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Movies & Series You Can’t Miss in March 2023

Updated: Mar 5

Look no further for March entertainment! We rounded up the top 10 movies and series streaming right now and/or will be released this month. Check out some of the movies/series that made our list:

  1. Abbott Elementary Season 2 on Disney + (March 1st)

"Abbott Elementary" is a workplace comedy that follows a group of teachers and their principal as they try to help the students in the Philadelphia public school system. Despite the difficulties of everyday school life, the educators remain dedicated to helping their students succeed. The show has won an Emmy and a Golden Globe.

2. Suicide Squad arrives on Netflix March 1st

Government recruits supervillains to stop an apocalypse in exchange for freedom.

3. Next in Fashion season 2 on Netflix March 3rd

Netflix's Next in Fashion is back for a second season, this time with hosts Tan France and Gigi Hadid. Designers will compete for a $200,000 prize and the chance to share their designs with the world.


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4. Unprisoned on Disney+ March 10th

A single mom's life is turned upside-down when her dad moves in with her and her teenage son after being released from prison.

5. Riverdale season 7 on Netflix March 30th

Riverdale's seventh and final season will air by the end of March on Netflix, and will wrap up the stories of Archie, Betty, Veronica and Jughead.

6. The Mandelorian season 3 on Disney+, March 1st

Din Djarin and Grogu are reunited in Season 2 of "The Mandalorian," and Din is heading back to Mandalore as Grogu's Jedi powers grow.

7. Creed III in Theaters Friday, March 3rd

Creed III stars Michael B. Jordan as Adonis Creed, who goes up against a childhood rival played by Jonathan Majors. Jordan also makes his directorial debut in the movie.


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8. History of the world: Part 2 on Hulu, March 6th

This four-episode mini-series brings together some of the funniest actors of our time (such as Quinta Brunson, Seth Rogen, Kumail Nanjiani and more), in a sequel to a beloved movie, with Mel Brooks narrating and cameo-ing.

9. Scream VI in theaters Friday, March 10th