Netflix will be coming out with old and new movies and TV shows in March. Over 70 new films and TV shows will be available next month for streaming.
"Before We Go," which features Chris Evans' directorial debut, will be available on the streaming service starting March 1. The 2006 football movie "Gridiron Gang," starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, will air on March 16, while the 2010 movie "Charlie St. Cloud," starring Zac Efron, will air on March 18.
Movies starring Hollywood's biggest names will also be shown in March. Bill Murray as Phil Connors, a TV meteorologist, will be seen on "Groundhog Day" starting March 1, while Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts on the romantic comedy "Larry Crowne" will start streaming on March 16.
One of the highlights of next month's premieres is the Netflix original series "House of Cards." Season 4 will start being available for streaming on March 1. Fans can also expect more of the show as it has already been renewed for season 5, although it will no longer be under showrunner Beau Willimon.
Last month, in a statement released by Netflix posted on The Hollywood Reporter, they said, "Prior to its fourth-season premiere, Netflix and [producers] Media Rights Capital are thrilled to announce that House of Cards will return for a fifth season in 2017. Concurrent with the renewal, creator and showrunner Beau Willimon is departing the critically acclaimed series. The producers, cast and crew join us in wishing Beau the best in his next creative adventure."
"Daredevil" season 2 will also premiere on March 18. A new Netflix series titled "Flaked" starring Will Arnett, the voice behind the famous BoJack Horseman, will start on March 11. On a side note, "BoJack Horseman," a Netflix original, will premiere its third season this year.
Some of the movies that are set to expire next month include "American Pie," "Hardball," and "Hitch," according to Popsugar.