Here’s What’s About To Hit Netflix
As you know, content comes and goes on Netflix. Each week, we’re bringing you a list of titles that you’ll be able to stream in the U.S. in the coming days.
Not the biggest week in Netflix releases (and when is the last season of Mad Men coming?), but it does include Netflix’s exclusive season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars as well as the rest of the season including director’s cuts.
Uptown Girls (2003)
Brittany Murphy, Dakota Fanning, Marley Shelton, Donald Faison, Jesse Spencer, Austin Pendleton, Heather Locklear, Pell James
Rich girl Molly Gunn has never had to work hard in her life — until her father dies and her inheritance vanishes into thin air. To pay the bills, she becomes a nanny but finds herself in over her head when she starts caring for a neglected child.
Available on 3/7:
Rectify: Season 1
Convicted of rape and murder at age 18, Daniel Holden spends nearly 20 years on death row until DNA evidence finally brings the verdict into question. Now, Daniel must learn to live as a free man in a town where people still think he’s guilty.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Seasons 1-6
Set after the events in Episode II: Attack of the Clones, these animated entries in the Star Wars sagas follow the adventures of the Jedi knights, including Anakin Skywalker — who draws ever closer to the dark side — and his master, Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Available on 3/8:
Archer: Season 4
Sophisticated spy Archer may have the coolest gadgets, but he still has issues when it comes to dealing with his boss — who also happens to be his mother — in this wicked animated spoof of spy flicks and the sex-crazed agents who populate them.
The Starving Games (2013)
Maiara Walsh, Cody Christian, Brant Daugherty, Diedrich Bader, Ross Wyngaarden, Lauren Bowles, Dean J. West, Michael Hartson
In this satirical take on The Hunger Games, a young girl named Kantmiss takes part in a vicious competition that pits adolescents against one another. The tongue-in-cheek comedy also spoofs The Avengers, Sherlock Holmes and the Harry Potter saga.
Available on 3/12:
Breaking Amish: Season 1
From flying in a plane to using cell phones and electricity, Breaking Amish will follow this group’s unforgettable roller coaster ride in New York City. Will they remain Amish or become English and face the consequences of being shunned?
Ryan Reynolds, Paul Giamatti, Michael Peña, Samuel L. Jackson, Luis Guzmán, Bill Hader, Snoop Dogg
A speed-obsessed snail who dreams of being the world’s greatest race car driver gets his chance when a freak accident imbues him with high-octane speed. But he soon learns he’ll need the help of his friends if he’s going to go the distance.
Available on 3/13:
Comedy Bang! Bang!: Season 2
Scott Aukerman brings his popular podcast Comedy Bang! Bang! to television. Scott writes and stars in the series along with his co-host and bandleader, Reggie Watts, while featuring celebrity guests playing either themselves or characters.
How I Live Now (2013)
Saoirse Ronan, Tom Holland, George MacKay, Harley Bird, Danny McEvoy, Anna Chancellor, Jonathan Rugman, Corey Johnson
While on vacation in rural England, American teen Daisy slowly comes to appreciate the people around her and soon falls in love with local boy Eddie. But her summer idyll comes to an abrupt end when rumors of World War III become a reality.
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