Here are the hot new titles in March Netflix offerings, led by Emmy-winner Amy Schumer and the latest Netflix Marvel property Iron Fist.

Looking for something great in March Netflix titles? Take a look at our sampling of the biggest titles premiering on the streaming service.

Amy Schumer: The Leather Special

Emmy® and Peabody Award-winning comedian Amy Schumer targets binge drinking, her relationship with her boyfriend and navigating the unknown terrain of being a newly famous woman who looks like someone you grew up with. Schumer also directed The Leather Special, which was filmed at Denver’s Bellco Theater.

Premieres on Netflix March 7.


Buddy Thunderstruck

From American Greetings Entertainment with Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, Buddy Thunderstruck is an action–comedy, stop–motion extravaganza that follows the adventures of a semi–truck racing dog named Buddy and his albino ferret mechanic. It all goes down in race–obsessed Greasepit, a place chock full of larger–than–life characters and nitro–burning, gear–slamming, tire–squealing, fish–tailing good times.

Premieres on Netflix March 10.


Burning Sands

Deep into a fraternity’s Hell Week, a favored pledge is torn between honoring a code of silence or standing up against the intensifying violence of underground hazing.

Burning Sands stars Trevor Jackson, Alfre Woodard, Steve Harris, Tosin Cole, DeRon Horton, Trevante Rhodes, Christian Robinson, Rotimi, Octavius Johnson, Malik Bazille, Mitchell Edwards, Imani A. Hakim, Serayah, and Nafessa Williams. Directed by Gerard McMurray, Written by Christine Berg & Gerard McMurray and Produced by Stephanie Allain, Jason Michael Berman, Reginald Hudlin, and Mel Jones. Executive Produced by Caroline Connor.

Burning Sands competed in the Sundance Film Festival’s US Dramatic Competition in January 2017.

Premieres on Netflix March 10.


Deidra & Laney Rob a Train

Life is moving fast for whip-smart high school senior Deidra (Ashleigh Murray) and her younger sister Laney (Rachel Crow). Graduation looms, their part-time dad is a full-time schemer, and adolescent embarrassments arrive daily — just like the train that rambles noisily through their backyard. But things take a turn for the worse when their mother Marigold (Danielle Nicolet) is thrown in jail for a minor offense after succumbing to the pressure of single parenting. To help her struggling family, Deidra hatches a plan to start robbing trains. Things go off without a hitch, until a railroad detective (Tim Blake Nelson) starts sniffing around.

Directed by Sydney Freeland and written by Shelby Farrell, the Netflix original film Deidra & Laney Rob a Train stars Ashleigh Murray, Rachel Crow, Tim Blake Nelson, Danielle Nicolet, Sasheer Zamata, David Sullivan, Missi Pyle, Arturo Castro, Brooke Markham and Sharon Lawrence. Nick Moceri and Susan Cartsonis serve as producers. Ian Bricke, Funa Maduka and Randy Kiyan serve as executive producers.

Premieres on Netflix March 17.


Marvel’s Iron Fist

Billionaire Danny Rand (Finn Jones) returns to New York City after being missing for years, trying to reconnect with his past and his family legacy. He fights against the criminal element corrupting New York City with his kung-fu mastery and ability to summon the awesome power of the fiery Iron Fist.

Premieres on Netflix March 17.


The Most Hated Woman in America

The true story of Madalyn Murry O’Hair — iconoclast, opportunist, and outspoken atheist — from her controversial rise to her untimely demise.

Premieres on Netflix March 24.


13 Reasons Why

Based on the best-selling books by Jay Asher, 13 Reasons Why follows teenager Clay Jensen as he returns home from school to find a mysterious box with his name on it lying on his porch. Inside he discovers cassette tapes recorded by Hannah Baker—his classmate and crush—who tragically committed suicide two weeks earlier. On tape, Hannah explains that there are thirteen reasons why she decided to end her life. Will Clay be one of them? If he listens, he’ll find out how he made the list. Through Hannah and Clay’s dual narratives, 13 Reasons Why weaves an intricate and heart wrenching story of teenage life that will deeply affect viewers.

13 Reasons Why stars Dylan Minnette as Clay Jensen (Goosebumps), Katherine Langford as Hannah Baker, Kate Walsh as Mrs. Baker (Private Practice), Brian D’Arcy James as Mr. Baker (Smash) , Derek Luke as Mr. Porter (Empire), Brandon Flynn as Justin Foley, Justin Prentice as Bryce Walker, Alisha Boe as Jessica Davis, Christian Navarro as Tony Padilla, Miles Heizer as Alex Standall (Parenthood) and Tommy Dorfman as Ryan Shaver.

