Friday, April 13, 2018

Leaving Netflix Instant Streaming May 2018

A tentative list of film and TV titles that will be departing Netflix's streaming service during May 2018.  Will update as we learn of more titles and when they decide to reveal the official list:

May 1:
Angelo Rules Season 2 (2010)
Easy Living Seasons 1-3 (2011)
Lindler's Fishing Edge Season 1 (2013)
Lottie Dottie Chicken Seasons 1-2 (2009)
The Sparticle Mystery Seasons 1-2 (2013)

May 2:
Little Einsteins Seasons 1-2 (2007)
Phineas and Ferb Seasons 1-4 (2012)
The Secret Life of the American Teenager Seasons 1-5 (2013)
Special Agent Oso Seasons 1-2 (2010)

May 11:
The Beginning of Life: The Series Season 1 (2016) (NEW; 4/11)

May 15:
Granite Flats Seasons 1-3 (2013-5) (NEW; 4/16)
Unsealed: Conspiracy Files Season 1 (2012) (NEW; 4/16)

May 16:
Horseland Season 1 (2006) (NEW: 4/16)

Coming to Netflix Instant Streaming May 2018

A tentative list of film and TV titles that are heading to those who subscribe to Netflix in May 2018.  Will update as more titles become available and when they reveal their official list:

Coming in May:

May 1:
Jewel's Catch One (2018) (Documentary focusing on an African American disco that was like the West Coast's answer to Studio 54)
John Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous (2018)

May 4:
Anon (2018) (Futuristic privacy film with Clive Owen and Amanda Seyfried) (NEW: 4/19)
Busted Season 1 (2018) (Twice Weekly Korean variety series)
Dear White People Season 2 (2018) (More college fun with race) (NEW; 4/16) (Thanks to Wellesley72!)
End Game (2018) (Medical practitioners work on the cutting edge of life and death)
Forgive Us Our Debts (2018) (Italian debtor agrees to work for debt collector) (NEW; 4/18) (Thanks to Wellesley72!)
A Little Help with Carol Burnett Season 1 (2018) (The veteran comic works with kids) (NEW; 4/16)
Manhunt (2018) (John Woo directed thriller about man trying to clear his name; with Masaharu Fukuyama)
The Rain Season 1 (2018)

May 10:
Safe (Widower learns some dark secrets while searching for his missing daughter; with Michael C. Hall)

May 11:
Bill Nye Saves the World Season 3 (2018)
Evil Genius Season 1 (True story of the pizza bomber heist) (2018) (NEW; 4/18)
The Kissing Booth (romcom based on YA novel)

May 13:
Ali Wong: Hard Knock Wife (comedy special on motherhood from Toronto)

May 18:
Catching Feelings (South African film) (NEW; 4/16)

May 24:
Fauda Season 2 (2018)
Riverdale Season 2 (2017) (NEW; 4/20) (Thanks to Wellesley72!)

May 25:
Ibiza (road trip comedy with Gillian Jacobs and Vanessa Bayer)

May 27:
The Break with Michelle Wolf Season 1 (2018) (Weekly comedy news show)

May 30:
The Flash Season 4 (2017) (NEW; 4/20) (Thanks to Wellesley72!)
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season 4A (2018)

Sometime in May:
Scandal Season 7 (Wait, haven't the last couple of seasons come during June?) 

Saturday, March 17, 2018

Leaving Netflix Instant Streaming April 2018

A tentative list of movie and TV titles that will leave Netflix Instant Streaming sometime during April 2018.  We'll update when we get the official list and word of other titles streams in.  I plan on keep this updated throughout the month so stay tuned!:

NOTE:  Titles from the departure list are now up.  Will update as I get more!

Leaving April 2018:

April 1:

Films:
30 Days of Night (2007)
88 Minutes (2007)
Absolution (2015)
Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994)
Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls (1995)
All Relative (2014)
All Stars (2014)
American Pie (1999)
American Pie 2 (2001)
Anatomy of a Love Seen (2014)
Another World (2014)
Apollo 13 (1995)
Autism in Love (2015)
Batman (1989)
Batman & Robin (1997)
Batman Forever (1995)
Batman Returns (1992)
Caddyshack (1980)
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)
Codegirl (2015)
Cool Runnings (1993)
Condemned (2015)
Cowboys vs. Dinosaurs (2015)
Death Sentence (2007)
Dennis Rodman's Big Bang in Pyongyang (2015)
Dolphin Tale (2011)
The Dukes of Hazzard (2005)
Eagle vs. Shark (2007)
Everything Before Us (2016)
Foodie: The Culinary Jet Set (2014)
Furry Vengeance (2010)
A Good Man (2014)
A Horse for Summer (2014)
In the Grayscale (2015)
Inspired to Ride (2015)
John Mulaney: New in Town (2012) RENEWED (Called It!)
Kajaki: The True Story (aka Kilo Two Bravo) (2014)
Koch (2012)
A Little Game (2014)
Maravilla (2014)
The Men Who Stare at Goats (2009)
Never Let Me Go (2010)
Oriented (2015)
Peninsula Mitre (2016)
The Pursuit of Happyness (2006)
Richard Pryor: Live and Smokin' (1971)
Salero (2015)
Set Up (2011)
Scooby-Doo (2002)
Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (2004)
The Second Woman (2012)
The Shawshank Redemption (1994)
Small Soldiers (1998)
Stake Land (2010)
Sucker (2015)
Sulemani Keeda (2014)
Sunset Boulevard (1950)
Thao's Library (2015)
Troy (2004)
The Trust (2015)
Wedding Crashers (2005)
Whale Rider (2002)
The Whole Nine Yards (2000)
Wild Wild West (1999)
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971)

TV:
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown Seasons 1-8 (2009-16) RENEWED
Cathedrals of Culture Season 1 (2014)
Da Jammies Season 1 (2015)
The Eighties Season 1 (2016) RENEWED
Heartless Season 1 (2014)
Lady, la vendedora de rosas Season 1 (2015) RENEWED
The Seventies Season 1 (2015) RENEWED

April 2:
Dreamcatcher (2003)
NOTE: Not to be confused for the 2015 documentary film.  This is a thriller/horror with Thomas Jane and Morgan Freeman.
Jackrabbit (2015)
Life Partners (2014)
National Treasure (2004)
Sid the Science Kid Season 1 (2008)
Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage (2014)

April 3:
Snow Girl and the Dark Crystal (2015) 
Starry Eyes (2014)

April 4:
Chevalier (2015)
Hate Story 3 (2015)

April 5:
#Horror (2015)
Dixieland (2015)
The Hallow (2015)
The Nightingale (2013)
Of Men and War (2015)
Sembene! (2015)

April 6:
Nothing

April 7:
Preservation (2014)
Ukraine is Not a Brothel (2013)
Where Children Play (2015)

April 8:
Hannibal Takes Edinburgh (2016)
Respectable: The Mary Millington Story (2016)

April 9:
Pioneer (2013) 
Robert Kelly: Live at the Village Underground (2014) 

April 10:
The Great Invisible (2014) 
My Life Directed by Nicholas Winding Refn (2015) 
Police Story: Lockdown (2013) 
Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon (2013) 
Yves Saint Laurent (2014) 

April 11:
Birdie Buddy Season 1 (2011)
Knife Fight (2012)
One Small Hitch (2013)
Tamra, the Island Season 1 (2009)
Tracks (2013)

April 12:
Casa Grande (2014)
The Emperor's New Clothes (2015)

April 13:
Nothing

April 14:
The Man with the Iron Fists 2: Sting of the Scorpion (2015) 

April 15:
23 Blast (2014) 
Bob Zoom in English/Spanish Season 1 (2014)
Note: Yes, it's two different versions.  Combined them due to saving space.
Bridgend (2015) 
Bubba y sus Amigos Season 1 (2016)
The Canal (2014) 
Cold Deck (2015) 
CT Fletcher: My Magnificent Obsession (2015) 
Dirty Wars (2013) 
Elon Gold: Chosen and Taken (2014) 
Flamenco, Flamenco (2010) 
Happy Tree Friends Season 1 (2006)
Homeward Bound (1993) 
Leap Year (2010)
Love Me (2014) 
Mujeres Infieles 4 (2016) 
Sex, Death and Bowling (2015) 
El Taxista Caliente (2016) 
La Troca del Mono Negro (2009) 
El Vecindario 3 (2016) 
La Verdadera Historia de Culiacan vs Mazatlan (2016) 
Yosemite (2015) 

April 16:
H.H. Holmes: America's First Serial Killer (2003) 
Son of God (2014)

April 17:
Fed Up (2014)
House of Bodies (2013)
Keep On Keepin' On (2014)
Z Storm (2014)

April 18:
Front Cover (2015)

April 19:
The Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog Season 1 (1993) RENEWED
Strawberry Shortcake Season 1 (2003)

April 20:
The Chinese Mayor (2015)
The Exorcism of Molly Hartley (2015)
A Mile in His Shoes (2011)

April 21:
Badge of Honor (2015)
Go! Mrs. Go! Season 1 (2012)
Navy SEALs: The Battle for New Orleans (2015)
The Prestige (2006)

April 22:
Exit Through the Gift Shop (2010)

April 23:
The Humbling (2014) (NEW: 4/16)
Phantom (2013) (NEW; 4/16)
XIII: The Series Seasons 1-2 (2011-2)

April 24:
Odd Thomas (2013) (NEW: 4/17)
Percentage (2013) (NEW; 4/17)
The Square (2008) (NEW; 4/17)
Note: This isn't the Oscar nominated documentary, but an Australian crime thriller.

April 25:
Fan Girl (2015) (NEW; 4/18)
Inescapable (2012) (NEW: 4/18)
Kevin from Work Season 1 (2015)
The Sklar Brothers: What Are We Talking About? (2014) (NEW; 4/18)

April 26:
Burning Bodhi (2015) (NEW: 4/19)
Kung Fu Panda 3 (2016)
Restaurant Australia Season 1 (2015)
Trust (2010) (NEW: 4/19)
Yindi the Last Koala (1996) (NEW: 4/19)

April 27:
Begin Again (2013)

April 28:
All Good Things (2010) (NEW; 4/21)
The Gunman (2015) (NEW: 4/21)

April 31:
Fried Season 1 (2015)
The Jamz Season 1 (2016)

May 1:
Angelo Rules Season 2 (2010)
Easy Living Seasons 1-3 (2011)
Lindler's Fishing Edge Season 1 (2013)
Lottie Dottie Chicken Seasons 1-2 (2009)
The Sparticle Mystery Seasons 1-2 (2013)

Coming to Netflix Streaming April 2018

A tentative list of film and TV titles that will be making their way to Netflix Instant streaming during April 2018.  This list will be updated when we get word of the official list and descriptions for these titles will be filled out before the start of the month:

NOTE:  List is complete, as are descriptions.

NOTE 2:  May's titles are now in their own thread.


NOW STREAMING:


MOVIES:

April 1:

Abacus: Small Enough to Jail (2017):  An immigrant family from China decides to fight back against the New York government when their bank is indicted for fraud in this documentary.

According to Greta (2009):  Combative teen forced to live with her New Jersey grandparents stirs things up when she romances an ex-con line cook; with Hilary Duff.

The Aerial (aka La Antena) (2007):  A faceless singer is the only person who can speak in a world where Mr. TV does all the talking; with Rafael Ferro and Sol Moreno.

