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11 Best New Shows on Netflix: March 2023’s Top Upcoming Series to Watch

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Netflix has tons of terrific titles in their list of new content available this March that you’ll be feeling lucky to stream all month long. While it’s always hard to say goodbye to the titles leaving Netflix, you won’t be feeling down for long once you get a good look at the impressive array of Netflix Original series coming to the platform to take their place. With everything from brand new titles to long-awaited continuations of fan favorites, Netflix’s diverse and delightful March 2023 premieres are sure to have something for everyone.

The streamer is set to help you celebrate the new month with premieres from highly-anticipated new shows across several different genres (so there’s truly something for everyone) like Unstable, The Night Agent, and Agent Elvis.

While the list of March’s top shows features these brand new titles, there’s also plenty of fresh episodes and seasons from more established shows to look forward to that are streaming exclusively on Netflix starting this month. Keep an eye out in particular for Shadow and Bone: Season 2, You: Season 4, Part 2, and Love Is Blind: Season 4, which are already looking to be some of the most promising releases out of March’s entire streaming lineup.

So what makes the cut for our top 11, and which of them have what it takes to be in the Netflix Top 10? Keep reading to treat yourself to the greatness that is the list of streaming standouts for March 2023.

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'Shadow and Bone': Season 2

Released March 16

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CAST: Jessie Mei Li, Ben Barnes, Archie Renaux, Freddy Carter, Patrick Gibson, Danielle Galligan, Zoë Wanamaker, Calahan Skogman, Amita Suman, Kit Young, Jack Wolfe, Anna Leong Brophy, Lewis Tan


DESCRIPTION: This Netflix Original series tells the story of Ravkan orphan and cartographer, Alina Starkov (Li), who finds that she is a Grisha gifted with an exceptional power with the potential to change the world. Season 1 ended on a major cliffhanger, as the villainous General Kirigan/Darkling (Barnes) turns out to be alive after seemingly being killed by volcra in the deadly Fold.

Over the course of eight brand new action-packed episodes, Season 2 will cover everything from the Darkling’s quest for revenge, to Alina and her longtime friend Mal’s (Renaux) journey outside of Ravka in search of strength, answers, and new allies, to even more excitement and mischief involving our lovable gang of Crows. Look forward to catching all of it when Shadow and Bone: Season 2 premieres this month on Netflix.

Stream Shadow and Bone on Netflix


'You': Season 4, Part 2

Released March 9

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CAST: Penn Badgley, Charlotte Ritchie, Lukas Gage, Tilly Keeper, Amy-Leigh Hickman, Ed Speelers, Ben Wiggins


DESCRIPTION: In the highly-anticipated second half of You: Season 4, we’ll continue to see new and even darker facets of Joe Goldberg’s (Badgley) unique (scary) brand of “love” as he inhabits the new identity of Professor Jonathan Moore in London. With the true identity of the “Eat the Rich Killer” now known to Joe, and a new paramour (Ritchie) to chase (and potentially kill for), we can expect that You: Season 4, Part 2 is sure to end with a big, bloody, and brilliant bang, so make sure to catch it when it drops this month.

Stream You on Netflix



Released March 30

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CAST: Rob Lowe, John Owen Lowe, Rachel Marsh, Aaron Branch, Sian Clifford , Emma Ferreira, Fred Armisen,


DESCRIPTION: Unstable is a brand new Netflix Original comedy series that stars real-life father-son duo Rob Lowe and John Owen Lowe, and already looks to be a major must-watch for the month of March. Over the course of eight episodes, the show follows introverted and shy Jackson Dragon (John Owen Lowe) as he begins working for his father, universally admired, eccentric, and somewhat narcissistic biotech entrepreneur Ellis Dragon (Rob Lowe).

Jackson sure has his work cut out for him as he not only attempts to saves the company from ruin as his father grows increasingly emotionally unstable following the death of his mother, but also to salvage their estranged familial relationship and escape his father’s larger-than-life shadow in the process. See it all go down in Unstable later this month, only on Netflix.

Stream Unstable on Netflix


'Sex/Life': Season 2

Released March 2

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CAST: Sarah Shahi, Adam Demos, Margaret Odette, Mike Vogel, Jonathan Sadowski, Li Jun Li, Amber Goldfarb, Darius Homayoun, Cleo Anthony, Wallis Day


DESCRIPTION: Netflix’s steamy original drama series Sex/Life is back for its sophomore season and is poised to be hotter than ever. Season 2 will pick up after a finale that saw affluent middle-aged wife and mother Billie Connelly (Shahi) appear ready to fully return back to her perfect-seeming family and life in suburban Connecticut, only to run back to New York City for a dalliance with her sultry and seductive ex-boyfriend, Brad Simon (Demos). We will see the repercussions of this decision, as well as if Billie continue to have her cake and eat it, too, or if her actions will finally catch up to her, irrevocably changing the charmed life she’s always known.

Stream Sex/Life on Netflix


'Love Is Blind': Season 4

Released March 24

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CAST: Nick Lachey, Vanessa Lachey


DESCRIPTION: Hot off the heels of its third season, Love Is Blind returns for its latest installment full of hot singles, romance, and plenty of drama. The hit Netflix Original dating reality TV series hosted by Nick and Vanessa Lachey continues to serve as a dating experiment to see whether love is truly blind as it has singles date one another in pods that prevent the pairs from ever meeting face-to-face in order to build a natural, emotional connection before the physical part comes into play. Love Is Blind: Season 4 is based in Seattle this time around and consists of 12 episodes, with its first five dropping on the show’s premiere date this month on the 24th.