Premieres on Netflix March 31.


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“Netflix and Chill” isn’t just a hashtag. It’s a February lifestyle. AwardsDaily TV offers some higher profile February titles for your mass consumption.

February is the month to officially “Netflix and Chill.” Granted, for the past few years, we’ve been accustomed to the Emmy-winning drama House of Cards dropping. Alas, they’re taking extra time this year and won’t premiere until later in the year. Still, you’ve got a few nice options to keep you warm in these cold winter months.

American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson

You know what this is, and, if you haven’t seen it, now’s your chance. Or maybe you want to see it again. We fully support and encourage that.

Santa Clarita Diet (February 3)

Joel (Timothy Olyphant) and Sheila (Drew Barrymore) are husband and wife realtors leading vaguely discontented lives in the L.A. suburb of Santa Clarita with their teenaged daughter Abby, until Sheila goes through a dramatic change sending their lives down a road of death and destruction…but in a good way.

Santa Clarita Diet stars Drew Barrymore as Sheila Hammond, Timothy Olyphant as Joel Hammond, Liv Hewson as Abby Hammond and Skyler Gisondo as Eric Bemis.

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Season 2 (February 11)

Binge the 13-episode second season of the critically acclaimed Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. The second season offers surprising moments from the cast, an unexpected departure, and a deepening of the characters in unusual and interesting ways.

White Nights (February 14)

This is not the 1985 dance drama with Mikhail Baryshnikov and Gregory Hines. And it’s worse-off for it. Instead, a coldhearted heiress, a man from her past and an ambitious new hire in her company all become entangled on a battleground for money and power. TBD on the dancing…

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I don’t feel at home in this world anymore. (February 24)

From the producers of Kelly Reichardt’s “Certain Women” and Jeremy Saulnier’s “Green Room” comes the story of Ruth (Melanie Lynskey), a nursing assistant suffering through a crisis of existential despair. But when her house is burglarized, Ruth discovers a renewed sense of purpose in tracking down the thieves. Accompanied by her obnoxious martial-arts-enthusiast neighbor Tony (Elijah Wood), they soon find themselves dangerously out of their depth against a pack of degenerate criminals.

Written and directed by Macon Blair (“Blue Ruin,” “Green Room,”) in his directorial debut, with a distinctive look courtesy of cinematographer Larkin Seiple (“Swiss Army Man,” “Cop Car”), the film also stars David Yow, Jane Levy, Devon Graye, Christine Woods, Robert Longstreet, Lee Eddy and Gary Anthony Williams. The film was produced by XYZ Films and filmscience.

Ultimate Beastmaster (February 24)

Ultimate Beastmaster is the first international competition series of its kind with six customized local versions featuring local languages, competitors and hosts from each competing country. Those countries are: Brazil, Germany, Japan, Mexico, South Korea and the U.S, The series is produced by Sylvester Stallone (Creed, Grudge Match) and Dave Broome (The Biggest Loser, Strong). The U.S. host is Terry Crews (Brooklyn Nine-Nine).

The 10-episode event series will feature 108 competitors, 18 from each country, in total. Each hour-long episode will feature 12 competitors, two from each country, who will take their shot at running one of the most physically demanding obstacle courses ever devised, “The Beast.” At the end of each episode, a ‘Beastmaster’ will be crowned and in the final episode of the season, the nine individual winners from each episode will compete against each other for the chance for one contestant to become the Ultimate Beastmaster.

The New Year is upon us, and Netflix January titles bring a few new potential gems.

After a failed film adaptation starring Jim Carrey and Meryl Streep, A Series of Unfortunate Events tries a reboot of sorts. Starring Neil Patrick Harris, the new series is but one of a new promising Netflix January titles we’re excited about. Norman Lear executive produces a return to his 1970s classic One Day at a Time. The timely update focuses on a Cuban-American family and stars Rita Moreno. If neither of these two Netflix January titles excites you, then try Voltron: Legendary Defender because, yeah, some people haven’t moved on from the 80’s.

Here’s the full roster of notable Netflix January titles and descriptions, courtesy of Netflix.