Along Came Polly (2004):  An uptight guy who recently lost his wife on his honeymoon reconnects with a free spirited childhood friend; with Ben Stiller and Jennifer Aniston.

Bad Boys (1995):  Two Miami narcotics cops deal with mistaken identity and simmering hostility as they try to capture a master crook who's stolen a lot of heroin; with Will Smith and Martin Lawrence.

Barsaat (1995):  A rich city girl falls for a naive young man but her stepfather disapproves of the love match and tries to break them up; with Twinkle Khanna.

Battlefield Earth (2000):  A human slave starts a rebellion against a powerful alien force in America during the distant future; with John Travolta and Barry Pepper.

Beethoven's Christmas Adventure (2011):  The oversized Saint Bernard has to save a bag of toys and return Santa's sleigh to its rightful owner before Christmas; with Kyle Massey.

Bharya Athra Pora (2013):  A father ditches his family for beaches and booze only to learn that it comes with a downside; with Jayaram and Gopika.

Bhoopadathil Illatha Oridam (2012):  Unsolved theft at a moneylender's shop changes the life of a popular school teacher at a remote village; with Nivin Pauly.

Big Time (2017):  Bjarke Ingels reveals his plans for 2 World Trade Center as he attempts to turn Manhattan's skyline back to its previous glory.

Billa (2007):  A cop attempts to take advantage of the secret death of an international criminal by sending a look-alike to infiltrate his gang, but complications ensue; with Yog Japee.

A Billion Colour Story (2016):  As his family strains under financial issues, a curious boy observes that the world is growing more intolerant; with Dhruva Padmakumar.

Body of Lies (2008):  Idealistic CIA agent, veteran operative, and the head of Jordanian intelligence teams up to infiltrate an underground terrorist network; with Leonardo DiCaprio and Russell Crowe.

Boys on the Side (1995):  It's a road trip with a lesbian nightclub singer and a woman with AIDS as they travel from New York to Los Angeles; with Drew Barrymore and Whoopi Goldberg.

Cabin Fever (2002):  Five college friends go to a rustic cabin in the woods for a party, but run into various struggles once there; with Rider Strong and Jordan Ladd.

Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever (2009):  A flesh eating virus in bottled water threatens to ruin a high school prom; with Noah Segan.

Cats & Dogs (2001):  A scientist's invention of a vaccine preventing allergies to dogs leads to a resumption in conflict between cats and dogs; with voices of Tobey Maguire and Sean Hayes.

Cocktail (1988):  A pair of hotshot bartenders takes the bar scene by storm, mixing business with pleasure in the process; with Tom Cruise and Bryan Brown.

Cold Mountain (2003):  A wounded Civil War soldier makes a long trek back home where his wife fights to survive on her dead father's farm; with Jude Law and Nicole Kidman.

Cube (1997):  Six strangers find themselves trapped in a deadly, endless maze of interlocking cubes; with David Hewlett.

Cube 2: Hypercube (2002):  Eight strangers wake up in a giant cube where logic is defied and death is around the corner; with Kari Matchett.

Cube Zero (2004):  Monitor who helped to create the deadly maze of cubes decides to help a captive escape; with Zachary Bennett.

Dagh Ujala (aka Un-Freedom) (2015):  Lesbian daughter fights off an arranged marriage in India while a Islamic fundamentalist targets an anti-extremist Muslim scholar; with Victor Banerjee.

Deep Blue Sea (1999):  Scientists make super smart sharks in an attempt to study Alzheimer's, but are shocked, shocked to find out they are the main course; with Samuel L. Jackson.

Dil Hai Tumhaara (2002):  Sophisticated son of a powerful businessman falls for a simple, free-spirited girl.  Problem is that her other sister has fallen for him; with Rekha and Preity Zinta.

The Duchess (2008):  Young duchess compensates for an unhappy marriage by starting a scandalous affair with a politician; with Keira Knightley and Ralph Fiennes.

Ethirmarai (2018):  A detective investigating a string of brutal deaths suspects that mind control might have played a role; with Ramanathan.

Falcon Rising (2014):  Martial arts master and former Marine travels to Brazil to track down the men who brutally attacked his sister; with Michael Jai White and Neal McDonough

The Family Man (2000):  Cutthroat investment banker learns what his life would be like if he had married his college sweetheart and settled down; with Nicolas Cage.

Fishpeople (2017):  Six different people from various backgrounds find purpose and meaning in the ocean in this documentary.

The Flintstones (1994):  Fred and Barney find their friendship strained due to various matters involving their families and work; with John Goodman and Rick Moranis.

The Flintstones at Viva Rock Vegas (2000):  Fred, Barney, Wilma, and Betty take a fun trip to Vegas while they were still dating; with Mark Addy and Kristen Johnston.

Fracture (2007):  A young assistant attorney squares off with a man accused of attempting to murder his wife; with Ryan Gosling and Anthony Hopkins.

Friday Night Lights (2004):  A new coach battles sky high expectations and player dramas to lead his team to the Texas State Football Championships; with Billy Bob Thornton and Lucas Black.

Gringo: The Dangerous Life of John McAfee (2016):  The bizarre and scandalous lifestyle of McAfee, best known for anti-virus software, is the focus of this documentary.

Heat (1995):  A detective and thief square off and find themselves considering an alliance; with Robert De Niro and Al Pacino.

The Invasion (2007):  Psychiatrist who researches a mysterious alien epidemic learns that her son might be Earth's only hope for survival; with Nicole Kidman and Daniel Craig.

The Iron Giant (1999):  In the middle of the Cold War, a young boy befriends a friendly giant robot that the government is determined to destroy; with voices of Vin Diesel and Jennifer Aniston.

Jackass 2.5 (2007):  More stunts, pranks and mischief they weren't able to fit into Jackass 2; with Johnny Knoxville.

Kill the Irishman (2011):  True crime tale focuses on Danny Greene, who squared off with the Mafia in a battle for control of Cleveland's organized crime scene in the 1970s; with Ray Stevenson.

Kya Kehna (2000):  The world of a young college student is shaken when a brief involvement with a wealthy playboy leaves her pregnant; with Preity Zinta.

LA Confidential (1997):  In 1950s Los Angeles, three cops from various backgrounds form a tentative alliance to root out police corruption; with Kevin Spacey and Russell Crowe.

Life is Beautiful (1997):  When a Jewish family is sent into a concentration camp during World War 2, the father starts a game to protect his son's innocence; with Roberto Benigni.

Locked Up (2017):  American teen who ends up in a fight at a Southeast Asian school finds herself sent to a correctional facility where abuse and humiliation await; with Kelly McCart.

Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003):  Recently fired stunt man searches for his father with the help of Daffy Duck, who recent quit working as an actor; with Brendan Fraser and Jenna Elfman.

The Lost Boys (1987):  Sam, along with two friends, tries to save his brother from a gang rumored to be a coven of vampires; with Corey Haim and Jason Patric.

Maari (2015):  Petty gangster wastes his time training pigeons and insulting people until two newcomers bring turmoil to his life; with Dhanush.

Made in America (1993):  Black teenager's efforts to find out where she came from leads to results that might surprise her; with Whoopi Goldberg and Ted Danson.

Mallu Singh (2012):  A man from Kerala looking for a childhood companion treks to Punjab where he runs into unexpected people and things; with Kunchacko Boban.

Mandobasar Galpo (2017):  Acclaimed filmmaker seeks help of a psychiatrist to deal with a mysterious romantic trauma; with Paoli Dam.

Metro (2016):  A man disgusted by jewelry thieves in Chennai vows to fight the criminal menace by taking the law in his own hands; with Yogi Babu.

Mortal Kombat (1995):  Handpicked team of noble fighters square off with the minions of an evil emperor in a fighting tourney to save the world; with Robin Shou and Christopher Lambert.

Nancy Drew (2007):  While in LA to travel with her father, Nancy investigates the murder of a movie star; with Emma Roberts.

Netflix Acquires Seth Rogen (2018):  In a sign that things have finally gone too far, the mind, body, and soul of comedian Seth Rogen has been purchased by Netflix.  Or has it?

Om Shanti Om (2007):  A reincarnated small time actor is determined to find and punish the person responsible for starting the fire that killed him the first time; with Shah Rukh Khan.

Paisa Paisa (2013):  Filmmaker races against time to find the money necessary to pay off his friend's kidnappers, but finds the situation turning complex; with Aju Varghese.

Philips and the Monkey Pen (2013):  Mischevious boy struggling with math acquires a magic pen that helps him with his homework, but only in certain conditions; with Jayasurya.

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006):  Jack Sparrow desperately tries to get out of a blood debt to Davy Jones and Will and Elizabeth get involved; with Johnny Depp and Bill Nighy.

The Power of One (1992):  White South African orphan tormented by bullies befriends a political prisoner who teaches him how to box; with Stephen Dorff and Morgan Freeman.

Prince (2010):  The morning after a thief commits the heist of his life, he wakes up with no memory of what happened; with Vivek Oberoi.

Proprietors Kammath & Kammath (2013):  Two brothers who own a chain of restaurants runs into unexpected issues while trying to open a new restaurant in Palakkad; with Mammootty and Dileep.

Puthiya Theerangal (2012):  Orphaned young girl living in a seaside town bonds with an elderly man she rescues from drowning; with Nivin Pauly and Namitha Pramod.

Queen of the Damned (2002):  Group of ancient vampires plan to stop vampire turned rock star Lestat and a reincarnated vampire queen who plan to take over the world; with Stuart Townsend and Aaliyah.

Rukh (2017):  A young man tries to reconnect with his family following the sudden death of his father; with Adarsh Gourav.

Sairat (2016):  Two college students defy social edicts by falling in love which leads to violence in their village; with Rinku Rajguru.

Salaam Kashmir (2014):  Househusband is content living life as a domestic until he meets a mysterious figure; with Vijayaraghavan.

Salt Mango Tree (2015):  A middle class couple goes through great lengths to try to place their son in a top school; with Biju Menon.

Scarface (1983):  Cuban immigrant Tony Montana moves his way up the underground until he becomes a Miami drug kingpin; with Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer.

Secret in Their Eyes (2015):  Former FBI investigator re-opens a murder case of his colleague only to find some unexpected truths; with Chiwetel Ejiofor and Nicole Kidman.

Seven (1995):  Two cops try to stop a serial killer using the seven deadly sins as a playbook; with Morgan Freeman and Brad Pitt.

Sin City (2005):  Three tales of various people attempting to survive in the corrupt town of Basin City; with Bruce Willis and Jessica Alba.

A Sort of Family (2017):  Argentinian doctor faces legal and ethical challenges when she goes into the country to pick up the infant she's been waiting to adopt; with Barbara Lennie.

Speed Racer (2008):  Gifted young auto driver enters a dangerous race after turning down a lucrative contract from a wealthy sponsor; with Emile Hirsch and Christina Ricci.

The Spy Next Door (2010):  Undercover agent ends up getting involved in top secret adventure while babysitting his fiancee's kids; with Jackie Chan and Amber Valletta.

Sunshine Cleaning (2008):  To raise money for her son's education, Rose teams up with her unreliable sister to start a business specializing in cleaning up crime scenes; with Amy Adams and Emily Blunt.

Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003):  The Terminator comes back to save an adult John Conner from a top of the line mechanical assassin; with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Nick Stahl.

To Noora with Love (2014):  Misfortune strikes when a pious woman falls for a Sufi singer, but an act of love and sacrifice revives the relationship; with Mamta Mohandas and Krish Sathar.

Una (2016):  A young woman tracks down the man who preyed on her 15 years before, forcing both to confront her damage suffered from an incident; with Rooney Mara and Ben Mendelsohn.

Unakkenna Venum Sollu (2015):  A couple encounters a paranormal presence based on a past decision when they travel to Chennai to treat their ill son; with Deepak Paramesh.

Urumbukal Urangarilla (2015):  An aspiring thief learns the art of robbery from an advanced student.  But when both end up in jail, the truth is revealed; with Vinay Forrt.

Wrecker (2015):  Two best friends get roped into a game of cat and mouse with a demented, lonely truck driver; with Anna Hutchison.

Zachariayude Garbhinikal (2013):  Gynecologist dealing with four unconventional patients receives a visit from a young woman with a surprising gift; with Lal and Geetha.

April 2:

Anthony Joshua: The Road to Klitschko (2017):  This sports documentary goes behind the scenes as the rising British boxer gets ready to square off against the former boxing champion.

Maria Sharapova: The Point (2017):  Intimate documentary has the former number one tennis player in the world open up about her suspension for a failed drug test and her comeback.

Swim Team (2017):  Three teens on a New Jersey swim team composed of people on the autism spectrum deal with life in and out of the pool in this fairly good documentary.

April 3:

Fary is the New Black (2018):  Fary, a French comedy star, riffs on dating, stereotypes, and more in a special with his style, wit, and fresh outlook on life.

Honey: Rise Up and Dance (2018):  Talented street dancer shakes her hair off at disapproving family and tries to join an exclusive dance crew in order to get a scholarship; with Teyana Taylor.

Ittefaq (2017):  A homemaker and writer witness a murder and become prime suspects in a case that requires a detective to sort things out; with Sidharth Malhotra.

Yaara O Dildaara (2011):  Father of a wealthy family with one hard working son and one playboy stirs things up when he arranges the marriage of one son with the other's girlfriend; with Harbhajan Mann.

April 4:

Ali Baba vs 7 Cuceler (2015):  Garden gnome salesman and his brother in law attend a Sofia trade fair where they get mixed up with a mob boss; with Cern Yilmaz.

Ask Tesadufleri Sever (2011):  Two star-crossed lovers are brought together by a series of circumstances, but it's not until Istanbul when they meet again; with Mehmet Gunsur.

Bir Baba Hindu (2016):  Istanbul mobster falls for Indian yoga instructor and heads to Mumbai on a wild rescue mission when she ends up kidnapped; with Semiyan Midyat.

Eksi Elmalar (2016):  Suitors at an eastern Turkish town knock on the mayor's door, but his three daughters have different ideas of who they want; with Yilmaz Erdogan.

Gorumce (2016):  Young man does what he can to protect his fiancee from the evil schemes of his jealous sister; with Eda Ece.

Hadi Insallah (2014):  A young woman dealing with a bad breakup finds her life changing when she meets a handsome man during a job interview; with Busra Pekin.

Kucuk Esnaf (2016):  Honest locksmith deep in debt to the mafia falls for woman in similar straits; with Ibrahim Buyukak.

Organize Isler (2005):  Gang leader recruits a suicidal Superman impersonator as a woman driving a car linked to the gang plots revenge; with Yilmaz Erdogan.

Pek Yakinda (2014):  Former movie extra tries to win his wife back by filming a fantasy movie, but neither him or his crew knows how to shoot a film; with Cern Yilmaz.

Tale of Tales (2015):  Surreal anthology of three tales containing irony, magic, and monsters; with Salma Hayek and Vincent Cassel.

April 5:

Behind the Curtain: Todrick Hall (2017):  Singer and Youtube sensation Hall launches an original musical based loosely on his life in this documentary.

Day of the Dead: Bloodline (2018):  It's a former medical student versus an evil zombie/human hybrid determined to destroy her; with Sophie Skelton.

Despicable Me 3 (2017):  Mixed news for Gru: he loses his job when he fails to capture a 1980s child star turned villain, but he gains a new family member; with voices of Steve Carell and Kristen Wiig.

Istanbul Kirmizisi (2017):  London based Orhan agrees to help a famous director by editing his book and gets drawn into his complex family life; with Halit Ergenc.

Swades: We the People (2004):  A bright young scientist looks for his nanny in a developed section of India; with Shah Rukh Khan.

April 6:

The 4th Company (2016):  A young inmate in a violent 1970s prison lands a spot in a soccer team that doubles as enforcers for a corrupt administration; with Adrian Ladron.

6 Balloons (2018):  The loyal sister of a heroin addict tries to keep her spirits up while driving him to a detox center and looking after his young daughter; with Abbi Jacobson and Dave Franco.

Amateur (2018):  A young basketball phenom faces corruption and greed in amateur sports after being recruited by an elite prep school; with Michael Rainey Jr. and Josh Charles.

Narco Cultura (2013):  Documentary that examines the cycle of addiction and the unexpected dark side to the war on drugs.

Orbiter 9 (2017):  Woman who spent her entire life on a spaceship becomes enamored with an engineer who enters her life and changes her world; with Clara Lago.

Ram Dass, Going Home (2018):  Researcher, author, and spiritual teacher Dass reflects on life, love, and mortality from his Hawaiian home in this documentary short.

Seth Rogen's Hilarity for Charity (2018):  Stand-up, sketches, and music are blended in this outrageous comedy special to raise money to fight ALS; with Rogen and Michael Che.

Sun Dogs (2017):  A simple minded man eager to serve his country after 9/11 conducts amateur terrorist surveilance with a young runaway; with Michael Angarano.

Todo lo que seria Lucas Lauriente (2018):  The Argentinian comic shares his observations on different generations and urges young people to quit talking about goals in this special.

April 7:

24 Hours to Live (2017):  A hitman is given 24 more hours to live thanks to an experimental procedure and he decides to seek vengeance and redemption; with Ethan Hawke.

April 8:

American Heist (2014):  An ex-con's attempts to go straight go by the wayside when his older brother convinces him to the underworld for one final heist; with Hayden Christensen and Adrien Brody.

April 9:

The Tiger Hunter (2016):  Engineer Sami finds his trip from India to Chicago less than conducive for him achieving the American Dream; with Danny Pudi and Jon Heder.

April 10:

Greg Davies: You Magnificent Beast (2018):  Stand up special from the British comic focuses on bad dates, manscaping issues, and his father's pranks.

April 12:

Pahell (2005):  Traditional Indian folklore comes alive in this charming film; with Shah Rukh Khan and Amitabh Bachchan.

Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani (2000):  Two competitive journalists working for rival TV stations try hard to mask their true feelings for each other; with Shah Rukh Khan.

Pickpockets (2016):  Aspiring teen thieves learn the secrets of the trade from a master of trickery and deception on the streets of Bogota; with Carlos Bardem.

April 13:

Come Sunday (2018):  A renowned fundamentalist preacher has a crisis of faith which leads to a new, dangerous spiritual path; with Chiwetel Ejiofor and Martin Sheen.

I Am Not an Easy Man (2017):  A shameless chauvinist locks horns with a powerful female author in a world where women dominate; with Vincent Elbaz.

April 14:

Nowhere Boy (2009):  A custody battle begins between the aunt who raised John and the mother who reappears in his life.  Meanwhile, John starts to reveal his musical gifts; with Aaron Taylor-Johnson.

April 15:

Beyond Skyline (2017):  Suspended LA cop assists survivors of an alien invasion to rescue hostages and stop the onslaught; with Frank Grillo.

Eddie Murphy: Delirious (1983):  Uncensored observations and parodies highlight the first stand up special from SNL graduate Murphy.

Lakeview Terrace (2008):  Off-kilter cop tries to make life hell for his new neighbors, an interracial couple; with Kerry Washington and Samuel L. Jackson.

Numero Zero: The Roots of Italian Rap (2015):  The influence of 1990s hip hop music on the culture of Italy is the focus of this documentary.

Seven Pounds (2008):  An IRS agent hiding a secret befriends seven strangers with something in common; with Will Smith and Rosario Dawson.

April 16:

Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant (2009):  Darren Shan takes a life changing trip to the circus to view sideshow oddities; with John C. Reilly and Josh Hutcherson.

Porto (2016):  Coastal Portuguese city is the home for a life changing erotic encounter between an American expat and a French student; with Anton Yelchin (RIP).

April 17:

The Honeymoon Stand Up Special Collection (2018):  A trio of stand up specials from Natasha Leggero and Moshe Kasher who deal with family, relationships, and more.

April 18:

Friend Request (2017):  De-friending someone leads to death and destruction as a popular college student learns the hard way; with Alycia Debnam-Carey.

Henry Poole is Here (2008):  A terminally ill man is driven from his exile thanks to a small miracle and a clash with his eccentric neighbors; with Luke Wilson and Radha Mitchell.

Pele (2016):  A Brazilian boy overcomes poverty to show flashes of unmatched soccer skills; with Leonardo Lima Carvalho.

April 19:

All the Reasons to Forget (2017):  A Brazilian man tries multiple ways to get over a breakup with his ex-girlfriend, but his memory of her is slow to fade; with Johnny Massaro.

Chasing the Dragon (2017):  A mainland Chinese immigrant along with a crooked cop rises to the top of Hong Kong's drug underworld; with Donnie Yen.

April 20:

Dude (2018):  During the last two weeks of high school, four best friends bond over losses, life changes, and weed.  Happy 4/20; with Lucy Hale.

Kodachrome (2018):  Record company executive joins estranged dad on a road trip to the final lab processing Kodachrome film; with Jason Sudekis and Ed Harris.

Mercury 13 (2018):  Documentary focuses on 13 women who survived rigorous testing as skilled pilots only to be passed over in 1961 in favor of males when it came to flying in space.


TV:

April 1:

Bare Knuckle Fight Club Season 1 (2017):  The bloody and ruthless underworld of British bare knuckle boxing is revealed in this docuseries.

Birth of a Movement (2017):  A newspaper editor named William Trotter decides to mobilize against the racist epic Birth of a Nation, starting the Civil Rights Movement in the process; with Danny Glover.

Dare to Be Wild (2015):  Irish landscape designer Mary Reynolds fights to bring her unique style to the esteemed Chelsea Flower Show in this documentary.

The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. Season 1 (2016):  A high school sophomore plans on keeping his psychic powers hidden, but his classmates test him; with voice of Hiroshi Kamiya.

Fallet Season 1 (2017):  A Swedish detective and a British colleague struggle to solve a gruesome murder; with Lisa Henni and Adam Godley.

Farewell Ferris Wheel (2016):  Visually rich look at the US carnival industry in this documentary.

(The) Gene Doctors (2017):  Recent breakthroughs in gene therapy and efforts to tackle heridetary diseases make up the focus of the documentary.

Great British Menu Season 7 (2012):  British top chefs battle to have their culinary masterpieces served in a banquet for the 2012 Summer Olympic Games; with Wendy Lloyd.

Great Interior Design Challenge Season 3 (2016):  Amateur interior designers must fix the homes of ordinary people blending style with a tight budget in this British reality series.

