What’s New on Netflix Canada, Amazon Prime Video and Crave: March 2019
We’re counting down the 10 must-see new releases on Netflix Canada, Amazon Prime Video and Crave this month.
You’ll like it if you like: Winnie the Pooh, Finding Neverland and Mary Poppins Returns
The sequel to A.A. Milne’s The House at Pooh Corner, Disney’s Christopher Robin catches up with the titlular character (Ewan McGregor), now a despondent husband and father in postwar London who’s forgotten all about his beloved teddy bear. When Pooh visits Christopher again, Christopher decides to help him get back to Hundred Acre Wood, reconnecting with his family in the process. Christopher Robin is an endearing film about the importance of family, morals and imagination. Netflix Canada, March 5.
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Tin Star: Season Two
You’ll like it if you like: Breaking Bad, Sons of Anarchy and Justified
In this modern-day western, Tim Roth stars as Jim Worth, a former London detective who becomes the police chief of a small town in the Canadian Rockies. Relocating with his family, Worth is forced to deal not only with his own personal demons, but also a powerful new foe in the form of a sinister oil conglomerate. Unknown to the oil firm and the residents, Jim happens to be hiding a dangerous alter ego—one who’s willing to do exceptionally cruel things in order to protect his town. Christina Hendricks (Mad Men) also stars. Amazon Prime Video, March 8.
American Gods: Season Two
You’ll like it if you like: Legion, Preacher and Hannibal
After being released from prison, Shadow Moon takes on the job of driver for the mysterious Mr. Wednesday (Ian McShane). Not your run-of-the-mill employer, Wednesday happens to be the modern incarnation of Norse God Odin. The duo travel through America, recruiting manifestations of the Old Gods to fight against the New American Gods. Based on Neil Gaiman’s popular novel of the same name, Americans Gods is one of the most visually stunning shows in recent memory. Amazon Prime Video, March 11.
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You’ll like it if you like: Heat, The Town and Sicario
Starring Ben Affleck, Oscar Issac, Charlie Hunnam, Garrett Hedlund and Pedro Pascal, Triple Frontier looks to be the first big action movie of the spring season. In this high-octane thriller, five former U.S. soldiers struggling to make ends meet set out to steal $75 million from a drug lord’s compound—located in the notorious “triple frontier” border zone between Paraguay, Argentina and Brazil. Their friendships—and skill sets—are put to the test when the world’s most violent cartel seeks revenge. Netflix Canada, March 13.
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Turn Up Charlie: Season One
You’ll like it if you like: Entourage, Californication and Silicon Valley
Idris Elba stars as a struggling DJ who’s given one last chance at stardom when he becomes a nanny to his famous best friend’s daughter. The eight-part comedy series, co-created by Elba, also stars Piper Perabo (Coyote Ugly) as a superstar DJ and newcomer Frankie Hervey as problem child Gabby. Netflix Canada, March 15.
Billions: Season Four
You’ll like it if you like: House of Cards, Ozark and Boardwalk Empire
For the first three seasons of Billions, state attorney Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti) and powerful venture capitalist Bobby Axelrod (Damian Lewis) battled it out. In the latest season, the two rivals are putting their differences aside to take down a common enemy: Grigor Andolov (John Malkovich), an oil oligarch and organized crime boss. Crave, March 17.
You’ll like it if you like: Bonnie and Clyde, Public Enemies and The Untouchables
From 1932 to 1934, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow robbed dozens of banks, stores and gas stations in the Midwest, leaving a trail of dead bodies in their wake. The Highwaymen takes a step back from the couple’s much-romanticized narrative, focusing instead on the two Texas rangers—Frank Hamer (Kevin Costner) and Maney Gault (Woody Harrelson)—who finally brought them down. Netflix Canada, March 29.
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Santa Clarita Diet: Season Three
You’ll like it if you like: Dexter, The Good Place and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
Sheila Hammond (Drew Barrymore), her husband Joel (Timothy Olyphant) and their young daughter are living a seemingly perfect existence in Santa Clarita, California. Their blissful reality turns into a nightmare when Sheila is turned into an undead cannibal. Can the Hammonds provide the insatiable Sheila with a constant supply of fresh meat? Santa Clarita Diet is the strangest—and silliest—show to be found anywhere. Netflix Canada, March 29.
Barry: Season Two
You’ll like it if you like: Curb Your Enthusiasm, Fargo and Better Call Saul
Created by Saturday Night Live alumnus Bill Hader and Alec Berg, Barry casts Hader as a depressed, low-rent hitman who finds himself drawn into a community of acting students while on assignment in Los Angeles. Hader is nothing short of sensational, but it’s co-star Henry Winkler who almost always steals the show (the two both won Emmys for their roles last year, after all). Barry is pitch-black comedy done right. Crave, March 31.
Veep: The Final Season
You’ll like it if you like: Parks and Recreation, The Thick of It and Spin City
The acclaimed comedy returns for its seventh—and final—season this March. Starring Julia-Louis Dreyfus, the seven-episode series follows former vice president—and president—Selina Meyer as she hits the campaign trail to try and get back into the Oval Office once again. Tony Hale and Anna Chlumsky also star. Crave, March 31.
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