One Day at a Time

A reimagining of the Norman Lear classic, centering on a Cuban-American family. Our heroine is a recently separated, former military mom (Justina Machado) navigating a new single life while raising her radical teenaged daughter and socially adept tween son, with the “help” of her old school Cuban-born mom (Rita Moreno) and a friends- without-benefits building manager named Schneider. The 13-episode first season of One Day at a Time is produced by Act III Productions, Inc., Snowpants Productions and Small Fish Studios in association with Sony Pictures Television. Norman Lear, Mike Royce, Gloria Calderón Kellett and Michael Garcia are executive producers.

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Jim Gaffigan: Cinco

Though he’s mostly concerned about what he’ll eat after the show, Jim Gaffigan finds time to joke about kids, phones, trucks and, of course, food in this stand-up special.


We’re Lalaloopsy

This new Netflix animated series featuring all new original music brings to life the popular Lalaloopsy girls. Viewers will follow the incredible misadventures of six friends and their pets through a whimsical world. By celebrating the magic of creativity, these friends can weather anything together. Lalaloopsy encourages viewers to express themselves in a magical, musical and silly way.


A Series of Unfortunate Events

Based on the internationally best-selling series of books by Lemony Snicket (aka Daniel Handler) and starring Emmy and Tony Award winner Neil Patrick Harris, Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events recounts the tragic tale of the Baudelaire orphans — Violet, Klaus, and Sunny – whose evil guardian Count Olaf will stop at nothing to get his hands on their inheritance. The siblings must outsmart Olaf at every turn, foiling his many devious plans and disguises, in order to discover clues to their parents’ mysterious death. The eight-episode series is a Netflix original production, executive produced by Emmy Award winner Barry Sonnenfeld and Daniel Handler, and also stars Patrick Warburton (Lemony Snicket), Joan Cusack (Justice Strauss), Malina Weissman (Violet Baudelaire) and Louis Hynes (Klaus Baudelaire).

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The Investigator: A British Crime Story

This eerie true-crime series reopens the mysterious case of Carole Packman, who utterly vanished in 1985, and the husband convicted of her murder.


Voltron: Legendary Defender

From days long ago, from uncharted regions of the universe, comes Netflix Original Series VOLTRON: LEGENDARY DEFENDER. DreamWorks Animation reimagines one of the most popular fan-favorite shows of all time in this all-new comedic action-packed show from executive producer Joaquim Dos Santos (The Legend of Korra, Avatar: The Last Airbender) and co-executive producer Lauren Montgomery (The Legend of Korra).

In this all-new Voltron series coming to Netflix this year, five unsuspecting teenagers are transported from Earth into the middle of a sprawling intergalactic war and become pilots for five robotic lions in the battle to protect the universe from evil. Only through the true power of teamwork can they unite to form the mighty warrior known as VOLTRON: LEGENDARY DEFENDER.

The series will be available to Netflix members in the U.S., Canada, Latin America, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, the Nordics, Benelux, France and DACH beginning June 10.


Terrace House Aloha State

Terrace House is a widely popular reality show documenting the daily lives of six young men and women living together in a shared house. Cameras follow these six girls and boys with absolutely no previous connections day and night in their shared living situation, showing viewers the idyllic brilliance of the youth, friendship, love, dreams, as well as the jealousy and setbacks that fill the dramas of daily life as only a reality show can. The new series, set in Hawaii, will be the show’s very first “overseas version” going outside of Japan ever to be produced in Terrace House history. The unscripted daily lives of six young men and women living in a brand new shared house is about to commence in a location beloved to many Japanese people– one of the world’s leading resort destinations.


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December Netflix offerings include a return to Fuller House and an opportunity to catch up on the best of 2016

So you haven’t caught up on hot Netflix properties like Luke Cage or The Crown? And we’re assuming you’ve already binged Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life because what else was Thanksgiving weekend for? Well, December Netflix offerings are a little on the light side, so now’s the perfect time to catch up. AwardsDaily TV highly recommends both Marvel’s Luke Cage and The Crown – each deserving of robust awards attention.

But there are a few notable new Netflix December entries in case you’re already all caught up. Your level of interest really depends on your tolerance for pain (I’m looking at you Megan McLachlan and your love of Fuller House).

Also, don’t forget many major TV and film titles are now available for download and offline viewing on iOS or Android devices!

