March Streaming Roundup

Roman Battaglia

 

Looking for something to watch in March? Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon have brought more content to the field. Here are a few things you can binge on that will keep you occupied while you procrastinate cleaning your room or doing your homework.

 

The Grand Tour: Season 2 (Requires Prime Membership)

You would think that a show about cars would only fancy those into cars, but The Grand Tour is very entertaining and brings a fresh take on car shows. Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are back for a second season, travelling around the world, getting in arguments, and competing in interesting challenges. It’s a great show to watch while your sick or need a good laugh. The show just recently finished out season 2, so you’ll have plenty to binge.

Altered Carbon

This new Netflix original was teased about two months ago. Set in the distant future, human consciousness is digitized and can be transferred from body to body. Takeshi Kovacs, played by Joel Kinnaman, is woken up after a 250 year sleep, and is recruited to solve a murder in this Blade Runner-esque world. This show plays out more like a ten hour movie thana a TV show; everything is very visually stunning and the cinematography will blow you away.

Queer Eye

Netflix has stepped into the reality TV show world, with this reboot of the original 2003 show. Five guys, each versed in a different lifestyle skills, travel around Atlanta to help men revamp everything about their lives, from grooming, to diet, to home décor. The stories they set out to tell will make you cry and the reveals will leave you shocked.

A.P. Bio

Glenn Howerton finally breaks out of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia with a new role as Jack Griffin, the philosophy scholar turned A.P. bio teacher in high school. The show follows Jack as he tries to get revenge on those in his life that have wronged him. It’s very funny and warning, highly addictive. The season has just kicked off, you can check out all the episodes available on Hulu.

Big Mouth

Be warned, this cartoon might look like it’s meant for children, but it’s far from it. A group of teenagers navigate the choppy waters of puberty. This show is a wonderful way to relive your time back in high school, with budding romances, raging hormones, and mysterious ghosts from the jazz age.

My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman

Need another Barack Obama fix? Check this new show out. Comedian David Letterman hosts an in depth interview show on Netflix, talking with global figures like Obama, George Clooney, Malala Yousafzai and Tina Fey. A new episode comes out each month, so keep coming back to find out more about your favorite figure.

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