What's new to Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Now TV in March 2019

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All the best movies and TV coming to your favourite streaming services this March

Just like regular TV it can be a real nightmare to find something good to watch on today's streaming services.

With all the competition releasing new films and TV shows all the time, it can be hard to pick something to binge. 

But fear not, we've got you covered with the best that Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Now TV have to offer you this March.


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Johnny English Reborn

Coming to Netflix: March 1

Rowan Atkinson returns in the hilarious spy spoof sequel, Johnny English Reborn. After exiling himself after a terrible mishap in Mozambique, English returns to action with a new found wisdom.


Coming to Netflix: March 1

Martin Scorsese's legendary gangster movie comes to Netflix this month. The star studded film includes Robert De Niro, Ray Liotta and Joe Pesci and tells the story of the rise and fall of Henry Hill, a young and ambitious mobster. 

Formula 1: Drive to Survive

Coming to Netflix: March 8

Netflix continue their sports documentary series with the addition of Formula 1 to its library. 

The new series, titled 'Drive to Survive' will give an exclusive look behind the scenes of the 2018 F1 season giving fans unprecedented access to the fastest motorsport in the world.

Triple Frontier

Coming to Netflix: March 15

This Netflix Original films boasts an incredible cast featuring Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac and Pedro Pascal. 

The film tells the story of a team of ex-military veterans, struggling to live above the breadline, who turn to crime to give themselves the lives they feel they deserve.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Coming to Netflix: March 21

Marvel's bombastic space comedy, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 continues the adventure of Star Lord, Gamora, Drax, Rocket and Groot as they face their biggest threat yet.

Now TV

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Game of Thrones s1-7

Coming to Now TV: March 1

Arguably the biggest show on TV makes its return to Now TV just in time for one last binge watch before the highly anticipated final season airs in April. All seven seasons of the show will be available to watch from March 1.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Coming to Now TV: March 8

The sequel to 2015's ultra popular Dinosaur blockbuster sees the series enter new territory. After Isla Nublar, the island home of the Dinosaur park is destroyed, a number of Dinos are transported to the mainland inviting a thrilling climax unlike anything in the series so far. 


Coming to Now TV: March 15

Ryan Reynolds stars in this faithful adaptation of the merc with a mouth, Deadpool. The brilliant blend of hilarious meta comedy and and grizzly, over-the-top action makes this a must-see for any comic book movie fans out there.


Coming to Now TV: March 29

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson's latest action-filled blockbuster makes its way to Now TV at the end of March. The Rock plays a former FBI agent who must defy the odds to rescue his family in this action-heavy mash-up of The Towering Inferno and Die Hard.

Amazon Prime Video

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Cold War

Coming to Prime Video: March 22

Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at this year's Oscars, Cold War tells the story of a Polish music director who tries to persuade the love of his life to flee the reach of communism and escape beyond the Iron Curtain.


Coming to Prime Video: March 12

Based on a true story, Colette tells the story of a writer whose work is not quite his own. His wife is responsible for his work and desires the fame and attention she deserves in place of her husband.


Coming to Prime Video: March 29

A TV adaption of the 2011 film, Hanna tells the story of a young girl raised in the seclusion of the forest. Her father has trained her to be the perfect killing machine but when she's sent on a mission, her experience of the outside world causes her to question her humanity.

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