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Pacific Heat

Pacific Heat is an animated comedy series based on the exploits of a dynamic unit of undercover police investigators working on the glitzy “Gold Coast” of Australia. This glamorous, sophisticated, and sun-drenched paradise masks a hot-bed of crime; everyone from drug smugglers and biker gangs to eco-terrorists and the person who invented frozen yogurt. In order to tackle this seedy underbelly police authorities established “PacificHeat.”

This covert squad of highly trained operatives technically does not exist (although they do have their own Facebook page), but when criminals strike, Pacific Heat will be there; unconventional, uncompromising and unafraid to operate outside the law – provided at least one of them is wearing a fluorescent safety vest. PacificHeat was created by the award-winning Working Dog team of Santo Cilauro, Tom Gleisner and Rob Sitch.

Reggie Watts: Spatial

Comedian/musician Reggie Watts brings viewers along on a one-of-a-kind surrealist experimental comedy adventure. The completely improvised show weaves together sketches, short stories, and dream sequences creating a truly unique experience. Filmed live on a soundstage in Los Angeles, Watts waxes poetic about flight, grits, and guns – and takes the audience on a trip fantastic they will not soon forget.


From the highest profile cases to those kept hidden from the public, comes a new docu-series from acclaimed executive producer Doug Liman and producers Simon and Jonathan Chinn. The producers of Captive have gained privileged access to the most challenging negotiations of our time — revealing how hostage-taking, and the efforts to resolve it, have evolved to address an escalating international trend. The episodes look at a wide range of situations from the viewpoint of everyone involved: the victims and their families back home, the experienced negotiators, business leaders, government officials and the kidnappers themselves.

Fuller House, Season 2

Returning for its second season, the Tanner family experiences a new year of life’s moments big and small from the start of a new school year, to budding romances to coming together for the holidays. There’s nothing like spending Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s with the people you love, because life is fuller with family.

White Rabbit Project

In White Rabbit Project, Kari Byron, Tory Belleci and Grant Imahara head down the rabbit hole to investigate weird and wonderful events from pop culture, science and history. Under their microscope are topics as diverse as jailbreaks, superpower technology, heists and crazy world war two weapons. In each episode the hosts immerse themselves in experiments, builds and tests as they sleuth the truth behind these and other well googled themes.

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Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency

Netflix is co-producing the series Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency with BBC America, along with AMC Studios, Ideate Media and IDW Entertainment. The series is an adaptation of Douglas Adams’ (Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Doctor Who) wildly successful comic novels, Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency, and is set in the unexpected world of the hyper, absurd, eponymous detective Dirk Gently.

The series is written and executive produced by Max Landis (Chronicle, Bright), executive produced by Robert Cooper (Stargate) and stars Samuel Barnett (Penny Dreadful, Endeavour), Elijah Wood (The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) and Hannah Marks (The Amazing Spiderman, Weeds). The series is also produced by David Alpert (The Walking Dead) and Rick Jacobs (Wynona Earp) for Circle of Confusion, David Ozer and Ted Adams for IDW Entertainment and Arvind Ethan David and Zainir Aminullah for Ideate Media.


A young Barack Obama, known to his friends as “Barry,” arrives in New York City in the fall of 1981 to begin his junior year at Columbia University. In a crime-ridden and racially charged environment, Barry finds himself pulled between various social spheres and struggles to maintain a series of increasingly strained relationships with his Kansas-born mother, his estranged Kenyan father, and his classmates. Barry is the story of a young man grappling with those same issues that his country, and arguably the world, are still coming to terms with 35 years later.

Call me Francis

Call Me Francis, is a 4 part biographical miniseries that chronicles Pope Francis’ life, his controversial political leanings, his remarkable humanitarian work and his ascent to Papacy starring Rodrigo de la Serna, Mercedes Morán and Muriel Santa Ana.

The miniseries opens with Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s early years in Buenos Aires in the 1960’s and depicts his journey through the height of Argentina’s “Dirty Wars” during the 70’s and 80’s, culminating in his appointment as Pope Francis, the first Latin American Pope in history, in 2013.

Call Me Francis is a Taodue production, written and directed by Daniele Luchetti and produced by Pietro Valsecchi.

Gabriel lglesias: I’m Sorry For What I Said When I Was Hungry

One of the most popular comedians in the world with sell out concerts in over 24 countries, this special marks Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias’ Netflix original stand-up comedy debut and sixth comedy special. Watch as Fluffy reflects on his life and more before a sold out house in Chicago, IL.

