What's streaming in March

Published 5:08 PM ET, Sat February 25, 2017
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March is filled with some streaming madness including season one of the highly anticipated "Marvel's Iron Fist" series on Netflix. Here's some of what else is streaming during the month: Myles Aronowitz/Netflix
"Grace and Frankie" season 3: Jane Fonda and Screen Actors Guild Lifetime Achievement Award winner Lily Tomlin return in this comedy about a pair of frienemies whose husbands leave them for each other. (Netflix) Melissa Moseley/Netflix
"Amy Schumer: The Leather Special" : The comic tackles everything from her love life to binge drinking in her new stand up special. (Netflix) Marcus Price/ Netflix
"Pete's Dragon" : This Disney fantasy tells the tale of an orphan boy and the dragon who loves him. (Netflix) Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
"Vampire Diaries" season 8 : This popular supernatural series ends this year, but the streaming episodes could go on eternally. (Netflix) From CW
"This Is Spinal Tap" : The rock mocumentary starring Harry Shearer, Christopher Guest and Michael McKean is now a classic. (Netflix) MGM
"Jurassic Park" : Based on the Michael Crichton novel of the same name, this science fiction film about a dinosaur amusement park spurred a franchise. (Netflix) Universal Pictures
"Greenleaf" season 1 : Oprah Winfrey executive-produces this drama about the family at the center of a Memphis megachurch on her OWN channel. (Netflix) Lionsgate
"Archer" season 7 : This animated series about a bumbling spy is definitely geared more towards adults. (Netflix, Hulu) FX Networks
"How To Get Away With Murder" season 3 : Award-winning actress Viola Davis stars as Annalise Keating, an attorney and law professor who, along with her students, gets involved in a murder mystery. (Netflix) Bob D'Amico/ ABC
"National Treasure" : This mini-series stars Robbie Coltrane as a legendary comedian whose world explodes after he is accused of sexual abuse. (Hulu) The Forge/Hulu
"13 Going on 30" : Jennifer Garner stars in this romantic comedy about a 13-year-old girl who wakes up in the body of a 30 year old woman after she makes a wish. (Hulu) Columbia
"The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert" : A transgender woman and two drag performers travel across the Australian Outback in their tour bus named "Priscilla." (Hulu) MGM
"The Real Housewives of New York City" season 8 : There's plenty of drama in the Big Apple on this popular Bravo reality series. (Hulu) Bravo
"Fargo" season 2 : This FX series based on the film of the same name stars Patrick Wilson as a state trooper looking to solve a triple homicide. (Hulu) FX Networks
"Charlie Bartlett" : Anton Yelchin and Kat Dennings star in this dramedy about a high school student who becomes a de facto psychiatrist at his new high school. (Hulu, Amazon Prime) Twentieth Century Fox
"Clueless" : As if! Alicia Silverstone found fame as popular high school Cher in this now-iconic film. (Hulu) Paramount
"Hannibal" : Anthony Hopkins returns as serial killer, Hannibal Lecter, in this sequel to "The Silence of the Lambs." (Hulu, Amazon Prime) MGM
"The Karate Kid" : Ralph Macchio stars as a martial arts student and Pat Morita as his instructor in this popular drama that started a franchise. (Hulu) Columbia
"Radio Days" : This Woody Allen film uses music and radio's Golden Age as the backdrop to tell family stories. (Hulu) MGM
"Romy and Michele's High School Reunion" : Lisa Kudrow and Mira Sorvino star as bffs who try to impress their former classmates at their 10-year class reunion in this comedy. (Hulu) From Touchstone Pictures
"Hand of God" season 2 : Ron Perlman returns as a corrupt judge who becomes a vigilante after he has a breakdown and begins to believe God set him on that path. (Amazon Prime) Amazon
"What's Eating Gilbert Grape" : Leonardo DiCaprio stars as a teen with special needs and Johnny Deppy as his protective older brother in this critically acclaimed dramatic film. (Amazon Prime, Hulu) Paramount Pictures
"The Americans" season 5 : Holly Taylor stars as the daughter of a pair of married Russian spies who are living covertly in the US in this FX drama. (Amazon Prime) FX
"The Powerpuff Girls" : Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup and just normal kids who also happen to be crime fighters in this animated series. (Season 3 on Amazon Prime, Season 1 on Hulu) Hanna-Barbera Productions
"Hoodwinked" : The story of Little Red Riding Hood gets a retelling in this animated film. (Amazon Prime) Weinstein Company
"Vampire in Brooklyn" : Eddie Murphy and Angela Bassett star in this comedy horror film that finds the undead wandering the borough. (Amazon Prime, Hulu) Paramount Pictures
"Orphan Black" season 4 : Fans are obsessed with this science fiction thriller series about a woman and her clones. (Amazon Prime) Temple Street Productions
"Emma" : Gwyneth Paltrow and Jeremy Northam star in this 1996 film retelling of the classic Jane Austen novel. (Amazon Prime) Miramax
"Chicago" : Catherine Zeta-Jones stars in this film version of the Broadway musical about two women fighting for their lives on death row. (Amazon Prime) Miramax
"Striking Out" : A jilted Dublin lawyer strikes out on her own in this Irish drama. (Acorn TV) Acorn TV
"Asylum" : A whistleblower is forced to seek asylum in the El Rican embassy after leaking sensitive information about CIA cover ups in this comedy. (Acorn TV) Acorn TV