Influx (2016):  Documentary focuses on the challenges of Italians immigrating to London as well as the unease felt by leaving their home country.

The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale (2018):  New episode with funny commentary based on TV shows around the world and zany sketches; with Gabriel Iglesias and Russell Wilson.

Loaded Season 1 (2017):  Group of four friends find their relationships tested when their video game start up company is sold for millions; with Jim Howick.

The Paper Season 1 (2016):  A construction magnate takes over a struggling paper and attempts to turn its editorial section into a tool for power and personal gain; with Branka Katic.

Pokemon The Series: Sun and Moon Season 1 (2016):  Ash and his Pikachu travel to Alola to enroll in Pokemon school where they confront the nefarious Team Skull; with voice of Sarah Natochenny.

The Search for Life in Space (2016):  Astrobiologists look for signs of life in Mars, Jupiter, and extreme environments in the Earth in this short documentary.

April 2:

Chronicles of a Champion Golfer Series 1 (2016):  Open Championship winners explain what it takes to be the best in the world; with Tiger Woods and Jack Nicholas.

The Mavericks Season 1 (2016):  This series focuses on athletes who flouted the rules in their sport.

La Piloto Season 1 (2017):  Woman who dreams of being a pilot gets caught up in drug smuggling while working as a flight attendant; with Livia Brito.

Premiere League Legends Series 2 (2015):  Stars of the elite British soccer league go up close and personal in this sports interview series.


April 4:

Rostered On Season 1 (2016):  The infuriating, traumatic, and hilarious world of retail work is explored in this mockumentary series; with Paul Moore and Doug Lyons.

April 5:

Violet Evergarden Season 1 (2018):  Post war, a scarred and emotionless woman gets a job writing letters to understand herself and her past.

April 6:

Boss Baby: Back in Business Season 1 (2018):  Boss Baby decides to show older brother Tim the ropes on the art of business in this spinoff series; with voice of JP Karliak.

Cold Feet Season 1 (1998):  A group of British friends deal with various relationship and work related issues in this dramedy; with James Nesbitt and John Thomson.

Fastest Car Season 1 (2018):  It's exotic supercars versus souped up sleeper cars built and modified by gearheads in this unscripted docuseries.

Money Heist Season 2 (2017):  The lack of communication given by a heist's mysterious leader leads to a mutiny and arrest as things wind up to a conclusion; with Itziar Ituno.

My Next Guest Needs No Introduction: Jay-Z (2018):  Dave Letterman interviews the legendary rapper about his past and racial injustice and also finds time to visit iconic producer Rick Rubin.

Troy Season 1 (2018):  In this modern adaption of the Greek mythology tale, a herdsman learns his true identity and falls for a Spartan woman; with Louis Hunter.

Wakfu Season 3 (2017):  Yugo and friends seek out to rescue Percedal's children from a secretive cult; with voice of Fanny Block.

April 7:

Ollie and Moon Season 1 (2018):  Two quirky cats and a snail travel around the world and learn about cultures while solving problems; with Mattea Conforti.

April 8:

The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale (2018):  This week's episode reveals the dark side to technology, a bad ending to a family classic, and an invention; with Bill Nye.

April 9:

AMO Season 1 (2017):  While his cop uncle profits from corruption, a high schooler expands his drug running while staying one step ahead of the Filipino government's war on drugs; with Derek Ramsey.

April 10:

New Girl Season 6 (2017):  While her friends are taking big steps with their relationships, Jess works on her feelings for Nick; with Zooey Deschanel and Max Greenfield.

April 13:

Chef's Table Season 4: Pastry (2018):  The sweet taste of success as four pastry chefs discuss the difficult road to making it and share some of their tantalizing treats.

Club Friday to be Continued: My Beautiful Tomboy Season 1 (2016):  The relationships of a young woman are shaken by one person's change in sexual identity; with Puttichai Kasetsin.

Fix It and Finish It Season 1 (2014):  A team of skilled contractors and designers work to renovate and transform properties in just one day; with Antonio Sabato Jr.

Lost in Space Season 1 (2018):  In this thrilling reboot of the campy sci-fi classic, the Robinson family fights to survive and escape an alien planet they crash-landed on; with Molly Parker.

The Magic School Bus Rides Again Season 2 (2018):  Ms. Frizzle and her charges ride on top of a noodle mountain and travel to the sun's center; with voice of Kate McKinnon.

O-Negative: Love Can't Be Designed Season 1 (2016):  Five students with the same blood type deal with love, friendship, and college life; with Jirayu La-ongmanee.

April 14:

How to Get Away with Murder Season 4 (2017):  Annalise deals with a recent tragedy by taking on a new case, but past revelations upend everyone's lives; with Viola Davis.

April 15:

The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale (2018):  New episode has McHale riffing on British shows while also engaging in wacky sketches; guests TBD.

The Minimighty Kids Seasons 1-2 (2008/2012):  Five kids learn that their mini-problems can become quirky superpowers and become a super heroic team.

Psiconautas Seasons 1-2 (2015-6):  Spanish con man pretneds to be a therapist for a group of gullible misfits; with Guillermo Toledo.

April 16:

La Rosa de Guadalupe Season 1 (2008):  This Spanish language drama contains positive characters overcoming tough situations with the help of love, miracles, and dreams; with Milia Nader.

April 17:

The Chalet Season 1 (2018):  Friends vacationing in a remote chalet in the French Alps come across a dark secret from the past; with Chloe Lambert.

Legends of Tomorrow Season 3 (2017):  The Legends take on a new challenge from Rip Hunter and the Time Bureau with designs on the Waverider; with Victor Garber and Brandon Routh.

Lockup: Chain Linked Collection 1 (2017):  Docuseries goes behind the scenes of various prisons to tell the stories of various incarcerated inmates.

Murderous Affairs Season 3 (2017):  The crime show dives into more love affairs leading to someone's demise, focusing on a love triangle in California and a May-December romance.

April 18:

Hard Time Seasons 2-3 (2010/2012):  Gritty documentary series focuses on a year in the life of a maximum security prison and its wardens and inmates.

April 19:

Ainori Love Wagon: Asian Journey Season 1 (2017):  Seven male and female strangers board a pink bus in search of true love and travel through Asia in hopes of coupling up; with Becky.

Charite Season 1 (2018):  Ida finds romance and career fulfillment at a Berlin hospital in 1888; with Alicia von Rittberg.

April 20:

Aggretsuko Season 1 (2018):  A red panda deals with a thankless office job by going to karaoke after work to belt out death metal; with voice of Kaolip.

Club Friday To Be Continued: Friend and Enemy Season 1 (2016):  A love triangle spirals out of control, affecting both a friendship and a couple's relationship; with Wanida Termthanaporn.

Club Friday To Be Continued: The Promise Season 1 (2016):  Two young lovers find their friendship tested by being separated; with Jirayu La-ongmanee.

Dope Season 2 (2018):  Season 2 explores new battlegrounds in the never ending war against drugs in the United States and the Caribbean from various perspectives.

Hormones Seasons 1-2 (2013-4):  Thai high school students deal with various issues in and out of school in this drama set in Bangkok; with Pachara Chirathivat.

A Love So Beautiful Season 1 (2017):  A budding artist and her handsome, but indifferent classmate and neighbor find their tentative relationship tested by school, family, and growing up; with Hu Yitian.

Spy Kids: Mission Critical Season 1 (2018):  In this animated spin-off of the film franchise, Juni and Carmen must battle an evil organization on their own; with voice of Ashley Bornancin.

April 21:

The Letdown Season 1 (2017):  The mother of a two month old joins a new parents support group where befriends new people facing quirky challenges and changes; with Alison Bell.



Coming Attractions:

April 22:
The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale (2018) (See April 1 description)
Luis Miguel Season 1 (2018) (The dark side of fame and fortune with a Mexican pop star; with Diego Boneta) (NEW; 4/16)

April 24:
Call the Midwife: Christmas Special 2017 (2017) (During a harsh winter, the midwives deal with abuse and an unexpected diagnosis)
Kevin James: Never Don't Give Up (2018) (In his first comedy special in forever, James dishes on fatherhood, fans, and ice cream)

April 25:
Bill Nye: Science Guy (2017) (The former kids host fights to restore science to its proper place in the world order)
Black Lightning Season 1 (2018) (High school principal decides to return to masked vigilantism when his daughter gets caught up in a powerful gang; with Cress Williams) (NEW; 4/12) (Thanks to Wellesley72!)
Psychokinesis (2018) (Father with recently acquired supernatural powers fights to help out his estranged daughter facing a crisis)

April 26:
Enissa Amani: Ehrenwort (2018) (Stand-up special from the provocative German female comic)

April 27:
3% Season 2 (2018) (Michelle finds herself in a precarious spot as the Order tries to wipe out the Process from existence)
Bobby Kennedy for President (2018) (The legacy of the New York Senator, presidential candidate, and John F. Kennedy's brother)
Candy Jar (2018) (An introverted high school girl from a working class family falls for her wealthy debate team nemesis)
Holy Goalie (2017) (To save their orphanage from destruction, monks learn soccer in the hopes of winning a tournament in the Vatican City)
The Man Who Knew Infinity (2015) (Poor Indian boy grows up to be a Cambridge student who bonds with his professor; with Dav Patel and Jeremy Irons)
The New Legends of Monkey: Season 1 (2018) (Valiant girl rescues a trapped Monkey King and sets out to recover sacred scrolls to save the world from evil)
The Rachel Divide (2018) (Documentary on the rise and fall of NAACP leader Rachel Dolezal)
The Week Of (2018) (Final week before a marriage unites the families of two friends; with Adam Sandler and Chris Rock)

April 28:
Jane the Virgin Season 4 (2017) (Jane deals with romantic feelings for her boss while reuniting with a previous flame)

April 29:
The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale (2018) (See April 1 description)
Superstition Season 1 (2018) (A mortician family with supernatural powers provides afterlife care for clients who suffered during death)

Streaming this April?:
Legends of Tomorrow Season 3 (2017) (More superheroic fun) (Perhaps it streams 4/21?) (MOVED; 4/20)

Coming in May:

May 1:
Jewel's Catch One (2018)
John Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous (2018)

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Coming Netflix Instant Streaming March 2018

A tentative list of film and TV titles that are making their way to Netflix's Instant Streaming option during the month of March 2018.  Will update as we learn more and when the official list comes out later this month.

NOTE:  The list is up!  Descriptions are now complete!

March 2018:

FILM:

March 1:

300 (2007):  Though extremely outnumbered, a Spartan general leads his forces against the Persian army at Thermopylae; with Gerard Butler.

2307: Winter's Dream (2016):  In an Arizona of the future that's become frozen tundra, a soldier looks for a bioengineered rebel leader; with Paul Sidhu.

Adel Karam: Live from Beirut (2018):  Lebanese actor and comic riffs on kissing norms, colonoscopies and porn stars in this stand up special.

Adventureland (2009):  Recent college grad who can't go to Europe like planned takes a summer job at an amusement park; with Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart.

Again Kasargod Khader Bai (2010):  A mimicry troupe witnesses a performance at a prison turning into a murder mystery; with Ashokan.

Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry (2012):  Chinese artist and activist uses social media and art to protest against the Chinese government in this documentary.