Chasing Cameron

Chasing Cameron centers on social media star and entrepreneur Cameron Dallas as he looks to take his career to the next level. Together with close friends Taylor Caniff, Aaron Carpenter, Blake Gray, Willie Jones and Trey Schafer, they all set out on MAGCON’s first international tour. From Paris to Italy and even down under in Australia, this group’s fan-damonium reaches a fever pitch. It’s not all selfies and snap stories as the series explores the stark contrast between their public online profiles and their personal lives, and gives an unfiltered view into the unique world of digital celebrity.

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November Netflix offerings include the dramatic The Crown and the cult-favorite-to-be Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.

Here are the highest profile November Netflix releases. We’ve already reviewed The Crown, but, chances are, you’re rabidly anticipating Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life. That’s coming just in time for your post-Thanksgiving coma.

The Crown (November 4)

The Crown tells the inside story of two of the most famous addresses in the world — Buckingham Palace and 10 Downing Street – and the intrigues, love lives and machinations behind the great events that shaped the second half of the 20th century. Two houses, two courts, one Crown.

World of Winx (November 4)

The reality show “WOW!” engages the Winx in their mission, starting an undercover, worldly journey in order to make talented kids’ dreams come true.

Danger Mouse (Season 2) (November 9)

The world’s greatest superspy returns to save the world with the help of hapless hamster Penfold and a collection of state-of-the-art gadgetry.

Case (November 11)

A smart lawyer whose drinking and recklessness send him on a path of self-destruction finds new purpose investigating a teenager’s apparent suicide.

Paranoid (November 17)

Set in the small fictional town of Marshwell, detectives Michael Niles (Neil Stuke), Nina Suresh (Indira Varma), Alec Wayfield (Dino Fetscher) and Bobby Day (Robert Glenister) begin to piece together what happened on the fateful morning Doctor Angela Benton took her three-year-old son Luke to the playground.

Watching Luke play alongside other Mums and their toddlers, Angela is set upon and brutally stabbed by a man whose face is covered from view. His bizarre and disturbing behavior is noticed moments before the attack by eyewitness Lucy Cannonbury (Lesley Sharp). Lucy’s version of events instantly rings alarm bells with dedicated and compassionate cop Nina Suresh, but fellow seasoned detective Bobby Day is more willing to accept Lucy’s account of Angela’s tragic murder.

As the investigation deepens – and darkens – detectives realize they are in a mammoth battle with a formidable global foe whose dark dealings reach into every corner of the world.

3% (November 25)

A post-apocalyptic thriller set in near-future Brazil, where a select few are allowed to join a privileged society after undergoing an intense and competitive process.

Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life (November 25)

A return to the cult-favorite WB/The CW series featuring most of the original cast. It’s Emmy chances are outlined here.

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For viewers who can’t wait until this weekend to check out the new HBO comedy series Divorce and Insecure and the second episode of the new drama series Westworld, special advance premieres of Sunday night’s episodes are all available to stream right now via HBO NOW and HBO GO, in addition to HBO On Demand and affiliate portals.

HBO Special Advance Premieres – DIVORCE, INSECURE and WESTWORLD


Available to Stream Now:

Westworld, Episode #2: “Chestnut”

A pair of guests, first-timer William (Jimmi Simpson) and repeat visitor Logan (Ben Barnes), arrive at Westworld with different expectations and agendas. Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) and Quality Assurance head Theresa Cullen (Sidse Babett Knudsen) debate whether a recent host anomaly is contagious. Meanwhile, behavior engineer Elsie Hughes (Shannon Woodward) tweaks the emotions of Maeve (Thandie Newton), a madam in Sweetwater’s brothel, in order to avoid a recall. Cocky programmer Lee Sizemore (Simon Quarterman) pitches his latest narrative to the team, but Dr. Ford (Anthony Hopkins) has other ideas. The Man in Black (Ed Harris) conscripts a condemned man, Lawrence (Clifton Collins, Jr.), to help him uncover Westworld’s deepest secrets. Written by Jonathan Nolan & Lisa Joy; directed by Richard J. Lewis.


Divorce, Episode #1: “Pilot”

Frances (Sarah Jessica Parker) and Robert (Thomas Haden Church) — a middle-aged couple in the suburbs of New York City — try to figure out if their marriage is worth saving after a shocking event at their friend Diane’s (Molly Shannon) 50th birthday party makes them take a hard look at their own lives.
Written by Sharon Horgan; directed by Jesse Peretz.