Stream Love Is Blind on Netflix


'The Night Agent'

Released March 23

The Night Agent
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CAST: Gabriel Basso, Luciane Buchanan, Hong Chau, D. B. Woodside, Fola Evans-Akingbola, Eve Harlow, Phoenix Raei, Enrique Murciano, Sarah Desjardins


DESCRIPTION: Based Matthew Quirk’s 2019 novel of the same name, The Night Agent is a brand new Netflix Original action-thriller series that revolves around FBI Agent Peter Sutherland (Basso), a low-level operative who works a somewhat monotonous job in the basement of the White House. But Peter’s uneventful days suddenly change when he receives a surprising call that thrusts him into the middle of a dangerous conspiracy about a Russian mole at the highest levels of the US government. Putting his life on the line, Peter desperately hunts for the traitor hiding in plain sight in order to save the country from a threat with potential for mass-destruction.

Stream The Night Agent on Netflix


'Wrong Side of the Tracks': Season 2

Released March 1

Wrong Side of the Tracks
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CAST: José Coronado, Nona Sobo, Luis Zahera, Felipe Londoño, Laura Ramos, Manuel Tallafé, Manolo Caro, Itziar Atienza, María de Nati, María Molins


DESCRIPTION: Wrong Side of the Tracks is a Spanish drama series that is set in Entrevías, Madrid and follows war veteran Tirso Abantos (Coronado), whose repetitive and dull life running a hardware store is abruptly completely shake by the violent sexual assault of his adopted granddaughter, Irene (Sobo). Determined to cut down on the rampant crime and delinquency in his neighborhood as well as avenge Irene, Tirso teams up with corrupt, street-savvy police officer Ezequiel (Zahera) to take matters into his own hands.

Season 2 continues to follows Tirso’s efforts as local crime and drug dealing worsens, ushering in brand new trials, triumphs, and plenty of action.

Stream Wrong Side of the Tracks on Netflix


'Next in Fashion': Season 2

Released March 3

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CAST: Tan France, Gigi Hadid


DESCRIPTION: After Next in Fashion premiered on Netflix in 2020 and was canceled that same year, the platform has brought this reality fashion design competition show back from the dead for its sophomore season. The show follows up-and-coming designers from all across the globe as they compete for the opportunity to win $200,000 and the chance to share their designs with the entire world. Join co-hosts Tan France and Gigi Hadid as they lead the way in this engrossing, high-stakes series that truly embraces the fun in fashion.

Stream Next in Fashion on Netflix


'Agent Elvis'

Released March TBA

Agent Elvis
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CAST: Matthew McConaughey


DESCRIPTION: Recently, you may have seen live-action Elvis, led by Austin Butler as the titular King of Rock and Roll, but you still haven’t seen anything like this brand new Netflix Original series that pays homage to Elvis Presley in a way we’ve never seen before. Agent Elvis is an adult animated action-comedy that follows Elvis Presley (McConaughey) as he trades in his jumpsuit for a jetpack when he is inducted into a secret government spy program to stop villains from ending the world. Just classic Elvis activities.

See this show you just can’t help falling in love with by catching it on Netflix sometime this March.

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'Waco: American Apocalypse'

Released March 22

Waco: American Apocalypse
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DESCRIPTION: Waco: American Apocalypse is a three-part Netflix Original documentary series that revolves around what really went down in Waco, Texas in 1993 with cult leader David Koresh as he went head-to-head with the federal government in a deadly 51-day siege. Directed by Tiller Russell, this docuseries features some footage from inside the FBI Crisis Negotiation Unit never-before-seen by the public, exclusive raw news footage, and FBI recordings, all from that bloody event in American history. Honor the memory of those affected by this national tragedy and the history behind it all by watching Waco: American Apocalypse, released 30 years after the it all occurred.

Stream Waco: American Apocalypse on Netflix


'From Me to You: Kimi ni Todoke'

Released March 30

From Me to You- Kimi ni Todoke
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CAST: Sara Minami, Oji Suzuka, Rinka Kumada, Naho Toda, Shôhei Miura, Hiroyuki Hirayama, Kaito Sakurai, Riho Nakamura


DESCRIPTION: Adapted from the popular manga and anime series of the same name, From Me to You: Kimi ni Todoke is a sweet and heart-warming romantic comedy-drama series out of Japan that demonstrates the importance of not judging a book by its cover. The live-action Netflix Original follows Sawako Kuronuma (Minami), a gloomy-looking high school girl whose hairstyle and demeanor remind those around her of Sadako, the terrifying main antagonist from The Ring, leading many to fear and avoid her.

But when a kind and outgoing classmate (Suzuka) approaches her, Sawako’s life begins changing for the better as people realize what an unassuming, helpful, and lovely girl she is underneath. Celebrate springtime with the breath of fresh air that is From Me to You: Kimi ni Todoke by catching it as soon as it drops this month on Netflix.

Stream From Me to You: Kimi ni Todoke on Netflix