Aitraaz (2004):  Happily married business executive has to deal with an incident from a long time ago; with Akshay Kumar.

Alpha and Omega (2010):  Two mismatched wolves start on a journey back home when they end up in a strange land; with voices of Justin Long and Hayden Panettiere.

Annayum Rasoolum (2013):  For a Muslim cab driver and a Christian saleswoman, love is on the horizon but religious differences threaten the match; with Andrea Jeremiah.

Bachelor Girls (2016):  Indian documentary showcases the stigma facing independent women who seek housing in modern Mumbai.

Balu Mahi (2017):  A man determined to stop his ex from marrying crashes the wrong wedding and befriends a bride seeking to run away; with Osman Khalid Butt.

Battle Drone (aka Battle of the Drones) (2018):  Mercenaries working with the CIA take a secret mission to Chernobyl where human controlled drones prepare a deadly ambush; with Louis Mandylor.

Beerfest (2006):  Two brothers in Germany go to scatter their grandfather's ashes and get involved with a family feud and drinking games; with Jay Chandrasekhar.

Bewafaa (2005):  When her sister dies while giving birth, a woman is pressured into marrying her brother-in-law but she secretly loves another man; with Anil Kapoor.

Boom (2003):  Three supermodels end up on the run from dangerous gangsters after a fashion show mishap; with Amitabh Bachchan.

The Brothers Grimm (2005):  Two brothers claim to be exterminators of magical creatures, but are actually just con artists.  But this time, it's different; with Matt Damon and Heath Ledger.

The Bucket List (2007):  Two terminally ill men of different backgrounds escape the cancer ward and plan to live life to the fullest; with Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman.

Casino (1995):  Two best friends find their fortunes rising and falling in Las Vegas during the 1970s and 1980s; with Robert De Niro, Sharon Stone and Joe Pesci.

Company (2002):  A misunderstanding pits a gangster against his boss in a bitter war; with Ajay Devgn.

Cruel Intentions (1999):  A high stakes wager has a promiscuous young man trying to bed a virginal school headmaster's daughter; with Sarah Michelle Gellar and Ryan Phillippe.

Cruel Intentions 2 (aka Manchester Prep) (2001):  Prequel has Sebastian trying to settle down and tame his sleazy ways, but not if his stepsister has her way; with Amy Adams and Robin Dunne.

Cruel Intentions 3 (2004):  Three college coeds like toying with their classmates's emotions, but boredom leads to an intense love triangle; with Kerr Smith.

Deathgrip (2017):  Extreme mountain biking at cool locales is the focus of this sports documentary.

The Descent (2005):  A women's trip exploring caves goes wrong when they get trapped underneath the Earth and must deal with grim circumstances; with Shauna Macdonald.

The Descent: Part 2 (2009):  Blood drenched survivor escapes a traumatic ordeal in an underground cave, but finds she has to go back when nobody believes her; with Shauna Macdonald.

Dil Se (1998):  The intense attraction that a radio broadcaster has for a mysterious woman leads to a flood of emotions and desires; with Shah Rukh Khan.

Don Verdean (2015):  A self styled biblical archeologist advances his questionable cause by creating phony religious artifacts; with Sam Rockwell and Amy Ryan.

Dum (2003):  Young police officer tries to bring a corrupted colleague to justice; with Vivek Oberoi.

The Experiment (2010):  A group of men agree to portray guards and inmates in a mock prison as part of a controversial study.  You know, we have The Stanford Prison Experiment streaming now; with Adrien Brody and Forest Whitaker.

The Fifth Estate (2013):  The early days of the founding of the controversial WikiLeaks and how its founders feuded over the information provided by an Army intelligence officer; with Benedict Cumberbatch.

Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008):  In order to forget a bad breakup, a guy goes to Hawaii on vacation not knowing his ex is there with her new beau; with Jason Segel and Kristen Bell.

Ghostbusters (1984):  Parapsychologists recover from being fired by a college by starting a business exterminating ghouls and hobgoblins; with Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd.

Ghostbusters 2 (1989):  The ghostbusting team gets back together to save New York City from a river of slime on New Year's Eve; with Bill Murray and Harold Ramis.

The Gift (2015):  A successful married man relocates to California and runs into an old classmate with whom he shared a dark past; with Jason Bateman and Joel Edgerton.

Grand Masti (2013):  Three randy friends leave their wives behind and aim to misbehave at their college reunion; with Riteish Deshmukh.

Gridiron Gang (2006):  Probation officer at a juvenile detention camp works on bonding teen inmates into a winning football team; with Dwayne Johnson and Xzibit.

Guess Who (2005):  Mild remake of Guess Who's Coming to Dinner has an African American father apprehensive about his daughter's white fiancee; with Bernie Mac and Ashton Kutcher.

Guru (2007):  An ambitious man ignores his father's advice and sets out to find success in Turkey; with Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan.

Hamara Dil Aapke Paas Hai (2000):  Love blooms between a kind-hearted man and a woman shunned by society; with Anil Kapoor and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan.

Hans Zimmer: Live in Prague (2017):  Set the score right in this concert film that focuses on iconic movie scores performed by the Oscar winning composer.

Haram (2015):  Two call center workers fall in love and marry after one helps the other through a bad breakup but the romance starts to falter after the honeymoon; with Radhika Apte.

Haseena Maan Jaayegi (1999):  A millionaire's punishment to his spoiled sons for trying to scam people in get rich quick schemes leads to comic complications; with Sanjay Dutt.

Hide and Seek (2010):  Six former friends who dealt with a traumitizing accident at a Christmas party have to deal with a murderous Santa while trapped at a shopping mall; with Purab Kohli.

Hostage (2005):  Former hostage negotiator finds his tranquil existence shattered by wayward thieves who kidnap a family with mob ties; with Bruce Willis and Kevin Pollak.

I Am Number Four (2011):  Aliens who fled to Earth to escape their planet must deal with pursuers targeting them in specific order; with Alex Pettyfer and Timothy Olyphant.

I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry (2007):  Widower asks friend to pose as his gay lover in order to get domestic partner benefits for his kids.  Complications ensue when he agrees; with Kevin James and Adam Sandler.

Inconceivable (2017):  A couple trying to conceive may regret inviting a mysterious woman to move in with them; with Gina Gershon and Faye Dunaway.

Insan (2005):  A dark tragic secret links a grieving policeman and a rickshaw driver together; with Akshay Kumar and Ajay Devgn.

Iqbal (2006):  Despite being born with hearing and speech impediment, a boy with extraordinary athleticism chases his dream of leading India cricket to glory; with Shreyas Talpede.

Ishqedarriyan (2015):  Young millionaire is willing to give up his love for a sweet schoolteacher who he wants to see happy more than anything else in the world; with Suhasini Mulay.

Issaq (2013):  Two young lovers in Banaras are caught up in a feud involving their families and a disruptive political climate; with Prateik.

Jackass Number Two (2006):  The stunts and comic hijinks get raised to new disgusting, hilarious levels in this, um, documentary; with Johnny Knoxville and Bam Margera.

Judwaa 2 (2017):  Two identical twins couldn't be more different, but when fate places them both in London, they keep getting confused for each other; with Varun Dhawan.

Kaakan (2015):  Star crossed lovers from different social classes struggle to overcome family concerns, social differences, and a long separation; with Jitendra Joshi.

Kalki (2017):  Scientist trying to solve one of the world's greatest puzzles falls for a younger colleague with a dark secret; with Kishore Kumar G.

Kanika (2017):  Doctor and his colleagues who use sex determination testing for unethical purposes deal with a supernatural vengeful foe; with Sharad Ponkshe.

Khalnayak (1993):  Prison guard goes undercover as a dancer to recapture an escaped criminal and recover her cop boyfriend's reputation; with Sanjay Dutt.

Khushi (2003):  Two young college students who are playing matchmaker for a couple of friends start to develop feelings for each other; with Fardeen Khan.

Kyun! Ho Gaya Na (2004):  Sweet young girl is brought up in a coffee plantation in the small village of Coorg where love perks up; with Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Vivek Oberoi.

LA 92 (2017):  The twenty-fifth anniversary of the Rodney King trial and verdict heard around the world is retold using previously unseen footage in this searing documentary.

Laal Rang (2016):  Rajesh joins his friend's blood-theft operation looking for easy cash, but police pressure and greed threaten to unravel that friendship; with Randeep Hooda.

The Lazarus Project (2008):  Death by lethal injection gives convict Ben a new lease on life; with Paul Walker and Piper Perabo.

Love Beat Rhymes (2016):  A struggling rapper finds inspiration in a college poetry course and slam poetry sessions; with Azealia Banks and Jill Scott.

Mahi Way (2010):  Mahi quells her concerns about remaining single while embracing her lively and creative nature; with Siddhant Karnick.

Martian Child (2007):  Recently widowed sci-fi writer adopts a boy who thinks he's from Mars in order to quell his loneliness; with John Cusack.

Miles (2016):  A gay teen looking for a scholarship joins his high school's volleyball team and dreams of escaping to Chicago; with Tim Boardman and Molly Shannon.

Moon (2009):  An astronaut nearing the end of a lonely three year stint on a moon base starts to hear and see strange things; with Sam Rockwell.

The Negotiator (1998):  Police try to arrest an expert hostage negotiator who claims that he's innocent of murder and victim of a conspiracy; with Samuel L. Jackson and Kevin Spacey.

Night Fare (2015):  Two friends out for a night of fun in Paris tick off the wrong taxi driver who is out for more than cab fare; with Jonathan Howard.

No Entry (2005):  When a prank goes wrong, three friends find their relationships tested in unexpected ways; with Anil Kapoor and Salman Khan.

Pardes (1997):  Arjun plays matchmaker between a philandering brother and a conservative girl, but finds himself falling for her; with Shah Rukh Khan.

People Like Us (2012):  Fast talking salesman learns of a sister he never knew about while helping to arrange his father's funeral; with Chris Pine and Elizabeth Banks.

The Pirates of Somalia (2017):  Aspiring journalist travels to Somalia to cover dangerous pirates and hijackers and build a career.  Who's the captain now; with Evan Peters and Barkhad Abdi.

Pitaah (2002):  An evil landlord rules a remote village with an iron fist, but his two spoiled sons live in debauchery and without consequence; with Sanjay Dutt and Om Puri.

The Plan (2015):  Three young men plan an escape after suffering under a cruel jailer in a remote prison; with Anant Nag.

Pukar (2000):  Notorious terrorist convinces the spurned lover of an Indian army major to help him obtain a classified military code; with Anil Kapoor.

Rahasya (2015):  The murder of a teen girl found in her bedroom leads to a twisted investigation that reveals multiple secrets and lies; with Kay Kay Menon.

Revolutionary Road (2008):  A marriage struggles under the weight of empty lives and the desire to change their "perfect" lives; with Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.

A River Below (2017):  Documentary shows the murky consequences of two men determined to save pink dolphins in the Amazon river.

Run (2004):  Siddharth falls for a beautiful woman whose intensely jealous brother actively tries to wreck the relationship; with Abhishek Bachchan.

Samarppanam (2017):  The lives of three people are altered in their quest for answers behind the suspicious death of a young girl in a train accident; with Virginia Rodriguez.

Schubert in Love (2016):  The last of his bloodline reluctantly searches for a girlfriend when his father demands offspring; with Olaf Schubert and Mario Adorf.