Insecure, Episode #1: “Insecure as F**k”

In the wake of her 29th birthday, Issa Dee (Issa Rae) reconsiders her dead-end relationship with Lawrence (Jay Ellis), her live-in boyfriend. Meanwhile, Issa’s best friend, Molly (Yvonne Orji), mourns her singledom and the state of her “lady parts.” Later, Issa uses an open-mic night as an excuse to reconnect with an ex. Written by Issa Rae & Larry Wilmore; directed by Melina Matsoukas.

Now that summer is over, it’s time for some scares. You’d think that Netflix would have a bevy of new spooky stories coming down the pike, but there’s not as many as you’d imagine coming this month. Make sure you have some horror movies and specials stocked at home, because Netflix October is a bit disappointing in the horror department on the streaming service.

In addition to some beloved classics movies (Titanic, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, and Quiz Show all hit this month), the most anticipated titles include the third season of Black Mirror and the latest offering from Christopher Guest, Mascots. Following the highly competitive world of “sports mascotery,” the mockumentary brings back Guest favorites Parker Posey, Bob Balaban, Jennifer Coolidge, Fred Willard, and Harry Shearer. Catherine O’Hara will be missed this time around.

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October 1

A Cinderella Story (2004)

Barbershop 2: Back in Business (2004)

Blue Streak (1999)

Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)

Dazed and Confused (1993)

Dr. Dolittle: Tail to the Chief (2008)

Fairy Tale: A True Story (1997)

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)

Gentleman’s Agreement (1947)

Ghost Town (2008)

Grizzly Man (2005)

How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (2003)

Millennium (1989)

Murder Maps: Season 2 (2015)

My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree (2016)

Once Upon a Time in the West (1968)

Oriented (2015)

Patton (1970)

Picture This! (2008)

Pooh’s Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin (1997)

The Queen of the Damned (2002)

Quiz Show (1994)

Robotech (1985)

RV (2006)

Saving Mr. Wu (2015)

Snake Eyes (1998)

Snow Day (2000)

Sphere (1998)

Three Kings (1999)

Titanic (1997)

Unforgiven (1992)

The Uninvited (2009)

Unsealed: Alien Files: Season 4

Without a Paddle (2004)

October 3

Dheepan (2015)

October 4

American Horror Story: Hotel (Season 5)

Chevalier (2015)

Dartmoor Killing (2015)

The Flash: Season 2

The Grinder: Season 1

October 5

Arrow: Season 4

Avail 10/6/16

iZombie: Season 2

October 7 

13TH (2016) ­ 

Dinotrux: Season 3 ­ 

The Ranch: Season 1 Part 2 ­ 

Russell Peters: Almost Famous ­ 

Supernatural: Season 11

October 8

The Originals: Season 3

Vampire Diaries: Season 7

October 10

Kuromukuro: Season 2 ­ 

Love Between the Covers (2015)

October 12

Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids (2016) ­ 

October 13 

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: Season 1

Mascots (2016) ­ 

October 14

Haters Back Off!: Season 1 ­ 

Project MC2: Season 3 ­ 

Sky Ladder: The Art of Cai Guo­Qiang (2016) ­ 


October 15

Being George Clooney (2016)

Chapo: el escape del siglo (2016)

Glitch: Season 1 ­ 

Power Rangers Dino Super Charge: Season 1: Part 1

October 16 

Dark Matter: Season 2

October 21 

Black Mirror: Season 3 (Part 1) ­ 

Containment: Season 1

Joe Rogan: Triggered ­ 

Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories ­ 

The Mr. Peabody and Sherman Show: Season 3 ­ 

Word Party: Season 2 ­ 

October 24

Doctor Foster: Season 1

October 25 

Big Eyes (2014)

October 26

Jesus Camp (2006)

Kung Fu Panda 3 (2016)

October 28

7 años (2016) ­ 

I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House (2016) ­ 

Into the Inferno (2016) ­ 

Skylanders Academy: Season 1 ­ 

Trailer Park Boys: Out of the Park: Europe ­ 

October 29

The Fall: Season 3 ­ 

October 31

Chewing Gum: Season 1 ­ NETFLIX ORIGINAL

September Netflix offerings include Luke Cage, the latest Marvel series

September Netflix offerings range from the “can’t miss” (Narcos Season 2) to the “just can’t” (don’t beat me up Luke Cage). All kidding aside, this month in the streaming giant provides a fairly robust variety of television to satisfy almost every palate. Take a look at a few of the more significant September Netflix offerings. These should keep you set until October brings Mascots.

