'Queer Eye', 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' and 'Back to the Future' trilogy among gems coming to Netflix in March

By Denise O’Donoghue

March is almost upon us and that means one thing to entertainment lovers: new things to watch on Netflix.

TV lovers will rejoice at the return of 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine', which is back on March 8 with its fifth season. The comedy series follows Detective Jake Peralta and his colleagues in Brooklyn's 99th precinct

A troubled war veteran is assigned to protect a controversial politician who may be the target of a terror plot in 'Bodyguard'. The six-part BBC series will be available from March 23.

Other notable TV additions are an adaptation of the classic 1972 Richard Adams novel 'Watership Down' (March 1) and 'McQueen' (March 31), a fashion documentary on the life and career of designer Lee Alexander McQueen.

There's something for everyone among the films being added to Netflix next month. You can't go wrong with 'Ted' (March 1), 'Jonny English' (March 1), 'The Break-Up' (March 1), 'Happy Feet Two' (March 1), 'Notting Hill' (March 12) and 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall' (March 12), while other greats include the 'Back to the Future' trilogy (March 26), 'Suicide Squad' (March 17) and 'Snow White and the Huntsman' (March 1).

A whole host of new Netflix originals are coming, including 'The Order' (March 7), 'Formula 1: Drive To Survive' (March 8), 'After Life' (March 8), 'Love, Death and Robots' (March 15), 'Turn Up Charlie' (March 15) and everyone's favourite fabulous fivesome, 'Queer Eye' (March 15).

Original films coming our way include Chiwetel Ejiofor's feature directorial debut,'The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind' (March 1), 'Triple Frontier' (March 13), in which five former special forces operatives reunite to steal a drug lord's fortune, and 'The Highwaymen' (March 29), the untold story of the detectives who brought down Bonnie and Clyde, which stars Kevin Costner, Woody Harrelson and Kathy Bates.

We're being treated to three more comedy specials, this time featuring Jimmy Carr (March 12), Amy Schumer (March 19) and Nate Bargatze (March 26).

There are lots of treats in store for kids too, with Larva Island (March 1), Yoohoo to the Rescue (March 15) and Charlie's Colorforms City (March 22).

But wait, there's more. Netflix has tweeted a list of even more shows that are coming.

The 11th season of 'RuPaul's Drag Race' (March 1), more episodes of 'Arrested Development' (March 16) and season three of 'Santa Clarita Diet' (March 29) are among the TV offerings.

Movie-wise, 'Goodfellas' (March 1), 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2' (March 21) and 'Ant Man' (March 22) will also be added to the platform.

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