With February thankfully almost done, all sights are set firmly on March for what to watch. As usual, Netflix has got everything covered.
A Female-Led Month
A whole raft of new content is hitting the service come March 1, from classic movies to all the latest and greatest must-binge shows and topical documentaries to pore over and discuss endlessly.
Among the fan-favorite movies dropping next month are the likes of Ghostbusters 1 and 2, Cruel Intentions, The Descent, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, and Wet Hot American Summer. The TV side of things sees original series Jessica Jones, Santa Clarita Diet, and Love returning, among others.
New shows hitting screens in March include the highly anticipated The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale, which is McHale's big return since the untimely demise of E! classic The Soup.
Also sure to be a must-watch is the upcoming episode of My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman, which features Nobel Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai.
Letterman's previous guest was none other than President Barack Obama, so it's pretty much guaranteed this Netflix original is going to continue to rake in the viewers. The next episode drops on the service March 9.
The Malala episode is part of International Women's Day, which falls on March 8, and which Netflix is celebrating by dedicating the whole month to the talented women of TV and film. The service will be celebrating female-led projects as well as those working behind the camera.
Aside from Letterman and Jessica Jones, which actually debuts a series helmed by all-female directors on the day itself, there's the Carey Mulligan-led series Collateral and Roxanne Roxanne, a movie charting the rise of hip-hop star Roxanne Shanté.
Something For Everyone
Netflix continues to offer a variety of original content suitable for all tastes, whether it's Marvel fans or documentary buffs taking in one of its many thought-provoking offerings in this mode.
Next month, Netflix takes aim at some unavoidably topical issues currently facing the American people, including in the aptly titled Flint Town. The doc follows officers in the titular Michigan town as they battle the water crisis as well as tussles with local people.
Elsewhere, Take Your Pills tackles the rise of prescription drug use and the dependency many Americans now have on over-the-counter meds.
Those in the mood to relax a bit more and take their minds off what's going on in the world needs look no further than Voltron: The Legendary Defender, the fifth season of which is available from March 2.
Likewise, Netflix's new baking show, Nailed It, which is hosted by comedian Nicole Byer and chocolatier Jacques Torres, is the Great British Baking Show stand-in guaranteed to elicit warm and gooey feelings in viewers.
There's also the new comedy from the Workaholics boys, Game Over, Man! to look forward to next month.
As for what's leaving the service in March, the two Tim Allen Santa Clause movies are out, since they're both really out of season by now, as well as all seven seasons of FX's Archer. Classic movies including Jaws are also gone, so now is definitely the time to watch them while it's still possible.