Narcos Season 2 (September 2)

Netflix tried very hard to get the Television Academy excited about its critically acclaimed drug series, but some things were not meant to be. Still, Narcos provides high quality entertainment (because there’s not enough out there, right? *wink wink nudge nudge*), and Season 2 looks of similar quality.


ARQ (September 16)

I haven’t heard of this film, but here’s Netflix’s description: In a dystopian future, an engineer trapped in a house and surrounded by a mysterious gang of masked intruders must protect a technology that could deliver unlimited energy and end the wars that have consumed the world. Ok. When is Stranger Things coming back?

Easy Season 1 (September 22)

Easy is an anthology series not currently produced by Ryan Murphy. That not enough to entice you? It stars Orlando Bloom, Malin Akerman, Jake Johnson, Marc Maron, Dave Franco, Hannibal Buress, Emily Ratajkowski, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Aya Cash and Elizabeth Reaser. The 8-episode series brings Chicago to life with a story about “love, sex, technology and culture.” It also hails from Joe Swanberg (Drinking BuddiesV/H/S). This one feels like a Megan McLachlan special.


Luke Cage Season 1 (September 30)

Luke Cage puts Jessica Jones’s fuck buddy into his own TV show. I’m sure there are Marvel people out there who clutched their pearls at my description of this show. Such is life. Luke Cage stars Mike Colter at the titular indestructible man. Sorry but this feels a little like something we have to slog through to get to The Defenders, but I could be 100 percent wrong about this. Still, the trailer doesn’t provide much evidence to the contrary.

And the best of the rest…

Chef’s Table France, September 2

Extremis, September 13

Cedric the Entertainer: Live from the Ville, September 16

The White Helmets, September 16

Audie & Daisy, September 23

Iliza: Confirmed Kills, September 23

Longmire, September 23

Amanda Knox, September 30

Johnny Depp as Donald Trump and Baz Luhrmann’s new series highlight the Netflix August lineup

August brings a slow end to the long, hot summer. In addition, the Netflix August offerings are frankly slim pickings, which brings little comfort to those who choose to be shut-ins. Most noteworthy, Baz Luhrmann’s (Moulin Rouge!) highly anticipated musical drama The Get Down finally premieres. Multiple rumors (production delays! most expensive show ever!) plagued the production, but Lurhmann’s recent appearance at TCA seemed to calm the waters slightly. The series is no doubt ambitious. It is described as “a mythic saga of how New York at the brink of bankruptcy gave birth to hip-hop, punk and disco — told through the lives and music of the South Bronx kids who changed the city and the world … forever.”

Netflix will unveil six episodes of the 12-run first season on August 12.

Also premiering in August is Funny or Die’s surprise Emmy nominee Donald Trump’s The Art of the Deal. Johnny Depp plays Donald Trump. That is all you need to know. Check that out August 1 if you haven’t seen it already.

Here are the rest of the Netflix August lineup.

August 1

The American Side (2016)

An Inconvenient Truth (2006)

APEX: The Story of the Hypercar (2016)

Beethoven’s Christmas Adventure (2011)

Big Daddy (1999)

Black Widow (1987)

Critical Condition (1987)

Deadfall (2012)

Destination: Team USA (2016)

Funny or Die Presents: Donald Trump’s The Art of the Deal: The Movie (2016)

The Family Man (2000)

The Fast and the Furious (2001)

The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006)

Final Destination 3 (2006)

From the Terrace (1960)

Holding the Man (2015) ­ 

How To Win The US Presidency (2016)

In the Shadow of the Moon (2007)

ISIS: Women Unveiled (2016)

Masha and the Bear: Season 2 ­ 

Memoria (2015)

The Naked Prey (1966)

NCIS: Season 13

Pay It Forward (2000)

The Real Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)

Roseanne Collection: Collection 3

Sleepy Hollow (1999)

Sliding Doors (1998)

Star Trek: Nemesis (2002)

Teacher’s Pet (1958)

The Verdict (1982)

The Wedding Planner (2001)

What Women Want (2000)

Young@Heart (2007)

Zack and Miri Make a Porno (2008)

