This Is What's Streaming on Netflix Canada in March

This Is What's Streaming on Netflix Canada in March
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Though some people like to whine about it, there's a wealth of options in Netflix Canada's rapidly expanding catalogue. March is no different, with a vast amount of new material hitting the streaming service.

We're particularly excited about the return of Love, Paul Rust and Lesley Arfin's Judd Apatow-produced rom-com series. That'll launch its second season on March 10. Netflix also continues to expand its Marvel universe. On March 17, the service will deliver the first season of Iron Fist

Iron Fist isn't the only new show bowing on Netflix this month. The network will also launch One More Time (March 10), Beau Sejour (March 16), Samurai Gourmet (March 17), Ingobernable (March 24) and Bordertown (March 31).

That's barely scratching the surface, however, as there's a ridiculous amount of television returning to the service this month. Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments drops Season 2 on March 7, Grace & Frankie launches Season 3 on March 24, The Last Kingdom launches Season 2 on March 16 and Trailer Park Boys delivers Season 11 on March 31.

As if that weren't enough, Netflix has loaded up a ton of original films. Burning Sands arrives on March 10, Deidra & Laney Rob a Train drops on March 17, Pandora arrives on March 17 and The Most Hated Woman in America arrives on March 24.

Further, the highly anticipated (and Sundance-approved) afterlife film The Discovery sees Jason Segel and Rooney Mara navigate a frightening new world on March 31.

If you'd rather laugh than ponder your existence, there are also a great deal of comedy specials set to drop. Amy Schumer's The Leather Special arrives on March 7, while Jim Norton delivers a Mouthful of Shame on March 14. Felipe Neto declares My Life Makes No Sense with a special on March 24 and Jo Koy comes at us Live from Seattle on March 28.

On March 31, Netflix will debut Five Came Back, an original documentary about World War II's effect on Hollywood. To coincide with its arrival, they're delivering a large batch of classic wartime docs, including How to Operate Behind Enemy Lines, The Battle of Midway, Let Their Be Light, San Pietro, Tunisian Victory, Report from the Aleutians, The Battle of Russia, Prelude to War, Thunderbolt and The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress.

There are no shortage of non-exclusives hitting the service. These include Get Hard (March 1), Ice Age: Collision Course (March 1), Independence Day: Resurgence (March 1), X-Men: Apocalypse (March 1), The Grand Budapest Hotel (March 1), Star Trek Beyond (March 17), Hell or High Water (March 24), the wonderful Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 (March 28) and Pompeii (March 31).

The service will also deliver Season 1 of Hap and Leonard (March 1), Season 1 of Greenleaf (March 3) and Season 2 of Better Call Saul (March 27).

Unfortunately, there's also the sad reality that we have to say goodbye to some content each month. You've only got until March 1 to watch every season of Mad Men or Call the Midwife, and every season of 3rd Rock from the Sun will disappear on March 15. Further, get ready to lose The Longest Ride (March 1), The Judge (March 1), Transformers: Age of Extinction (March 13), The Da Vinci Code (March 14), Spider-Man (March 15) and Dark Skies (March 26).