Shakti: The Power (2002):  Young mother must break free from her husband's feudal family and bring herself and her son to safety; with Karisma Kapoor.

Shanghai (2012):  Three disparate characters uncover government corruption as an influx of foreign money enters into a small Indian town; with Emraan Hashmi.

Shararat (2002):  Arrogant rich kid is unable to buy his way out of trouble and is sentenced to work at a home for senior citizens; with Abhishek Bachchan.

The Shaukeens (2014):  Three sexually frustrated men in their 60s meet a intriguing young woman in a holiday at Mauritius; with Akshay Kumar and Annu Kapoor.

Shaurya: It Takes Courage to Make Right...Right (2008):  Military secrets are revealed in a courtroom case that bears a passing resemblance to A Few Good Men; with Rahul Bose.

Shubh Aarambh (2017):  A marriage counselor on the verge of getting married decides to save the faltering relationship of the man's parents; with Harsh Chhaya.

Shuddhi (2017):  American woman seeking revenge befriends two journalists seeking justice for violent crimes against women in India; with Lauren Spartano.

The Silence (2015):  A woman has to deal with the trauma of abusive experiences that have shaped her life following witnessing a scene of sexual violence; with Raghuvir Yadav.

The Silence (2017):  A twentysomething woman witnesses a horrific attack on a Mumbai train and she reflects on a dark chapter in her youth; with Raghuvir Yadav.

Solo (2017):  Four different lives are connected to earth, water, wind, and fire in this film; with Dulquer Salmaan and Nassar.

Something Huge (aka Algo Muy Gordo) (2017):  Director and comedian want to make cinematic history by shooting the comedy of the future, but run out of money; with Berto Romero.

Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild (2005):  While his family is on vacation, it's up to Stuart and his skunk friend to save Snowbell the cat from a mean creature; with voice of Michael J. Fox.

Super Nani (2014):  Loving, concerned American grandson comes to Mumbai to rescue his grandmother from drudgery and fulfill her true potential; with Rekha and Randhir Kapoor.

Taal (1999):  A businessman falls for an aspiring singer, but when he departs on business, her suave manager moves in; with Anil Kapoor and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan.

Teen Patti (2010):  Math expert and an obscure genius meets in a casino, but a conversation leads one of them to try a new theory in Mumbai gambling dens; with Amitabh Bachchan and Ben Kingsley.

Tope: The Bait (2016):  Visual poem of life in rural India brings together the stories of an eccentric aristocrat, a postman turned soothsayer and a tightrope walking nomad; with Sudipto Chattopadhyay.

Trimurti (1995):  A framed policewoman languishing in prison hopes her sons can deliver justice and restore her good name; with Anil Kapoor and Shah Rukh Khan.

True to the Game (2017):  Drug kingpin attempting to go legit falls for a Philadelphia college student, but it doesn't take long for danger to enter their worlds; with Columbus Short and Erica Peeples.

Tu Hai Mera Sunday (2016):  Five friends search the noisy, crowded city of Mumbai to find a place to play soccer when their usual beach game is closed; with Barun Sobti.

Untraceable (2008):  Cybercops have their hands full with a psycopath who uses views on the Internet to determine how quick to kill someone; with Diane Lane and Billy Burke.

Up in the Air (2009):  A man known for letting people go cross country faces being let go himself by a young colleague's new idea and technology; with George Clooney and Anna Kendrick.

Welcome 2 Karachi (2015):  Two dim Indian men plan to leave for the US by boat when their visa is denied, but they end up in Pakistan instead; with Arshad Warshi.

Wet Hot American Summer (2001):  Memorable last day of summer camp has its counselors scrambling to hook up; with Janeane Garofalo and David Hyde Pierce.

Y.M.I.: Yeh Mera India (2008):  Bias and bigotry threaten the melting pot tale of 12 people from different walks of life whose lives intersect in Mumbai; with Anupam Kher.

Yaadein (2001):  Two young lovers set out to overcome the obstacles in the union's way including her father's objections towards him; with Jackie Shroff.

Yuva (2004):  A bridge accident ties the lives of three young men from varied backgrounds together which leads to a life-changing course of events; with Ajay Devgn and Abhishek Bachchan.

March 2:

Malena Pichot: Estupidez Compleja (2018):  The Argentinian comic covers sex, language, abortion, and letting men buy you dinner with a feminist slant.

Natalia Valdebenito: El Especial (2018):  The Chilean comic explores misogyny, reproductive rights, and respecting women while mixing irreverence and activism.

Ravenous (2017):  A scrappy band of survivors flee their small Quebec town when a zombie plague strikes; with Marc-Andre Grondin.



March 4:

Happy Family (aka Monster Family) (2017):  A festive Halloween plan takes a turn when a witch's curse turns the family into actual monsters; with voices of Jason Isaacs and Emily Watson.

March 5:


F the Prom (2017):  Two best friends who slowly fell into different social circles in high school reunite and decide to ruin the prom experience for all; with Danielle Campbell and Cameron Palatas.


March 6:


Aliens Ate My Homework (2018):  Tiny alien lawmen recruit Rod into stopping an intergalactic criminal that looks like a very familiar person; with William Shatner.

Benji (1974):  Once a kind family adopts the lovable abandoned mutt, he flirts with a show dog and helps to rescue two kidnapped siblings; with Deborah Walley and Benji.

Benji: Off the Leash (2004):  In this charming story, we track the early days of Benji to his current showbiz life; with Nick Whitaker and Chris Kendrick.

For the Love of Benji (1977):  Benji is going to have to overcome some bad guys who want the dog for themselves when he gets separated from his owner in Greece; with Patsy Garrett.

Gad Elmaleh: American Dream (2018):  In the French comic's first special in English, he dishes on American food habits, dating culture, and slang.

G--- (2017):  Two Korean-American brothers fight to save their struggling shoe store and consider their future during the LA Riots; with Simone Baker and Justin Chon.

March 7:

Aftershock (2013):  The party halts for an American tourist and friends in Chile when a major earthquake strikes and survival becomes the name of the game; with Eli Roth.

Bullet Head (2017):  Three fugitives lock themselves into a warehouse after a daring heist, but something worse than the cops is inside; with Adrien Brody and John Malkovich.

Leap! (aka Ballerina) (2017):  Two young friends from 1880s Paris escape from the orphanage to pursue their dreams of ballet in the City of Lights; with voices of Elle Fanning and Dane DeHaan.

March 8:


Expedition China (2017):  Behind the scenes footage as camera crews attempt to capture footage of pandas, monkeys, and red-crowned cranes in China; with Maggie Q.

Ladies First (2018):  Deepika Kumari overcomes poverty and limited women's rights in her Indian village to become a top archery prospect in this documentary short.

March 9:


Meditation Park (2017):  For an elderly matriarch immigrant from Hong Kong, it takes suspected infidelity from her husband to cause her to finally open up and live; with Cheng Pei-Pei.

The Outsider (2017):  An American soldier imprisoned in post-war Japan adopts the dark way of life of the Yakuza in exchange for his freedom; with Jared Leto.

March 10:


Nails (2017):  A woman paralyzed in a car accident begins to suspect a dark, sinister force may be lurking in her hospital room; with Leah McNamara.

Septiembre, un llanto en silenco (2017):  A Guatemalan father is left to raise a deaf baby by himself following a terrorist attack that cost him his wife and harmed his son; with Saul Lisazo.

March 11:


Amanda and Jack Go Glamping (2017):  Amanda's and Jack's efforts to save their marriage by going glamorous camping hits a few snags; with David Arquette and Amy Acker.

Bad Match (2017):  A womanizer who uses the internet to feed his addiction meets his match in a woman who refuses to stay rejected; with Jack Cutmore-Scott.

B--- (2017): An overworked suburban mother cracks under the demands of her children and her thankless husband and turns into a ferocious dog; with Jaime King and Jason Ritter.

March 12:


Kygo: Live at the Hollywood Bowl (2017):  The Norwegian electronic music performer goes on stage for a concert featuring him and some special guests and backstage in a revealing look.

Troy: The Odyssey (2017):  This modest take on the Homer epic tale focuses on highlights of Odysseus making his long journey home; with Dylan Vox and Lara Heller.

March 13:


Ricky Gervais: Humanity (2018):  In his first comedy special in seven years, Gervais riffs on celebrity, mortality, and a society that takes everything personal.


March 14:


Steel Rain (2018):  A coup forces a North Korean agent to travel south with his injured leader to keep him alive, get help and prevent a civil war; with Woo-sung Jong.

Tulip Fever (2017):  Love blooms between the wife of a wealthy merchant and a painter, but their future depends on the outcome of a risky wager involving tulips; with Alicia Vikander.

March 15:


The Art of Loving (2017):  A Polish gynecologist and sexologist defies Communist rule and taboo to release her groundbreaking book on love and sex; with Magdalena Boczarska.

Bilu Rakkhosh (2017):  A man struggles to keep it together with a corporate career, musical passion, and turbulent family life all pulling at him; with Joy Sengupta.

Boone: The Bounty Hunter (2017):  Facing cancellation, reality TV show bounty hunter Boone and his crew attempt to capture a dangerous drug cartel; with John (Johnny Impact) Hennigan.

Chal Dhar Pakad (2010):  A wife recruits a group of women to challenge her two timing, fat-shaming husband in a kabaddi match

Ek Cup Chya (2009):  A corrupt system stymies the efforts of a poor bus conduction curious to know why his electric bill is so high; with Kishore Kadam.

Haapus (2010):  An astrologer's son faces resistance from his superstitious father on launching a mango business; with Makarand Anaspure.

I Love You (aka Jag Alskar Dig: En Skilsmassokomedi) (2016):  Marianne wants to separate from her loveless marriage, but her husband decides to change things himself; with Bjorn Kjellman.

In This Corner of the World (2016):  Suzu quickly settles into her married life living out of Hiroshima, but World War 2 challenges her ability to survive; with voice of Non.

Irada Pakka (2010):  A couple bored in a happy marriage decide to spice things up by fighting more, but that leads to some unexpected consequences; with Smith Jaykar.

Jackass 3.5: The Unrated Movie (2011):  Hilarious documentary has the crew from Jackass test the limits with skits and stunts cut out of the third film; with Johnny Knoxville.

Jomonte Soviseshangal (2017):  A crippling financial disaster causes a businessman to need help from his carefree, irresponsible son; with Dulquer Salmaan.

Kaththi (2015):  Reformed crook assumes the identity of a Marxist activist fighting to protect villagers' land from a multinational corporate villain; with Joseph Vijay.

Kills on Wheels (2016):  Two young disabled men befriend a hitman in a wheelchair and decide to help him only to become targeted by a Serbian mobster; with Szabolcs Thuroczy.

Lalbaug Parel: Zal Mumbai Sonyachi (2010):  Industrial workers fight their bosses' greed and governmental apathy to make better working conditions; with Sachin Khedekar.

Maheshinte Parthikaram (2016):  Photographer in a remote Indian town finds his peaceful existence shattered after being beaten up by a group of strangers; with Fahadh Faasil.

Mango Dreams (2016):  A Hindu doctor who fears dementia will steal his memories hires a Muslim rickshaw driver to take him to his childhood home; with Ram Gopal Bajaj.

Martyrs of Marriage (2016):  Documentary explores the flaws in India's anti-dowry act and has victims of both genders speak up how they were victimized by the law.