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August 3

Beat Bugs: Season 1

August 5

David Cross: Making America Great Again (2016) ­ 

Ever After High: Epic Winter ­ 

The Little Prince (2016) ­ 

Punk’s Dead: SLC Punk 2 (2016)

National Firewood Evening: Slow TV (2016)

National Firewood Morning: Slow TV (2016)

National Firewood Night: Slow TV (2016)

National Knitting Evening: Slow TV (2016)

National Knitting Morning: Slow TV (2016)

National Knitting Night: Slow TV (2016)

Northern Passage: Slow TV (2016)

Northern Railway: Slow TV (2016)

Salmon Fishing: Slow TV (2016)

The Telemark Canal: Slow TV (2016)

Train Ride Bergen to Oslo: Slow TV (2016)

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August 6

The Confirmation (2016)

August 9

Real Husbands of Hollywood: Season 4

T­Rex (2015)

August 10

St. Vincent (2014)

August 11

Flight of the Butterflies (2012)

No Country for Old Men (2007)

August 12

Ask the StoryBots: Season 1 ­

The Get Down: Part 1 ­

Project Mc2: Season 2

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August 13

13 Cameras (2016)

August 15

Louis CK: Live at the Comedy Store (2015)

August 16

Let’s Go to Prison (2006)

Our Last Tango (2015)

August 17

The Curse of Sleeping Beauty (2016)

The Last Heist (2016)

Puffin Rock: Season 2

August 19

Bottersnikes and Gumbles: Season 1 ­

Fearless: Season 1 ­

I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead ­

August 21

Maz Jobrani: I’m Not a Terrorist, But I’ve Played One On TV (2015)

August 22

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: The Seventeenth Year

August 23

Septembers of Shiraz (2015)

August 25

Blue Is the Warmest Color (2013)

Dawn of the Croods: Season 2 ­ 

Glitter Force: Season 2 ­

Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy: We’ve Been Thinking… ­ 

Once Upon a Time: Season 5

XOXO (2016)

Netflix August
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August 27

Rams (2015)

August 29

The State of Marriage (2015)

August 31

Ku’damm 56: Season 1


Stranger Things lovingly recreates an era through memorable 80s tunes

There are many wonderful things to praise in Netflix’s newest obsessive series Stranger Things. The Spielbergian themes layered with vaguely Michael Mann-inspired cinematography. The pack of kids straight out of The Goonies. Winona Ryder. We here at AwardsDaily TV have made this homage to the Sci-Fi / horror cinema and literature of the 1980s our newest obsession. We’ll publish a review of the entire series in the coming week. We didn’t want to rush it. We wanted to take our time and luxuriate in the 80s goodness. But here’s a heads up: one of Stranger Things greatest assets is a robust and lovingly selected series of 80s tunes (even though many songs hail from the late 60s).

Some of these are more standard selections. Some are unsung gems. One thing is clear: someone at Netflix missed a big opportunity to dish out a sure fire oldies soundtrack a la Guardians of the Galaxy a few years back. Since we’re lacking a single consolidated soundtrack, there are a few ways to recreate the sound and fury of the series 80s tunes yourself. Update: according to the LAist, the Stranger Things soundtrack will see the light of day as an official compilation.

There is at least one Spotify listing assembled here if you don’t already own the songs yourself. But if you already have a robust collection of 80s tunes, then here’s the full soundtrack listing episode by episode.

Stranger Things Track Listing

Episode 1

  • She Has Funny Cars – Jefferson Airplane
  • White Rabbit – Jefferson Airplane
  • Africa – Toto
  • Can’t Seem to Make You Mine – The Seeds

Episode 2

  • Should I Stay or Should I Go – The Clash
  • I Melt With You – Modern English
  • Hazy Shade of Winter – The Bangles
  • Tie a Yellow Ribbon – Dawn featuring Tony Orlando

Episode 3 

  • Peter Gabriel – Heroes
  • Waiting for a Girl Like You – Foreigner

Episode 4

  • Atmosphere – Joy Division
  • Should I Stay Or Should I Go – The Clash

Episode 5 

  • Elegia – New Order
  • Nocturnal Me – Echo & The Bunnymen

Episode 6 

  • Sunglasses at Night – Corey Hart
  • The Bargain Store – Dolly Parton

Episode 7 

  • Fields of Coral – Vangelis

Episode 8 

  • When It’s Cold I’d Like to Die – Moby

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