• Mötley Crüe biopic, Amy Schumer: Growing hit Netflix in March

    Netflix released a list of everything new to stream next month. On that list, there are new sitcoms, stand-up specials, and comedies that will make you laugh. Netflix released a promo, but it doesn’t have every comedy coming to the platform, so Laughspin is here to bring you every comedy that is coming to Netflix in March.

    Netflix Original Shows

    Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj: Volume 2 (Streaming Every Sunday)

    Okay, so Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj is already back, but there will be new episodes throughout March. Hasan Minhaj already dropped it like it’s hot with episodes about censorship in China and drug pricing for the second volume of his half-hour comedy-news program.

    After Life comes March 8

    Ricky Gervais stars in After Life, a new show about a grumpy widower. In this dark comedy-drama, Gervais’s character has to deal with the death of his wife, the newspaper he works for failing, and isolation as he pushes those close to him away.

    Arrested Development: Season 5 B comes March 15

    Arrested Development: Season 5 A came out March 2018 and for fans of the little show that could the wait is almost over. No word yet if there will be a Season 6, so the future of the Bluths is still up in the air.

    Turn Up Charlie comes March 15

    Idris Elba plays a struggling DJ in this quirky Brittish show. Turn Up Charlie follows Elba’s character as he becomes a manny to his famous friend’s problem-child daughter.

    Most Beautiful Thing comes March 22


    Most Beautiful Thing takes place in late 1950s Rio de Janeiro. The Brazilian TV show follows a woman who gains her independence after her husband abandons her. Early promos have made the show look like The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel meets Bossa Nova.

    Santa Clarita Diet: Season 3 comes March 29


    The dark horror-comedy Santa Clarita Diet is coming back for a third season. Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant are back as Sheila and Joel Hammond as they deal with the consequences of Shelia transforming into a zombie with a craving for human flesh.

    Trailer Park Boys: The Animated Series comes March 31

    In 2014, The Trailer Park Boys ended on a cliff hanger when the cast was turned into cartoons after 12 seasons. Trailer Park Boys: The Animated Series will pick up where the twelfth season left off and continue the adventures of Ricky, Julian, Bubbles and the rest of the gang as their new animated selves.

    Netflix Stand-up Comedy Specials

    Jimmy Carr: The Best of Ultimate Gold Greatest Hits comes March 12

    Jimmy Carr’s second Netflix special, The Best of Ultimate Gold Greatest Hits, promises to showcase the downright unadulterated one-liners that made Carr a star. Carr also currently hosts Netflix’s The Fix, which premiered last year.

    Amy Schumer Growing comes March 19

    In an Instagram post, Amy Schumer called her new special, Growing, “the best special I have ever done.” Schumer recorded the special during her current pregnancy and gets deep in the special about pregnancy, motherhood, and married life. Hopefully it’s better than The Leather Special.

    Nate Bargatze: The Tennessee Kid coming March 26

    Not much has been revealed about Nate Bargatze’s first solo Netflix special, but the clean-cut southern comic was a hit on Netflix’s 2018 comedy collection, The Standups.

    Netflix Original Movies

    The Dirt comes March 22


    The Dirt is a comedy biopic about the band Mötley Crüe. With performances from Machine Gun Kelly, Pete Davidson, and Tony Cavalero the film is gearing up to be a pretty wild ride.

    Movies Coming To Netflix You’ve Seen But Want to Watch Again

    Budapest comes March 1
    Junebug comes March 1
    Music and Lyrics comes March 1
    Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist comes March 1
    Stuart Little comes March 1
    Wet Hot American Summer comes March 1
    Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams comes March 8
    Dry Martina comes March 15
    Kung Fu Hustle comes March 15
    Tucker and Dale vs. Evil comes March 29

    Rosa Escandon

    I am a stand up comic and writer living in Brooklyn, NY. When I'm not on stage, I am Comedy Editor for The Tusk, sit on the board of the Cinder Block Comedy Festival, and writing my next project. I am passionate about writing about feminism and comedy as well as how women, LBGTQ people, and minorities are changing the face of comedy and entertainment. You may have seen me on Buzzfeed Video, Seriously.TV, aplus, or maybe just on twitter.

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