Masters (2012):  Plucky policeman seeks help of journalist to uncover a series of unrelated murders only to learn an unsettling truth; with Prithviraj Sukumaran.

Mili (2015):  Introverted young woman plagued by insecurities starts to come out of her shell; with Amala Paul.

Pizza, birra, faso (1998):  Scrappy Argentinian thieves decide to leave their boss and plan heists on their own; with Hector Anglada.

Ranbhool (2010):  A troubled young man turns to violence as his passion for music becomes a psychotic obsession; with Subodh Bhave.

Satrangi Re (2012):  Friends in their last college year juggle various questions while considering the future of their band; with Amruta Khanvilkar.

Sthaniya Sambaad (2010):  Young Bengali poet from an urban colony travels the city in search of the woman he loves and a channel for his sorrows; with Suman Mukhopadhyay.


March 16:

Benji (2018):  Determined dog comes to the rescue by healing the lives of a broken family and rescuing the family's young children; with Gabriel Bateman.

Take Your Pills (2018):  Documentary showcases why various people take Adderal to get more stuff done and what the costs of the drug entail in the takers' lives.

Yoo Byung-Jae: Too Much Information (2018):   Saturday Night Live Korea writer/comedian Byung-Jae reveals childhood memories and his philosophy on sex in this special.


March 19:


In Search of Fellini (2017):  Naive, sheltered young woman takes to the films of Federico Fellini and decides to travel to Italy to meet him; with Ksenia Solo and Mary Lynn Rajskub.

March 20:


The Standups Season 2 (2018):  More up and coming comics take to the stage for specials; with Brent Morin and Gina Yashere.

March 21:


100 Years: One Woman's Fight for Justice (2016):  The efforts of Elouise Cobell to fight the US Government for misuse of Native American land and its minerals.

Conor McGregor: Notorious (2017):  This documentary gives us access to the high and low points of the ascension of the controversial, brash mixed martial artist champion.

March 23:


Game Over, Man! (2018):  Three friends with dreams of video game riches transform from slackers to warriors when terrorists take over their posh hotel; with Adam DeVine and Anders Holm.

Layla M. (2016):  A Muslim teen in Amsterdam who's tired of dealing with bigotry searches to belong in the world of fundamentalist Islam; with Nora El Koussour.

Pablo Escobar: Angel or Demon? (2007):  The steps of druglord Pablo Escobar is traced with eyewitness accounts on his reign in Colombia.

Paradox (2018):  Daryl Hannah directed this dreamlike film featuring Neil Young and his band of outlaws as they wreak strange mischief.

Roxanne Roxanne (2018):  The true story of teen battle rap champion Roxanne Shante who made a name of herself in the 1980s; with Chante Adams and Mahershala Ali.

Secret Superstar (2017):  Talented teen singer/songwriter becomes a YouTube sensation when a video that shows her talents while hiding her identity goes viral; with Zaira Wasim.

March 24:


Red Trees (2017):  Documentarian chronicles the escape of her Jewish family from Nazi-occupied Prague to Brazil, where her father became an architect; with Tim Piggott-Smith.

March 26:


Birdshot (2016):  When a sheltered girl accidentally shoots an endangered Philippine eagle, it leads to a police investigation that reveals violence and corruption; with Mary Joy Apostol.

March 27:


Dead Man's Burden (2012):  Plans of a homesteader in the 1870s to sell the farm and move is ruined by the return of her presumed dead brother; with Barlow Jacobs.

I Remember You (aka Eg Man Pig) (2017):  Young urbanites renovating a rundown home find themselves connected to a psychiatrist grieving the disappearance of his son; with Johannes Haukur Johannesson.

March 28:

50 First Dates (2004):  Marine veteranirian falls for pretty art teacher with no short-term memory so he woos her each and every day; with Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore.

The Art of War (2000):  A former member of the United Nations elite covert action team is willing to do whatever it takes to clear his name of murder; with Wesley Snipes and Anne Archer.

Blood and Bone (2009):  After being freed from five years in prison, Isaiah Bone joins the underground fighting scene in order to avenge a fallen friend; with Michael Jai White and Julian Sands.

Little Women (1994):  Four sisters and their mother deal with American life in the Civil War after their father leaves to join the battle; with Susan Sarandon and Winona Ryder.

Meeting Evil (2012):  John's generous nature betrays him when his latest person he helps is hiding a brutal secret; with John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson.

Never Back Down 2: The Beatdown (2011):  It's a martial arts extravaganza as four members of the same team join an underground fighting tournament; with Michael Jai White and Dean Geyer.

Unthinkable (2010):  An interrogator and an FBI agents are all that's between missing nuclear weapons and absolute disaster; with Samuel L. Jackson and Carrie-Anne Moss.

March 30:

First Match (2018):  A high school girl raised in foster homes attempts to reconnect with her ex-con dad through wrestling.  A variation of Legendary; with Elvire Emanuelle.

Happy Anniversary (2018):  A three year anniversary for a quirky couple turns to reflection and debate whether to stick with it or walk away; with Noel Wells and Ben Schwartz.

Legend of the Naga Pearls (2017):  Petty thief and two bickering accomplices attempt to protect a powerful relic and save mankind from a vengeful tribe of humanoids; with Darren Wang.

Sofia Nino de Rivera: Seleccion Natural (2018):  The Mexican comic displays her dark humor while riffing on marriage traps, leopards, and funerals.

Taare Zameen Par (2007):  Unconventional art teacher tries to help an imaginative daydreaming student discover his true identity; with Aamir Khan.

The Titan (2017):  On a bleak future Earth, a soldier undergoes a drastic transformation to save humanity, but his wife has her concerns; with Sam Worthington and Taylor Schilling.

March 31:


100 Men (2017):  In this documentary, a filmmaker looks back and reconnects with a majority of his sexual partners as part of a look at society's evolution on gay rights.

Let Me In (2010):  A 12 year old boy with a bully problem befriends a mysterious neighbor girl with a secret; with Kodi Smit-McPhee and Chloe Grace Moretz.

Revolt (2017):  American soldier and French foreign aid worker seek refuge from an alien attack in the Kenyan wilderness; with Lee Pace and Berenice Marlohe.


TV:

March 1:

21 Thunder Season 1 (2017):  Players and coaches deal with their personal lives as they aim to become stars in this reality series.

Beauty and the Beach Season 1 (2015):  Ordinary people desperate to change how they look and feel head to Thailand for cosmetic surgery in this series.

Big Dreams, Small Spaces Season 2 (2016):  Morty Don helps British budding gardeners provide the green space of their dreams in this series.

Can't Pay, We'll Take It Away Season 3 (2015):  British enforcement officers deal with repossessions and evictions while meeting the people down on their luck in this series.

Cold Justice Collection 2 (2018):  Kelly, Yolanda and their team of trained homicide experts focus on more cold cases dealing with murder in this series.

Embarrassing Bodies Season 3 (2010):  More British doctors helping their patients with humiliating problems big and small.

Guy Martin: Last Flight of the Vulcan Bomber (2015):  Martin helps the crew to prepare the last flight worthy Vulcan Bomber for a farewell tour and learns stories about the craft along the way.

I Am Innocent Seasons 1-2 (2015-6):  This New Zealand docuseries focuses on the tales of innocent people who were harmed by the criminal justice system.

Kill Hitler! The Luck of the Devil (2015):  This short documentary focuses on how the multiple plots to kill German leader Adolf Hitler fell apart.  Gone as of March 7.

Kon Kon Kon Season 1 (2014):  This Indian series focuses on ordinary people overcoming extraordinary circumstances and challenges to succeed.

The Last Secrets of 9/11 (2014):  This short documentary covers the efforts of forensic teams to identify remains of 9/11 victims and give their families closure.

Law and Order: Special Victims Unit Season 18 (2016):  Olivia gets reunited with her first partner in a case, Tucker makes an announcement, and Fin tries to save an old friend; with Mariska Hargitay.

Love Your Garden Season 3 (2013):  Alan Titchmarsh helps British homeowners fulfill their gardening dreams in this series.

Mary Portas: Secret Shopper Season 3 (2016):  Mary helps struggling British businesses connect with customers in a positive manner in this series.

Obesity: The Post Mortem (2016);  British pathologists conduct an autopsy on a clinically obese donor to illustrate the harm fat does on a body.

Women at War 1939-1945 (2015):  Mothers, nurses, soldiers and deportees fought against persecution for freedom and survival during World War 2

March 2:

B: The Beginning Season 1 (2018):  A genius investigator rejoins the royal police force about the time that a serial killer named B emerges; with voice of Hiroaki Hirata.

Flint Town Season 1 (2018):  This docuseries covers two years in the life of the police department inside Flint, Michigan as they deal with various issues.

Girls Incarcerated Season 1 (2018):  The lives of female teens who spend life behind bars in an Indiana juvenile correction facility is the focus of this docuseries.

Voltron: Legendary Defender Season 5 (2018):  The Paladins enter into an uneasy alliance that can either lead to lasting peace or certain doom.

March 4:

The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale (2018):  More irreverent fun as McHale interviews guests, shows wacky TV clips, and do zany sketches; with McHale and Billy Eichner.

March 5:


Al's Fish'n With Mates Season 1 (2015):  Expert fisherman Al McGlashan visits some renowned, fearsome, and legendary fishing spots with friends.

The World's Most Extraordinary Homes Season 1 (2017):  Architect Piers Taylor and property enthusiast Caroline Quentin travel the world to see unconventional homes in extreme places.

March 6:


Borderliner Season 1 (2017):  A cop covers up a murder case to protect his family, but he gets trapped when his partner suspects foul play; with Tobias Santelmann.

March 8:


Bad Guys: Vile City Season 1 (2018):  A prosecutor gathers a team of less than sterling men to take down a villain who's controlling their city; with Joong-hoon Park.

Marvel's Jessica Jones Season 2 (2018):  Jessica struggles with her past as searches for the source of her powers and deals with a mysterious, super-strong killer; with Krysten Ritter.

March 9:  


AICO Season 1 (2017):  When Aiko learns that everything in her life is a lie, she joins a team of divers to stop the Burst and save her family; with voice of Haruka Shiraishi.

Collateral Mini-series (2018):  London detective investigating the murder of a pizza delivery man finds herself untangling a complex conspiracy; with Carey Mulligan.

Love Season 3 (2018):  Gus and Mickey try to avoid their worst instincts and take big leaps in their personal and professional lives; with Gillian Jacobs and Paul Rust.

My Next Guest Needs No Introduction: Malala Yousafzai (2018):  David Letterman interviews the Nobel Prize winner from her mission to her hospitalization to what she's doing now in Oxford.

Nailed It Season 1 (2018):  Home bakers with a poor track record square off to recreate edible masterpieces for $10,000 in this baking series.

Trolls: The Beat Goes On Season 2 (2018):  Poppy continues to settle in as Queen as the village meets newcomers and celebrates new holidays.

March 11:


The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale New Episode (2018):  New episode of irreverent fun and zany reactions to various clips; with McHale, Eric Bana and Eric McCormack.

March 13:


Children of the Whales Season 1 (2017):  A young archivist and magic wielder finds his life changing when a girl from the outside appears in his island; with voice of Natsuki Hanae.

