Netflix: Check March Release – Who

Netflix: Check March Release - Who

Netflix release in March (Photo: Netflix / Disclosure)

Netflix released the release of the series, films and documentaries on Wednesday (24), which will be put on stage in March. Watch Headlines!

– March 1 –

Karate Kid – Moment of Truth · Film
Inspired by school bullies, Daniel Larso meets a martial arts master and learns much more than self-defense.

Karate Kid II – Moment of Truth Continues · Film
Daniel La Arso accompanies Mr. Miyagi on a trip to Okinawa, where the Guru visits his dying father and finds an old love.

Karate Kid III – The Final Challenge · Film
Daniel Larso and Mr. Miyagi must defend themselves against an old rival: the sinister master of Cobra Kai, whom they defeated years ago.

– 3 March –

Mormon Counterfighter · Documentary
In this story, the risky blows of a temperamental mind cause turmoil and shake the church about an actual crime.

– 4 March –

Circle of Fire: The Black · Anime
In a country full of demons, the two brothers seek out their parents and find unknown creatures, strange figures, and unexpected allies.

– 5 March –

Watchtower · film
Transferred home after a painful mission, a French soldier uses his deadly skills to hunt down the man who wounded his sister.

– 8 March –

Halloween · Movies
40 years ago, a murderer committed a massacre on Halloween night. Now he is on the loose again, and his target is the only person who managed to escape – and his family. With Jaime Lee Curtis, Nick Castle and Judy Greer.

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– March 12 –

The One · Serie
When it becomes possible to find the perfect person through a revolutionary service based on DNA analysis, Love (and lies) get out of hand. Series based on the book by John Marrs.

Sim day movie
Always accustomed to saying “no” to their children, a couple – played by Jennifer Garner and Ramdgar Ramirez – decide to fulfill the extreme desires of children in a day of certain rules and have lots of family entertainment.

– 15 March –

This is personal: Women’s March · Documentary
This documentary depicts a crowd of millions marching for the Women’s March soon after the inauguration of Donald Trump in 2017.

– 17 March –

Under Suspicion: Vespel Case · Series
Based on an actual crime, the series features the famous case of Belgian politician Bernard Vespel, who was accused of killing his wife in 2013.

American Education: Fraud and Privilege · Documentary
This documentary examines the person responsible for a bribe scheme that guaranteed heirs of rich and famous families to enter the best colleges in the United States.

– 18 March –

Plague Goat · Film
In the genre of Boy Soldier films, but with a Brazilian twist, the two police officers (Matheus Nachtergel and Edmilson Filho) are completely incompatible and forced to work together from different regions of the country, which Serra and São Paulo Runs a gang in

– 19 March –

Sky Rojo · Series
To escape a pimp and his henchmen, three women set out on a brainwashed journey in search of freedom. From the creators of La Casa de Papel.

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– 23 March –

Loyiso Gola: Unlisting · Documentary
South African comedian Loyiso Gola is based on themes of practical philosophy and unfiltered humor such as race, identity and world politics.

– 24 March –

Who killed Sara? · Chain
After spending 18 years in prison, Alex wants to take revenge on the Lazcono family, who implicated him in the murder of his own sister.

– 26 March –

Baker Street’s Irregularity · Series
In 19th-century London, a group of misfits youngsters, Drs. Watson and his mysterious partner Sherlock are working to solve supernatural crimes under the command of Holmes.

– 31 March –

European Union: Latin America · Series
Real people narrate their own ghost stories in this horror series that re-depict supernatural and paranormal events.

Angels and freaks movie
The Harvard symbologist (Tom Hanks) tries to stop an attack on the Vatican employed by a secret society that seeks revenge on the Church.

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