House of Cards, Jimmy Carr, Daredevil - What’s new to Netflix UK and Ireland for March 2016?
The fourth season of House of Cards is nigh - it arrives on Netflix on March 4 and it kicks off at full pace so be prepared!
Also this month you can watch away that post-Paddy's day hangover with Daredevil season 2, landing on March 18.
Also on the 18th there's comedy special, Jimmy Carr: Funny Business and the excellent documentary My Beautiful Broken Brain from David Lynch, which charts a woman's recovery from a traumatic brain injury.
There are also seasons of Bates Motel, Trailer Park Boys, Episodes, and Hell's Kitchen, and the first season of Jane the Virgin.
Movie-wise The Gift, Hotel Transylvania, Captain America: The Winter Soldier and 80sthrowback La Bamba all arrive this month.
Here's the full list of March additions to Netflix:
(Find out what's being deleted here - From Snatch to Dallas Buyers Club - What's leaving Netflix UK & Ireland and US March 2016?)
Pretty Little Liars Season 6, episode 18
Episodes Season 3
Hell's Kitchen Season 13
The Real Miyagi
Bates Motel Season 3
The Bright Day
Queen of Carthage
The Return of the Pink Panther
Masterpiece Mystery!: Endeavour Season 2
Shadowhunters Season 1, episode 8
House of Cards Season 4
Lego Friends: The Power of Friendship Season 1
Lego Bionicle: The Journey to One Season 1
India's Daughter (documentary)
Once Upon a Time Season 5, episode 12
Netflix Presents: The Characters (new series)
Flaked Season 1
Popples Season 2
Dinotrix Season 2
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Pee-Wee's Big Holiday
Jimmy Carr: Funny Business (new comedy special)
My Beautiful Broken Brain (documentary)
Marvel's Daredevil Season 2
The Mr Peabody & Sherman Show Season 2
Jane the Virgin Season 1
Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey (documentary)
Veggietales In the House Season 3
Trailer Park Boys Season 10
Deep Web (documentary)
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