Stretch Armstrong: The Breakout (2018):  The Flex Fighters need your help to stop villains rampaging through Charter City and bring order to the chaos; with voice of Scott Menville.

Terrace House: Opening New Doors Part 1 (2017):  A new group of roommates attempt to get along and follow their dreams in the woods outside Nagano, Japan in this reality series; with You.


March 14:


Go Back to Where You Came From Season 2 (2017):  More fun as Aussies with preconceived notions are taken to where refugees come from and learn about their conditions that they left.

March 15:


Alaska State Troopers Season 4 (2012):  The drama increases in the fourth season with a machete attack and a possible fatal snow machine accident.

Alien Deep with Bob Ballard Season 1 (2012):  Ocean explorer Ballard invites viewers to the deep end of the oceans for a view of natural and man-made treasures.

The Garfield Show Seasons 1-2 (2008-9):  Computer animated series features the comedic hijinks of lazy Garfield, his put-upon owner Jon, and his pet dog Odie; with voice of Frank Welker.

The Hollywood Masters Season 2 (2016):  More interviews with Hollywood icons on stage at Loyola Marymount University; with Jane Fonda, Hans Zimmer and Kenneth Branagh.

Little Lunch: The Halloween Horror Story (2016):  One student finds a Halloween play about a boy leaving behind his friends for a scary new place hits too close to home; with Flynn Curry.

Little Lunch: The Nightmare Before Graduation (2016):  The students are happy about graduating from primary school until they learn one of them might not; with Flynn Curry.

Monster Fish Seasons 5-6 (2014-5):  A biologist travels the globe looking for the biggest and most impressive fish on Earth in this series.

Mystery Science Theater 3000 Collection (1988):  Eleven more episodes of the man and robot versus bad B-Movie series.

Occupied Season 2 (2017):  The volatile standoff between Norway and Russia leads to a series of events and consequences for Europe and the world in this series.

Prison Women Compilations: Texas Hold 'Em (2017):  Female guards face unique challenges to keep order and command respect on the worst inmates in a Dallas prison.

Secret of the Nile Season 1 (2016):  A man joins the staff of a hotel to find out what happened to his missing sister, but finds love and intrigue inside the luxury walls; with Amr Youssef.

Tabula Rasa Season 1 (2017):  A young woman with amnesia desperately searches for her reconstructed memories in order to clear her name in a missing persons case; with Veerle Baetens.

March 16:


Deep Undercover Collection 1 (2016):  Joe Pistone (aka Donnie Brisco) hosts this collection of undercover operations based on fact.

Edha Season 1 (2018):  A successful single mother and fashion designer gets pushed to the edge by a handsome, mysterious man and revenge, passion, and dark secrets are revealed; with Juana Viele.

On My Block Season 1 (2018):  Four smart, funny, streetwise teens living in a rough LA neighborhood fight to keep their friendship together as they all start high school; with Sierra Capri.

Origins Collection 1 (2015):  Documentary series explores the stories behind history's most fascinating innovations.

Spirit Riding Free Season 4 (2018):  Lucky finds her life changing in the fourth season featuring new faces and adventures.

Wild Wild Country Season 1 (2018):  Conflict between a controversial cult leader and residents of a small Oregon desert town leads to national scandal in this docuseries.

March 17:


Pocoyo Season 3 (2010):  More kids' fun; with voice of Stephen Fry.

March 18:


Go Back Where You Came From Season 3 (2015):  A former refugee, a whistleblower, and an anti-refugee activist get a lesson on what refugees left behind when they moved to Australia.

The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale New Episode (2018):  Joel leads this new episode of irreverent fun and zany clips; with McHale and Seth Green.

March 20:


Being Mary Jane Season 4B (2017):  In the final half of the final season, Mary Jane has to deal with workplace, relationship, and family issues; with Gabrielle Union.

March 21:


Into the Badlands Season 2 (2017):  While MK is impatient to test his powers, Sunny continues his search for his family; with Daniel Wu and Martin Csokas.

March 22:


Drugs Inc. Season 7 (2016):  The multi-billion dollar industry continues to be covered from all sides in these latest series of episodes that takes us around the world.

March 23:


Alexa and Katie Season 1 (2018):  A cancer survivor faces the horrors of high school along with her best friend; with Paris Berelc.

Day and Night Season 1 (2017):  Detective assists with the investigation of a brutal mass murder case where his brother is a suspect; with Pan Yueming.

Dinotrux Supercharged Season 2 (2018):  The Dinotrux are once again supercharged for adventure, which comes in handy when D-Struct's brother seeks revenge.

The Mechanism Season 1 (2018):  An investigation of alleged government corruption through oil and construction companies leads to a conclusion that might prove surprising; with Selton Mello.

Requiem Season 1 (2018):  London cellist who faced a recent tragedy finds an unusual link to a disappeared young Welsh girl; with Lydia Wilson.

Santa Clarita Diet Season 2 (2018):  Burning questions to Season 1 as well as new questions stack up in this second season; with Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant.

SwordGai The Animation Season 1 (2018):  Young man becomes the home of a legendary infernal sword and decides to use that demonic power against his enemies; with Yuto Uemura.

March 25:


The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale (2018):  More fun with videos from around the world and zany skits; with guests TBD.

March 26:


Better Call Saul Season 3 (2017):  Jimmy desperately tries to keep his law career afloat while Mike is drawn into the orbit of a mysterious stranger; with Bob Odenkirk and Jonathan Banks.

Witch Hunt Season 1 (2013):  Four Korean male celebs discuss women, sex, and relationships with various guests; with Shin Dong-Yup.

March 27:

James Acaster: Repertoire Collection (2018):  Series of four stand up specials allows the offbeat comic to comment on the strange and the mundane.

Rishta.com Season 1 (2010):  Indian series deals with four friends who run a matrimony agency; with Shruti Seth and Kavi Shastri.

March 28:


Men on a Mission: 2018 (2018):  The guys from Men on a Mission High School continue their silly face-offs and goofy antics with new guests.

March 29:


Hyori's Bed and Breakfast Season 2 (2018):  Yoona from k-pop band Girl's Generation helps Lee Hyori get his island home ready for winter guests.

March 30:

Hello My Twenties Season 2 (2017):  The bonds between the five college women continue to grow; with Han Ye-ri.

Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir Season 2 (2016):  The two superheroes have their hands full with a supervillain's havoc and love.

Rapture Season 1 (2018):  Vibrant documentary series has groundbreaking rap artists reveal their life stories; with Logic and Nas.

ReBoot: The Guardian Code Season 1 (2018):  Four tech savvy teens use secret missions to hone their skills as cyber-superheroes; with Ty Wood.

A Series of Unfortunate Events Season 2 (2018):  While the orphan siblings learn more about their parents, misfortune keeps them from truly enjoying home; with Neil Patrick Harris.

Trailer Park Boys Season 12 (2018):  Julian and Ricky try to stay on the straight and narrow while Bubbles operates a home brewery, but a big business deal threatens to ruin it; with John Paul Tremblay.

Trump: An American Dream Season 1 (2018):  The rise of businessman Donald Trump to President of the United States is the focus of this docuseries.

March 31:

Bure Kaam Bura Natija, Kyun Bhai Chacha Haan Bhatija Season 1 (2017):  Clever uncle and nephew team up to solve crimes and mysteries for a colorful town.

Chosen Season 1 (2017):  A mysterious box leads a doctor and father to play a twisted game where he has to play or risk losing everything; with Lan Cheng-Lung.

Chuck and Danny's Road Trip Season 1 (2017):  Chuck Hughes and Danny Smiles, both celebrity chefs, explore the bountiful regions of Canada and cook outdoors in this docuseries.

Dad's Army Seasons 1-10 (1968-77):  Britcom deals with the British Home Guard as they deal with a possible German invasion; with Arthur Lowe.

Dandy Season 1 (2016):  The Mexican attorney general enlists a law professor to join a special ops unit tasked with taking out a Mexico City drug cartel; with Alfonso Herrera.

Days We Stared at the Sun Seasons 1-2 (2010-7):  When greed and corruption affects his life, a model student turns to violence; with Sean Huang.

Death in Paradise Season 6 (2017):  Humphrey and his team continues to solve difficult murders; with Kris Marshall.

Doctor Foster Season 2 (2017):  Dr. Foster's life starts to unravel after her husband reappears after a two year absence; with Suranne Jones.

Th Eena Meena Deeka Chase Comedy Show Season 1 (2015):  Hungry fox and three resourceful birds turn the animal kingdom upside down in this animated series; with voice of Sanjay Keni.

Father Brown Season 6 (2017):  The benevolent priest continues to solve difficult murders; with Mark Williams.

Outlaw Bikers Season 4 (2011):  Investigators and insiders reveal a glimpse inside notorious biker gangs of North America and their criminal enterprises; with Rory O'Shea.

Shut-Ins: Britain's Fattest People (2015):  The efforts of two morbidly obese people to seek help from specialists to stop eating addictions and turn their lives around.

Velvet Coleccion Season 1 (2017):  Velvet spinoff has fashion designer Ana convince three friends to open a store and design school in Barcelona; with Paula Echavarria.

ViR: The Robot Boy Seasons 1-2 (2013):  Humanoid robot boy lives with his inventor and is willing to help others with his superpowers in this series; with voice of Vidit Kumar.

Wake Up Seasons 1-2 (2015-7):  An anesthesiologist taking the blame for a patient's death fights to stay around in a corrupt hospital; with Jag Huang.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Seasons 3-5 (2007-9):  More fun as a young boy and his friends get thrown into a fantasy card game; with voice of Eric Stuart.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V Season 1 (2014):  Yuya continues his quest to become the greatest dueltrainer; with Mike Liscio.

Yukon Gold Season 2 (2014):  The docuseries chronicles a team as they continue to search for gold in the Canadian wilderness known as the Yukon.


STREAMING SOON:

Streaming at a Future Date?:
Land Gold Women (2011) (Professor who emigrated from India is reluctant to let his daughter enter college; with Narinder Samra)
Lost Song Season 1 (2018) (Anime series about two women destined to change the world with the power of song) (MOVED; 3/31)
Power Rangers Ninja Steel: Season 1 (2017) (Four American teens come across Power Stars and transform into...you know) 

Coming in April:

April 1:
A Sort of Family (2017) 
Along Came Polly (2004) 
Bad Boys (1995) 
Battlefield Earth (2000) 
Beethoven's Christmas Adventure (2011) 
Big Time (2017) 
Body of Lies (2008) 
Cabin Fever (2002) 
Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever (2009) 
Cats & Dogs (2001) 
Cold Mountain (2003) 
Dare to Be Wild (2015) 
Deep Blue Sea (1999) 
The Duchess (2008) 
The Family Man (2000) 
Fishpeople (2017) 
The Flintstones (1994) 
The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas (2000) 
Friday Night Lights (2004) 
The Iron Giant (1999) 
Jackass 2.5 (2007) 
The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale (2018) 
Life Is Beautiful (1997) 
Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003) 
The Lost Boys (1987) 
Mortal Kombat (1995) 
Nancy Drew (2007) 
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006) 
The Queen of the Damned (2002) 
Scarface (1983) 
Seven (1995) 
Sin City (2005) 
Speed Racer (2008) 
The Spy Next Door (2010) 
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machine (2003) 
Wakfu: Season 3 (2018) 


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