twice as bad. 
  • Secret Magic Control Agency (Kids & Family): March 25
    Hansel and Gretel of fairy tale fame — now acting as secret agents — must use magic, clever thinking and teamwork on a mission to find a missing king.
  • Bad Trip (Film): March 26
    In a hidden-camera comedy from the producer of “Bad Grandpa,” two pals embark on a road trip full of funny pranks that pull real people into the mayhem.
  • The Irregulars (Series): March 26
    In 19th-century London, a group of misfits works to solve supernatural crimes at the behest of Dr. Watson and his elusive partner, Sherlock Holmes.
  • A Week Away (Film): March 26
    In this uplifting musical, a troubled teen takes a leap of faith by attending summer camp — and unexpectedly finds love, friends and a place to belong.
  • Haunted: Latin America (Unscripted show): March 31
    Real people’s terrifying tales of the chilling, unexplained and paranormal come to life with dramatic reenactments in this reality series.

Filipino shows on Netflix, March 2021

  • I Can See You: The Promise (Series): March 1
    A widowed recluse falls in love with an aspiring artist who’s determined to lift her family out of poverty.
  • I Can See You: High-Rise Lovers (Series): March 15
    A married couple faces setbacks in their relationship as miscommunication and mismatched life goals drive them apart.
  • This Time I’ll Be Sweeter (Film): March 11
    When a reporter reconnects with a college flame during an assignment, she wonders if she should give him another chance — despite her past heartbreak.
  • The Curse (Film): March 25
    To boost their social media profile, a group of friends plays cruel pranks on the homeless — drawing the attention of a vengeful, evil spirit.
  • I Can See You: Truly, Madly, Deadly (Series): March 29
    After her affair with a married man unravels, a woman leaves the city for a remote resort, where she meets a man who turns her life upside down.

Anime on Netflix, March 2021

  • Pacific Rim: The Black (Anime): March 4
    After Kaiju ravage Australia, two siblings pilot a Jaeger to search for their parents, encountering new creatures, seedy characters and chance allies.
  • B: The Beginning Succession (Anime): March 18
    When Keith is abducted and a friend from Koku’s past resurfaces, Killer B returns and everyone is pulled into a conspiracy involving the crown.
  • DOTA: Dragon’s Blood (Anime): March 25
    After encounters with a dragon and a princess on her own mission, a Dragon Knight becomes embroiled in events larger than he could have ever imagined.
  • JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable (Anime): March 31
    The lineage continues as Joseph Joestar’s grandson Jotaro arrives in Morioh to warn his relative Josuke Higashikata of dangerous new Stand users.
  • JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders (Anime): March 31
     Joseph Joestar’s grandson Jotaro Kujo has a strange new superpower, which turns out to be connected to the reemergence of old foe Dio Brando.

Bryan is a geek at heart and a tech enthusiast by choice. He has a strong background in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations having worked in the telecommunications and banking sectors for over two decades. In his spare time, he enjoys watching clips on YouTube and binge watching shows on Netflix.

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