What's New On Netflix UK In March 2020? Here's The Best Films And Shows To Enjoy

Matt Bagwell

Here’s your definitive guide to all of the new original series, films and documentaries coming to Netflix this March...

Netflix Original TV Series 

Paradise PD: Part 2 (3 March)


An eager young rookie joins the ragtag small-town police force led by his dad as they bumble, squabble and snort their way through a big drug case. The squad contends with bitter feuds, kinky fetishes, dirty schemes, and a nuclear threat, as the Kingpin tightens his grip on Paradise.

The Protector: Season 3 (3 March)


Hakan faces a formidable Immortal who seeks to possess the key to destroying the city as chaos reigns in Istanbul.

Castlevania Season 3 (5 March)


A vampire hunter fights to save a besieged city from an army of otherworldly beasts controlled by Dracula himself. Inspired by the classic video games.

On My Block: Season 3 (11 March)


Coming-of-age comedy about a group of teens navigating their way through the triumph, pain and the newness of a rough high school in an inner-city Los Angeles neighbourhood.

Hospital Playlist (12 March)


Five doctors with strong friendships work in the VIP wing of a hospital.

Elite: Season 3 (March 13)


When another classmate is killed, a new investigation ensues. The students look toward their future, while the consequences of the past haunt them.

Women Of The Night (13 March)

The wife of a rising star in Amsterdam’s mayoral office is haunted by her past as she finds herself drawn into the city’s underworld of sex and drugs.

Kingdom: Season 2 (13 March)


The South Korean zombie period drama returns for a new season. When strange rumours about their ill king grip a kingdom, the crown prince becomes their only hope against a mysterious plague overtaking the land.

Bloodride (13 March)

A Norwegian anthology horror series with a twisted sense of humour.

The Valhalla Murders (13 March)

An Icelandic detective visits Norway to investigate a series of awful murders.

100 Humans (13 March)

One hundred diverse volunteers participate in experiments that tackle...

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