Netflix is premiering several highly-anticipated originals this month, as well as adding some old favorites in March.
Here are the new Netflix originals:
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
Tina Fey and Richard Carlock are reuniting for the comedy starring The Office‘s Ellie Kemper about a girl who leaves her doomsday cult for New York City. The show will follow Kimmy and her new roommate—a talented singer who plays a robot in Times Square—as she acclimates to her new life and begins working as a nanny for wealthy Jacqueline (Jane Krakowski also of 30 Rock).
Aziz Ansari: Live at Madison Square Garden
Comedian and Parks and Recreation vet Aziz Ansari will premiere his second Netflix-exclusive standup special, Aziz Ansari: Live at Madison Square Garden on March 6. Ansari’s first project with Netflix, Buried Alive, is also available on the streaming service.
Kyle Chandler will star in Bloodline, Netflix’s most-anticipated drama since House of Cards. The show follows four adult siblings in the Florida Keys whose secrets resurface when their black sheep brother returns home. Since Friday Night Lights wrapped, Chandler has appeared in supporting roles in Wolf of Wall Street, Zero Dark Thirty, Argo and Super 8. His return to television will premiere on March 20.
Here are the new movies, shows and seasons coming to Netflix:
Archer season 5 (March 7)
Glee season 5 (March 7)
The final season, season 6, will wrap this month on Fox.
Third Rock from the Sun, the complete series (March 15)
A Different World, the complete series (March 15)
Mad Men, part 1 of season 7 (March 22)
(The final installment of the show premieres on April 5 on AMC)
Finding Neverland (March 1)
The Brothers Grimm (March 1)
How to Train Your Dragon 2 (March 11)
And here are the titles you should watch before they disappear on March 1:
Dumb and Dumber
Pretty in Pink
Rachel Getting Married
Legends of the Fall
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