Get ready for a bipolar … – New on Netflix, Hulu and Amazon – Movies, TV shows and exclusives are coming to different streaming providers this month. – Pictures

Get ready for a bipolar ... - New on Netflix, Hulu and Amazon - Movies, TV shows and exclusives are coming to different streaming providers this month. - Pictures
  • These are new, noteworthy titles on popular streaming services from seasonal films to original series.

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  • HBO’s documentary news series returns with new hard-hitting episodes beginning March 1st.

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  • Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman are prisoners who make a friendship in this memorable play by Stephen King for

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  • A trio of prehistoric friends take part in this family-friendly jump to find a human baby brought back to her parents.

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  • Michael Jordan is teaming up with Loney Tune in this lively sports comedy.

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  • Reality TV fans will catch the latest drama with Bethenny Frankel and the gang as they head to Hulu for the 11th season of the Bravo series in March.

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  • It’s been twenty years since you haven’t cracked it. That’s the message behind Tomlinson’s new stand-up special.

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  • The Academy Award-winning MCU blockbuster goes to Disney’s streaming service this month.

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  • Netflix’s hit anime series, inspired by classic video games, returns for a new season.

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  • Adam Sandler’s stories of bedtime for his niece and nephew have come true in family comedy.

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  • Chef David Chang introduces admirable new episodes in his Netflix foodie series, featuring special guests Nick Kroll, Aziz Ansari, Padma Lakshmi, and many more.

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  • A team with Mark Wahlberg and Winston Duke for Netflix’s new action flick about a suspected conspiracy involving the death of two Boston police officers.

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  • Hulu’s four-part documentary series returns to Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign – featuring exclusive interviews with the former Secretary of State and her close family and friends.

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  • Roberto Saviano has followed a cocaine run from South America to Europe, the new crime drama from Amazon Prime, based on the novel of the same name.

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  • Fans can catch the season finale of Stephen King miniseries March 8 with “The Outsider” Ben Mendelssohn, Cynthia Arivo and Bill Camp

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  • She’s got the smile you need this month. Maron’s latest stand-up special premieres March 10 on Netflix.

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  • In the resort of the best-selling young adult novel, “Stargirl” is a Disney + original movie that appeals to a free-spirited new girl about an unassuming high school.

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  • Actor “The Man in the High Castle” actor Rufus Sewell, Amazon’s new two-part miniseries will delight mystery lovers this month.

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  • Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham have re-released their roles in this spin-off from the fast-end Furious franchise. Idris Elba plays two teams fighting a cyber-enhanced villain.

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  • Trained secret agent Guinea Pig faces off against a diabolical billionaire in this family photo.

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  • HBO’s Sci-Fi Western series returns with a new episode this month featuring a star-studded cast including Evan Rachel Wood and Jeffrey Wright.

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  • When this children’s series delivers a new episode in March, the boss job becomes independent after losing a job.

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  • In Philip Roth’s novel of the same name, HBO’s new drama imagines an alternative American history where Franklin De Roosevelt defeated Charles Lindbergh, who turned the country into fascism.

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  • Watch the movie that won the Oscar for Best Actress Jennifer Lawrence in “Silver Leaning Playbook” Nacho this month on Netflix.

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  • Based on Riley Witherspoon and Kerry Washington’s new Hulu original star, Celeste Ng’s 2017 best-seller. March 18 premieres the first three episodes of “Little Fire’s Hour” in Hulu.

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  • A teenager navigates high school, led by her college dropout buddy (“Sunday Night Live” star Pete Davidson).

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  • Sophie Turner plays “Game of Thrones” in the sequel to “X-Men: Apocalypse” starring telepathic and telekinetic powers Mutant Jean Gray.

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  • March 22nd ends the season of critically acclaimed comedy by HBO, HBO Go, and HBO Nate Larry David.

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  • The transformation of Ava DuVernay’s popular science fantasy novel into stars Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon, and Mandy Kaling.

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  • Heidi Klum and Tim Gone’s new 10-season fashion competition series features Amazon Prime Originals’ new slate in March

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  • An Emmy-winning series about laundering millions of stars Jason Batman and Laura Linney to a suburban family.

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  • In this Netflix original film, a young man pursues an intriguing career instead of joining his family’s barbecue business.

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