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What's streaming in March

Published 9:52 PM ET, Thu February 26, 2015
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There has been a decided lack of Tina Fey since "30 Rock" went off the air, but we can now console our selves with the "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt." The new comedy staring Ellie Kemper as woman starting her life over in New York City is Fey's brainchild and premiering on Netflix in March. Here's what else starts streaming that month: Universal Television
"Patch Adams" (1998) : The late Robin Williams amd Monica Potter star in this tear-jerker. (Netflix) Universal Pictures/Getty Images
"Finding Neverland" (2004) : The story of author J.M. Barrie's friendship with a family who inspired him to create the legendary Peter Pan stars Johnny Depp and Kate Winslet. (Netflix) Walt Disney Productions
"The Brothers Grimm" (2005) : The late Heath Ledger teams up with Matt Damon in this tale about a pair of con-artists who must find some real courage. (Netflix) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
"Teen Witch" (1989) : A teen discovers she's descended from Salem witches and uses her new found powers to increase her popularity in this comedy. (Netflix) Trans World Entertainment
"Evelyn" (2002): Sophie Vavasseur and Pierce Brosnan star in this drama about a father struggling to regain custody of his family. (Netflix) United Artists/Getty Images
"Monster High: Ghouls Rule" (2012)/ "Monster High 13 Wishes" (2013)/ "Monster High: Haunted" (2015) : Nickelodeon has found success with these specials featuring Mattel's toy line based on horror and sci-fi characters. (Netflix, Amazon Prime, iTunes) Mattel Entertainment
"Rules of Engagement" (2007) : A group of friends deal with the ups and downs of relationships in this TV series which ran until 2013. (Netflix) CBS Paramount Network Television
"Food Chains" (2014) - This documentary exposes the living conditions of migrant farm workers who pick fruits and vegetables. (Netflix) Illumine Group
"Aziz Ansari Live at Madison Square Garden" (2014) : The "Parks and Recreation" star covers everything from relationships to gender inequality during his sold-out stand up performance at the famous New York City venue. (Netflix) Andrew Baasch/Netflix
"Archer" season 5 : FX has struck pop culture gold with its adult animated series which follows the exploits of a lascivious secret agent. (Netflix) FX Productions
"Glee" season 5 : The first season not to feature actor Cory Monteith (who died in 2013), it includes the 100th episode where past characters return to bid the character Will Schuester (played by Matthew Morrison) farewell. (Netflix) 20th Century Fox Television
"The Angriest Man in Brooklyn" (2014) : The late Robin Williams stars as a man rushing to reconcile with his family in the short amount of time he has to live. (Netflix, Amazon Prime) AMIB Productions
"Tyler Perry's The Single Moms Club" (2014) : A group of single mothers form a support group in this dramedy. (Netflix, Amazon Prime) KC Bailey/Lionsgate
"After the Fall" (2014) : A man turns to a life of crime to support his family. (Netflix) IMDB
"Cesar Chavez" (2014) : Michael Peña stars in the title role in the biopic about the famed labor leader and civil rights activist. (Netflix) Pantelion Films
"How to Train Your Dragon 2" (2014) : The sequel to the successful 2010 movie has Hiccup and Toothless discovering an ice cave. (Netflix) DreamWorks Animation
"3rd Rock From the Sun" The Complete Series : A group of extraterrestrials live undercover while on an expedition to Earth in this series which ran on NBC from 1996 to 2001. (Netflix) Carsey-Werner Company
"You're Not You" (2014) : Academy Award winner Hilary Swank, left, and Emmy Rossum star in this drama about a pianist with ALS and her caregiver. (Netflix) eOne Films US
"Dummy " (2002) : An ex-office worker becomes a ventriloquist and tries to balance his love life with his quirky family in this comedy. (Netflix) Dummy Productions LLC
"Mad Men" season 7: Jon Hamm and Christina Hendricks are back as stars in the very popular AMC series about a company of advertising men in the 1960s. (Netflix) From Lionsgate Television
"Life Itself" (2014) : Roger Ebert's life and career are chronicled in this documentary about the experiences of the late film critic. (Netflix) CNNFilms
"Bloodline" season 1 : This original series follows a family whose secrets start to come to light after their black sheep brother returns home. (Netflix) Saeed Adyani/Sony Pictures Television
"God's Not Dead" (2014) - Kevin Sorbo and Dean Cain star in this Christian drama about an evangelical college student whose faith is challenged by his professor. (Netflix, Amazon Prime) Pure Flix Productions
"Garfunkel and Oates" season 1 : Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci star as their musical alter-egos Garfunkel and Oates in this IFC series. (Netflix) Darren Michaels/CBS Television
"TURN: Washington's Spies" season 1: This period drama follows a group of spies during the Revolutionary War. (Netflix) AMC Studios
"The Man with the Iron Fists" (2012) : A group sets out on a hunt for gold in this tale. (Netflix) Arcade Pictures
"The Nanny Diaries" (2007) : Scarlett Johansson stars as a young woman who goes to work as a nanny for a wealthy family in this film based on the best-selling novel. (Amazon Prime) Weinstein Company
"Donnie Brasco" (1997) : An FBI agent goes undercover to infiltrate the mob in this film which is based on a true story. (Amazon Prime) TriStar Pictures
"Taxi Driver" (1976) : Robert De Niro turns in a powerhouse performance as an unstable Vietnam vet in this Martin Scorsese-directed classic. (Amazon Prime) Columbia Pictures Corporation
"New Worlds" (2014) : "Fifty Shades of Grey" star Jamie Dornan appears in this lavishly produced miniseries set in England and America during the 1680s. (Acorn) Company Pictures