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What to stream in March: 8 anticipated releases on popular platforms

The month of March promises plenty of exciting film and TV show releases across streaming platforms. From iconic Hollywood blockbusters, highly-anticipated TV shows, and even ‘90s animated series

What to stream in March: 8 anticipated releases on popular platforms

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Last Updated: 01.18 AM, Mar 02, 2024


The month of March promises plenty of exciting film and TV show releases across streaming platforms. From iconic Hollywood blockbusters, and highly-anticipated TV shows, to the return of a beloved ‘90s animated series, the March release calendar is stacked. So for today’s List Hai Toh Hit Hai podcast, we have narrowed down eight exciting titles that you should add to your watchlist right away.

Priscilla | 1st March | Mubi

American actress Cailee Spaeny plays the role of the titular character, Priscilla, the wife of the Rock N Roll legend Elvis Presley. The biopic, directed by Sofia Coppola, is a poignant tale that explores Priscilla's complicated relationship and eventual marriage to Elvis. Euphoria and Saltburn star Jacob Elordi essays the role of the late singer.


The Regime | 4th March | JioCinema

Veteran British actress Kate Winslet collaborates with HBO for a new miniseries titled The Regime. The series revolves around Winslet's character Elena Vernham, the chancellor of an authoritarian  fictional European nation. The plot examines the final year of her regime as her increasing paranoia and volatile behaviour create friction amongst her subjects. Andrea Riseborough,  Matthias Schoenaerts, and Hugh Grant play other prominent roles in the series while Will Tract serves as the series creator.

The Gentlemen | 7th March | Netflix

Guy Ritchie and black comedy crime dramas are a match made in heaven. The British filmmaker, who is best known for Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Snatch, and Sherlock Holmes, is to helm a spin-off TV show to the 2019 film of the same name. British actor Theo James plays the lead as a young aristocrat who discovers that he has inherited his family’s illegal weed empire. Kaya Scodelario, Daniel Ings, Giancarlo Esposito, and Vinnie Jones play other prominent roles.

Damsel | 8th March | Netflix

Stranger Things and Enola Holmes star Millie Bobby Brown teams up with Netflix for a new medieval fantasy action adventure film Damsel. It follows a young woman who is deceived into marrying a young Prince, only to be trapped in a tower with a fire-breathing dragon. Helmed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, the film features a supporting cast of Ray Winstone, Nick Robinson, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Robin Wright, and Angela Bassett.

Invincible Season 2: Part 2 | 14th March | Amazon Prime Video

The Prime Video original series, Invincible, returns with the second part of its second season. The popular satirical superhero animated series tells the story of teenage superhero Mark Grayson, who discovers that his superhero father is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. Steven Yeun, Sandra Oh, and J. K. Simmons play the lead roles and the show is created by Robert Kirkman.

X-Men '97 | 20th March | Disney+ Hotstar

Disney+ and Marvel have announced the sequel to the iconic ‘90s animated series X-Men: The Animated Series. The new series, titled X-Men ‘97, will pick up from where the series left off, and continue the tales of young mutants as they endeavour to protect the world, where most of the global population either hates them or fears them.

3 Body Problem | 21st March | Netflix

Helmed by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, former showrunners of Game of Thrones, 3 Body Problem is a Netflix series adaptation of the iconic novel by Chinese author Liu. The plot is set in a fictional reality where Earth encounters an alien civilization in the past, present, and future. The series features an ensemble cast of Benedict Wong, Jovan Adepo, Eiza  González, John Bradley, Jonathan Pryce, and Liam Cunningham among others.

Oppenheimer | 21st March | JioCinema

Christopher Nolan’s biopic on the father of the atomic bomb, J Robert Oppenheimer, is expected to win big at the Oscars this time after garnering an incredible 13 nominations. Irish actor Cillian Murphy slips into the role of the titular character and delivers an outstanding performance, capturing the complexities and nuances of the character. The film also features an incredible supporting cast of Robert Downey Jr, Emily Blunt, Florence Pugh, Matt Damon, Rami Malek, and Josh Hartnett among others.

Well that's all we got for this episode, until the next one it's your host Nikhil signing out.

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